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Each child should have a named drinking bottle containing water, an optional waterproof St Peter’s drawstring bag containing Wellington boots, a spare pair of pants, socks and clothing in case of accidents. Spare nappies and nappy sacks (if applicable). Please ensure that all items are clearly named. We recommend that your child dresses in easily washed clothes with easy fittings and sensible shoes or trainers. In summer we request that children bring in named sun hats and sun cream. We are now able to offer parents the chance to purchase our high quality polo shirt & sweatshirt embroidered with the St Peter’s logo, which also solves the problem of what to wear to pre-school!
All 3 and 4 year olds are entitled to 15 hours of free education for 38 weeks of the year.
Government funding for eligible children is available from the school term that commences after your child's 3rd birthday. In addition to this, some 2 year olds may also qualify for this free funding.
More information on this can be found on the West Berkshire Council website. http://info.westberks.gov.uk/freechildcare3and4
Take a preview at this document to see what a typical daily routine looks like in the Autumn term.
Each term you will receive feedback on how well your child is developing along with targets for your child to achieve in order for them to make good progress in their learning. More detailed information about sharing information can be found on our document "information sharing - what to expect".