Trinity Community Preschool is a Community based organisation with charitable status, offering high quality early years’ education in a safe, happy, stimulating and inclusive environment. Diversity is valued: working in partnership with parents and carers we are committed to ensuring that every child is encouraged and supported on their unique learning journey, regardless of race, gender, social and economic background, ability or disability.
We provide a wide range of activities, both child-initiated and adult directed, indoors and outside, to enable children to reach their full potential and to prepare them socially and emotionally for their next steps in learning. The welfare and safety of each child in our care is of paramount importance, and this extends to preventing radicalisation and extremism.
Children learn and develop through play; our caring, experienced and well qualified staff team provide a welcoming and friendly setting in which children are happy to interact with their peers and are confident to explore new challenges. Empowering children to experience new activities helps them to develop confidence and self-esteem and the resilience to keep trying.
At Trinity Preschool, we recognise the importance of being reflective in order to guarantee continual improvement of the provision we offer. We welcome parent and carer feedback to assist us in this goal. Our staff team provide positive role models for the children in our care. It is through their commitment and drive that individual children meet the targets and expectations set for them. We liaise with other professionals to support us in meeting the diverse needs of all children in our care.
Parents and carers have a vital role alongside the staff to support the learning and development of their individual child, as well as shaping the direction of the Preschool itself. Since Trinity Community Preschool is a voluntary managed committee-run setting, we depend on the involvement of parents in order to run effectively. All parents and carers are valued and respected, and included in and informed about, their child’s journey with us.
We aim to:
provide high quality care and education for children below statutory school age;
work in partnership with parents to help children to learn and develop;
add to the life and well-being of the local community;
offer children and their parents a service that promotes equality and values diversity.
You are regarded as members of our setting who have full participatory rights.
These include a right to be:
valued and respected;
involved and included at all levels.
Parents and carers have a vital role alongside the staff to support the learning and development of their individual child, as well as helping to shape the direction of the Preschool itself. Trinity Community Preschool is a voluntary managed committee-run setting and we depend on the involvement of parents as committee members in order to run effectively.