Holy Trinity was established over 50 years ago as a non profit making charity and provides a safe, stimulating and caring environment for children over the age of two.
We are inclusive and pride ourselves on providing a welcoming and friendly environment for all children and their families.
Holy Trinity Pre-School offers a wide range of activities and resources to actively encourage learning through play enabling children to grow in confidence and thrive in future learning situations.
We are currently open for 10 sessions per week with a maximum of 30 children registered at each session. (please see our session and fees page for detailed information.)
We employ 10 staff, an Office Manager, a Pre-School Manager, a Deputy, 2 Senior Assistants, 4 Pre-School Assistants and a part time assistant. All of our staff and Committee are Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checked.
We are run by a parent Management Committee and are members of the Pre-School Learning Alliance and the Birmingham Early Years Partnership. We are Ofsted registered and were last inspected in November 2014 where we were told we were not just good we were “very, very good!” (follow the link to see the Ofsted report on their website).
We aim to:
- Enhance the development and education of children under statutory school age in a parent involving, stimulating and safe environment
- Provide a high ration of adults to children which ensures all children receive lots of support and attention
- Provide flexibility and choice of sessions – mornings, afternoons and/or full days
- Fun and friendship with other children and adults
Holy Trinity follows the Early Years Foundation Stage (2012) in line with all educational settings. We are able to offer continuity in the provision of your child’s early education. We accept children from the age of two whether they are potty trained or not and provide the older children in their pre-school year a 20 minute adult led session where they work on a structured activity focusing on one of the areas of learning set out in the EYFS curriculum.
Should you be interested in looking around the setting you are welcome to drop in at any time during our opening hoursou. If you would like any further information you can call us on 0121 355 0790 or e-mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org