Welcome to Abbey 345 Preschool Crowland

Children welcomed from ages 2-4
Sessions 9.00 - 3.30 weekdays during school term time
Spacious all-weather outdoor play area

Welcome to Abbey 345 Preschool

Abbey 345 Preschool is a committee run Charitable Incorporated Organisation, that has been providing Pre-school care and education within Crowland, Lincolnshire for over 30 years. We are situated within the grounds of South View Primary School, in modern, purpose-built premises.

Our ethos is for children to learn through play and exploration in surroundings where all families are welcomed, valued and enabled to become part of our learning community. Our role is to provide a safe, stimulating environment where, with the support of our highly qualified, experienced and enthusiastic staff, children can develop at their own individual pace.

Thorough knowledge of a range of Theorists (including Piaget, Bruner and Vygotsky) and Early Years Approaches (such as Froebel, Te Whariki and Reggio Emilia) underpins all our practice. This enables us to provide exciting opportunities to engage and extend learning with all our children whatever their interests and enthusiasms.  Children are offered a wide variety of activities and situations in which they will be encouraged to use their imagination and advance their social skills.

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Call us on 01733 212399

Email: abbey345preschool@gmail.com

What we have been learning about?

  • As we head (hopefully) towards lighter, brighter days in February we are celebrating a variety of National and International events. Friday 3rd February is Wear it Red Day and national story telling week (when we will have been enjoying a range of our favourite tales) ends.
  • We are looking at emotions and feelings during Children’s Mental health Week (starting 6th February) and helping our children recognise and express these appropriately. We will be talking about the value of friendship and looking after those we love - and of course making Valentines for these important people.
  • Although it is Half Term during Random Acts of Kindness week, we will have been working on these beforehand – although we firmly believe kindness should be an everyday occurrence.

IMPORTANT DATES

Friday 10th February - End of Term

Monday 20th February - Start of Term 2b

Friday 31st March - Enf of Term

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Our Team

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Our Facilities

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Our Activities

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Abbey 345 Pre-School was awarded GOOD in ALL 4 Areas by Ofsted in October 2022.

Some Quotes from the Ofsted Report include:-

"Children show spirit and confidence. They develop strong relationships with staff,
who know them very well as individuals. Children benefit from a curriculum that
provides them with enriching experiences."

"Children immerse themselves in their play and sustain their interest in activities for
long periods. They spend time developing their creative ideas. Children benefit from lots of praise and encouragement from staff, who introduce new words, such as 'autumnal'. This empowers children and builds their confidence, self-esteem and vocabulary."

"The inspirational manager takes pride in her long-standing staff team. Staff are
very supportive of each other and comment that working at the pre-school is like
being part of a wider family and they feel supported and valued."

"Staff develop strong partnerships with parents. The manager and staff are
sensitive to children's individual needs and the needs of their families. Parents
have nothing but praise for the pre-school. They comment that they, as well as
their children, feel supported in the early years journey. "

"Staff create a rich, communication-friendly environment for children. Children
are keen communicators and confidently answer questions about why leaves are
falling from the trees. They share what they know as they explain that the
leaves are falling because of the wind. Children recall previous learning as they
say, 'The leaves are changing colour ready for the Winter.'"

"Staff give high priority to promoting children's literacy skills. Children listen to
stories each day and delight in answering questions as they recall what was
read. They borrow books to take home."

"Children have a good knowledge of how to keep themselves safe. They independently risk-assess and confidently tell visitors about the different safety rules."

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