WELCOME TO LITTLE ACORNS!
‘A kind caring and nurturing environment where children are valued as the individuals that they are. Thank you’ (parent survey July 2018)
Welcome back to all of our families for the Spring Term.
This half-term our topic is ‘Healthy Me’
- Weeks 1 & 2 (07/01 and 14/01): ‘Healthy Food Choices’
- Weeks 3 & 4 (21/01 and 28/01): ‘Healthy Teeth’
- Weeks 5 & 6 (04/02 and 11/02): ‘Fitness is Fun’
Latest Newsletter: Monday 7th January Newsletter 2019 Web
Dates For Your Diary:
Every Friday at 9am: Sports4Tots
- Monday 7th January – Start of Spring Term
- Monday 14th January to Friday 18th January – Parent Consultations
- Wednesday 23rd January – Committee meeting at 7.30pm
- Monday 18th February – Friday 22nd February: Half Term Break (Little Acorns Closed)
- Monday 1st April– Friday 5th April: Government Unfunded Week
- Monday 8th April – Monday 22nd April: Easter Holidays (Little Acorns Closed)
- Tuesday 23rd April: Start of Summer Term
- Monday 6th May: Bank Holiday Monday (Little Acorns Closed)
- Monday 27th May – Friday 31st May: Half Term Break (Little Acorns Closed)
- Monday 3rd June – Friday 7th June: Inset days (Little Acorns Closed)
- Thursday 25th July: Last day of Summer Term
Sports4tots Sessions – Fun sports sessions will take place every Friday for our pre-school children from 9.15am to 9.45am and 9.50am to 10.20am. We are currently holding two sessions due to high numbers of children wanting to attend. The cost is £3 per session.
We would like to say a massive thank you to Tesco for awarding us a grant of £3283 towards technological equipment and toys. These will be used to benefit the children’s development in ICT as well as language and maths and to help to teach the children how to keep themselves safe online.
Privacy Notice: Privacy Notice Little Acorns Parents updated May 2018 web
FEES for 2018 – Please see the fees document on our policy page or our prospectus: Prospectus updated October 2018
Latest Ofsted Report :Ofsted Report Feb 2015
Our Core Values
At Little Acorns we believe that the three most important things that children need to learn and develop are:
- Nurturing relationships with caring adults
- An enabling environment which provides stimulation to learn and develop
- The emotional security to develop independence.
The pre-school has been at Penponds School, Camborne, for almost twenty years. Since 2004 Little Acorns has been based in a purpose
built unit within the school grounds.
- We are regulated and inspected by Ofsted.
- We care for up to 24 children per session aged from their second birthday to school age.
- We are a registered charity
- We receive funding from the Local Education Authority for 3-4 year old children.
- We are members of the Pre-School Learning Alliance.