Our topic hot and cold took us on a learning adventure from the desert, to the arctic, to Outer Space. We’ve rescued princesses frozen in ice and space explorers buried in alien goo. We’ve made snowmen, frozen fractals, aliens, telescopes and rockets. We’ve visited the moon, Arendelle, the planet Zum Zee and the laundrette.read more
We are very excited to see in a new year and are looking forward to our second term. We have a larger and more functional outdoor space and have some new resources on order. We are also looking forward to welcoming new members to our Play B C family.read more
Well what a busy half term it’s been. We’ve journeyed all the way from our bedrooms to Africa. Along the way we raised money for the children’s hospital at Tadworth; tasted exotic fruits; went on safari and got to know our preschool community a little better.read more
After what seems like a long long time, Play B C Preschool is now open. We are very pleased to welcome our first children who have been settling in nicely. We have had a number of visits from prospective families and we hope that our little community will soon grow.read more
We had a swashbuckling adventure this week at our first open morning. Local pirate Captain Cutlass entertained the children with a puppet show, balloon twisting and general mayhem. Twizzy painted faces.read more
A quality preschool where there are well-qualified and experienced practitioners who give high priority to: interacting with children and observing them closely in order to chart their development; responding to their needs; and, confirming and extending their learning will enhance your child’s potential and giving them an early advantage.read more
OFSTED head Sir Michael Wilshaw says the best place for two year olds is school. Where, he suggests they should be taught numeracy, literacy and pen control.
Is there really evidence to support this, knowing that many other countries, which start formal education later, fare much better with literacy and numeracy than we do?read more