Young Risers Pre-school
                  Young Risers Pre-school




All the children have been invited to the Christmas party on Monday 16th December. The children can wear party clothes if they wish.

If this is not your child’s day, please can you drop them at Pre school by 12.45 please. (No charge)

The party will be from 1.00 till 3.00 pm. Helen from musical bumps will be here for 1 hour to entertain the children. We have Santa and his elf visiting at 2.10 where the children will receive a present, followed by making reindeer food.

Our last day at Pre school will be Tuesday 17th December

If you have questions, please see Coral or Beckie.


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Committee members needed to keep the

Pre-school running, it doesn’t require a lot of your time.

If you are interested or would like more information please speak to Coral or Beckie for more Information

Loose Parts Play

Just before the summer holidays Beckie went on Loose parts play training.  What is Loose parts play you say.

In play, loose parts are materials that can be moved, carried, combined, redesigned, lined up, and taken apart and put back together in multiple ways. They are materials with no specific set of directions that can be used alone or combined with other materials. Loose parts can be natural or synthetic. In a preschool outdoor environment we can provide an array of loose parts for use in play such as stones, stumps, sand, gravel, fabric, twigs, wood, pallets, balls, buckets, baskets, crates, boxes, logs, stones, flowers, rope, tyres, balls, shells and seedpods. Having "loose parts" available in a playspace allows children to use these materials as they choose. Often you will find that children would rather play with materials that they can use and adapt as they please, rather than expensive pieces of play equipment. Encouraging children to use resources as they choose can provide a wider range of opportunities than one that is purely adult led. Children playing with loose parts are using more creativity and imagination and developing more skill and competence than they would playing with most modern plastic toys. It may take a very open mind on our part (there is often a lot of cleaning up involved as materials end up in places you would never expect them to be) but when children cross play materials and areas in creative ways, it is our responsibility to support and encourage their work and ideas. 

Harlow's Adventures

Young Risers Pre-school now has a bear called Harlow he will be taking it in turn to come home with your child to have some fun and adventure, he will have his little diary for you to show us your adventures with Harlow.

Items Wanted


Any loose part objects you can donate from the underlined list above as well as anything else you think will be good for loose parts play, if your unsure of what to donate please ask a member of staff.


Junk modelling - yes raid your recycling empty boxes, tubs, tubes would be very much appreciated


Our last Ofsted inspection in June 2019 graded us as GOOD.


If you would like to read a copy of the report, you can download it below.


     This term... 


Term 3 - w/c 6th January 2020


In term 3 we will be looking at all things to do with space!!

Our book for the term will be Whatever Next!!


Term 2 2019 Newsletter.doc
Microsoft Word document [228.5 KB]

   Parental  Involvement

Parents and carers are all invited to be involved in the life of the pre-school.

Whether you would like to help out at a one off session; accompany the children on an outing; support fund-raising activities or volunteer for the committee; it is these contributions that help make Young Risers a success.

Speak to a member of staff or the committee to find out how you can get involved.

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