Jesus said: “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the Kingdom of God belongs to such as these.” Mark 10:14
Why Barbara Rose
Our Ethos is to provide a solid foundation from which children can flourish, appreciating and experiencing the world around them.
Everyone is special, where care and teamwork lead to learning, achieving and growing together.
The mission statement of Barbara Rose Christian Preschool is to nurture the “whole child” by providing a safe, happy and stimulating environment. Supported by caring, experienced and qualified practitioners.
Learning through play where they have empowerment over their environment, supporting areas of physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual development. This will be gained through a variety of activities that are developmentally appropriate and recognizes the individual needs and differences of children.
A strong partnership between home and preschool is created, liaising closely with parents, other professionals and linking with our community. Children are encouraged to be independent thinkers and life-long learners.
Our Rooms & Classes
Children are supported by a fantastic team of trained and experienced early years practitioners
who nurture and encourage the children, sharing the ethos that ‘Every Child Matters’.
Walk into your child’s preschool classrooms and you will find a large, inspiring room divided into carefully planned interest areas. It will be filled with engaging ideas and a variety of materials for your child to manipulate, explore, play with, and share.
The rooms are especially designed to encourage your child’s natural curiosity and desire to learn about their world and engage with their peers.
Indoor & Outdoor Play Areas
All children and young people have the right to play and need to play: free to choose what they do – lively or relaxed, noisy or quiet – with the chance to stretch and challenge themselves, take risks and enjoy freedom.
The right to play is enshrined in Article 31 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. (Play England Charter for children’s Play)