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Our aims

Kingston Town believes in providing children & families with a supportive and nurturing environment, where families come first. We aim to help on the early journey of family life, so that families will flourish and achieve a confident, happy, secure and healthy future.

Our aim is to provide an environment that is inviting, stimulating and safe… where children can take part in and enjoy learning experiences that are both interesting and challenging. We recognise that all children are individuals and aim to provide a curriculum which meets the needs of each child, ensuring quality, care and education for all children.

Aims

  • Support and develop parents relationship with their child
  • Develop self esteem in parents and children
  • Offer advice and support for family life
  • Offer high quality play and learning experience

Play Sessions  

Your child’s development

We observe and plan using your child’s interest and development as the basis, we enjoy sharing these with parents and have created “learning Journey” books with some of our regular families. All our play sessions have activities that follow the EYFS and the ECM documents, underpinned by the EYFS principles and the ‘Parent Involvement in Learning Programme’

Parents as play partners!

As parents you are the most important adults in your child’s life. We expect parents to be part of their child’s learning journey from birth till 5 and we foster that important role within all our sessions at the centre. We welcome and encourage parent participation and there will always be opportunities for you to contribute your skills and interests. We want to work closely with you to ensure that your child succeeds.

We aim to provide access to a variety of facilities and equipment under safe and supervised conditions and a staff team that is experienced, well trained and properly supported. All our Services meet the conditions of the children’s Act 1989 and all other child care legislation, whenever they apply.

School calendar

  • Meet the Teacher Y5
    20 September 2019, 3.30-4pm
  • Meet the Teacher Y6
    23 September 2019, 3.30-4pm
  • Swimming starts (Y3&4)
    23 September 2019
  • Sports Day
    25 September 2019
  • Half-Term
    28 Oct - 1 Nov 2019
  • Parent/Carer Consultations
    11 November 2019, 3.30-6.30pm
  • Parent/Carer Consultations
    13 November 2019, 4-7pm
  • School breaks up for Christmas at 2.30pm
    20 December 2019

Latest news

Clubs for Autumn 2019
19 September 2019

Club letters have been issued today.