Welcome to the Windmill Pre-School web site.
Our Pre-school is set in the beautiful village of Brill, adjacent to the Brill C of E Combined School and benefits from some amazing views of the local countryside. We have a purpose built building and our own well-equipped outdoor play area, plus access to some of the primary school’s facilities.
Windmill Pre-School prides itself in delivering excellence in all aspects of preschool education.
What does Ofsted say?
Staff plan activities for children that are engaging and challenging, such as creating an obstacle course in the garden from assorted recycled tyres, planks and crates. The Pre-school is very well presented. The children interact with a wide range of resources that motivate them to learn, such as, pretend play areas that replicate the home or shops. Effective assessments and planning means that children needs are well met.
Newsletter December 2017
ENROL YOUR CHILD
Making sensory bags
Feeding the worms!
The children centre's offer a variety of activities and support. Please find the links to Haddenham and Thame children centre's below:
Pupils return to Pre-School Tuesday 9th January 2018 (different to Brill School)
Class 1 – Wednesday 10th January
Class 2 – Thursday 11th January (Tracey)
Monday 15th January
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Pupils return Tuesday 9th January 2018
Half term 12th - 16th February 2018
Preschool sessions run
Monday to Friday as follows:
See Admissions for session fees.
Class 1 created their own ‘wheels on the bus’ using props such as wheels, tickets and chairs
They have explored the colour red around the Classroom and outside. They will also look at the colours yellow and blue.
The children have shown a particular interest in the ‘Dear zoo’ book
Class 2 has recently had a Dinosaur Home corner with Dinosaur “bones” and stories!They have had fun with pumpkins cutting them up and making marks on them.
As part of the continuous provision we have introduced letters and sounds Listening games.
As part of our Diwali Celebrations the children made sweets and vegetable curry which they also ate!