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Little Forterst Friends Expanding

Litle Forest Friend pre-school at Haddenham St Mary's is expanding from January 2023.

The pre-school will offer up to 30 hours funded sessions for eligible children and there will be fifteen places available for 3 and 4 year olds on a first come first served basis initially.

If you are not eligible for funding the pre-school will offer sessions at a rate of:

£6.00 per hour (£18.00 per AM/PM session).

The pre-school with this inspirational approach will involve:

  • Child initiated learning
  • Being outdoors
  • Integration with the EYFS curriculum
  • Time for children to explore, learn and investigate
  • Fun, imagination and creativity
  • Using the natural resources around us

To find out more about Forest Schools please visit the school website

To make an enquiry or to book a tour, call 01844 291455

You can also contact the school to put any younger children on a waiting list.

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