Updated September 2020

News and Events

We are so pleased to have some of our school leavers return for Term 6, and missed those that chose to remain at home.  They are a real credit to the preschool and although we couldn't have our usual sports day and graduation ceremony, we still managed to celebrate.  We wish them all every happiness and success as they move on to the next step of their educational journey.  We will miss you all dearly!

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We have made the difficult decision to introduce a daily 'consumables fee' of 50p for each child attending the setting*.  This will be itemised on your next invoice, starting for Term 2.

*Please note, this fee will be voluntary for children in receipt of a 2 year old grant.

In June we were lucky to receive a little impromptu surprise for the children left on Friday afternoon. Mr Alan Swain from Edge Radio and Dursley Music, stopped by and played for us, the children absolutely loved his trombone.

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Snack and meal times (and the room set-up) looked a little different following our re-opening, but children took it all in their stride and embraced the new routines.

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Outdoor activities have been a favourite this term, including a summer nature hunt.  What can you all find in your garden or on your next walk / play in the park?  Any mini-beasts?  Any differently shaped leaves?  Any interesting coloured flowers?  Let us know what you can find!


We are fortunate to have a wonderful outdoor space and plenty of toys and play equipment for the garden.  The weather during Term 6 meant we made the most of this space.

To see more recent news and events, please check out our facebook page @tytheringtonpreschool

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