Milnrow Pre-School
Charles Lane, Milnrow, OL16 3NZ
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We are a stand-alone preschool which has been open for 50 years since 1967. We offer high quality childcare to parents of children aged from 2 years to 4 years and 11 months old.


We provide the following (please check availability)

2 year old funding, available for some children from the term after their 2nd birthday. (allocated by the LA) this consists of 15 hours a week which with us can be used either: 5 mornings 9am-12pm or 5 afternoons 1pm-4pm. 3+4 year old universal funding which is available for all children from the term after their third birthday - this consists of 15 hours per week which with us can be used either: 5 mornings 9am-12pm or 5 afternoons 1pm-4pm 30 hour extended entitlement, available for children of working parents, from the term after their third birthday, the 30 hours a week which can be used from 9am-3pm Monday to Friday. Check online to see if you are entitled www.childcarechoices.gov.uk.

Additional hours can be added e.g, parents may pay for the hour 8-9, 12-1 (with a packed lunch) and 3-4 in the cases of the 30 hour entitlement.

All extra hours are booked and therefore payable for a full term to allow for staffing ratios.
At Milnrow Preschool we will develop a happy, safe and secure environment in which the individual needs of all members of the community are met in order that they realise their potential to the full.
We are open
8am - 4pm
term time only
Our hourly rate is £4.75 per hour. Privately paid for children must attend a minimum of two, 3 hour sessions per week.
To all the Aunties at Milnrow pre-school, thank you for caring for both of our children, for your love, patience and care despite adversity

Ava & Harry’s Mum
SUMMARY OF KEY FINDINGS FOR PARENTS

Ofsted say:- This provision is good. The quality of teaching is consistently strong. The well-qualified staff use accurate assessments to identify children's next steps in learning. They provide a balance of both activities led by adults and times for children to freely choose their play. Children gain the skills and attitudes needed for their next steps in learning and school.

The key-person system is well established and effective. Children develop close relationships with the caring and sensitive staff. This supports children to develop high levels of confidence and a strong sense of emotional security.

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