We open term time at the following times:
Monday – 9.15am to 1pm
Tuesday – 9.15am to 1.45pm
Wednesday – 9.15am to 1pm
Thursday – 9.15am to 1.45pm
Friday – 9.15am to 1pm
Noah’s Ark offers up to 32 spaces a day, and is open to all children from the age of 2 years 6 months, for a maximum of two academic years.
We have a high staff: children ratio.
If you would like more information or would like to arrange a visit please contact Sarah Weston-Walker (administrator) on 01926 410705 during pre-school opening hours.
Noah’s Ark Christian Preschool has been rated as outstanding in its latest Ofsted inspection. The full report can be found here.
We aim to provide high quality preschool education with the emphasis on learning through play. We aim to assist preschool children to develop intellectually, physically, emotionally and spiritually within a loving atmosphere.
We aim to help children develop from toddlers to confident children ready for school entry.
We aim to enable each child to fulfil their own potential, and to be accepted and loved for who they are. We believe that children learn best in a safe, caring atmosphere with lots of praise and no undue pressure to achieve.
Our Spiritual Aims
We aim to give each child a sense of their worth and uniqueness, and to point to God as their loving Heavenly Father. We aim to foster Christian character traits, and to model God’s love through our everyday interaction with children and families.
We welcome families of all faiths, and none, on equal terms.
During each session children are involved in a number of activities designed to form a solid foundation for the later stages of education.
We cover all areas of the curriculum set out for the Early Years Foundation Stage, laid down by the Department for Children, Schools and Families.
Each child has the support of a personal key worker who, through careful record keeping and planning, ensures that your child’s learning and development needs are being met.
There are many opportunities for you and your family to be involved, in the activities of the group and in your own child’s progress.
You can find Noah’s Ark’s own website here – noahsark.org.uk