Welcome to The Hollies Website
The Hollies Pre-school was inspected by Ofsted in March 2015 and they judged us as being OUTSTANDING - more details below.
Our aim at the Hollies Pre-School in Poynton, Cheshire is to provide a safe and happy environment where children can grow and learn under the guidance and supervision of our dedicated and caring staff.
We hope to fulfil their physical, intellectual, emotional and social needs, whilst showing them kindness, consistent discipline and encouragement in a happy and informal setting.
We also encourage children to learn about other cultures through our special links with St. James Primary School in Uganda - more details here.
At The Hollies we welcome new parents to feel free to come and look round The Hollies at any time. We need to confirm a day and time of day (morning or afternoon, it does not need to be time specific) with new parents before they visit and have a contact phone number for them.
If you would like to come and have a look round please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 01625 850176 and speak to Rachel or a Supervisor.
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Children will be progressing through the areas of learning by accessing a well-planned curriculum based on their play, interests and experiences. Many of our activities this term will be based on colours and our changing environment and you can see what is planned on the activities and weekly topics page.
The Hollies Pre-school were inspected by Ofsted Tuesday 11th March and they judged us as being Outstanding. Click here to read the OFSTED Report.
We would like to thank staff and directors for all their hard work and all the parents for their support.
The report highlighted:
Children made rapid progress in their learning due to extremely high quality of teaching.
Quality and consistency of teaching was exceptional.
Children behave in an exemplary manner because they have secure boundaries and routines.
Robust monitoring systems of child’s development.
High priority on safeguarding. Outstanding relationships with parents, which significantly enhances children’s learning and development.