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EARLY YEARS STAY AND PLAY

Explore Sibford School Early Years at a free stay and play session

Sibford School Early Years has an outstanding reputation with caring and professional staff, a welcoming environment and fabulous facilities. It is situated in its own area of Sibford School’s 50-acre campus and benefits from small class sizes and ample parking.

Sukey Symes, Head of Early Years said, ‘These sessions help children aged three – five (or those turning three before September 2020) and their families to get a taste of what Early Years at Sibford is really like. Starting school can be a very big step but through stay & play we offer the chance for families to see their child interact with other children and learn through play in a relaxed environment.’

Children can join Sibford Nursery from the September after they turn three, while reception class offers places for four-year-olds. Under the Early Education Funding Scheme, three to four-year-olds are eligible for up to 15 hours free funding per week.

“Sibford Early Years provides a perfect entry into school life. Our rural setting means that children can explore outdoors and learn through hands on experience. All pupils at Sibford School are encouraged to ‘live adventurously’.”

Themed stay and play sessions will take place throughout term time on the second Friday of every month from 10.30am – 11.45am.

Booking is essential as places are limited. To book call Elsepth Dyer, Admmissions Officer on 01295 781 203 or email admissions@sibfordschool.co.uk.

For more information on our Nursery fees, click here.

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