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Your child will join us for a few two hour sessions to get parents and children ready for a longer half or full day with us. Communication is key and our daily diary (for under two years) gives you a full account of your child’s sleep, food and drink, nappies and social interaction. Parents are then able to comment and report back on what is happening at home so that your child’s day is as cohesive and consistent as possible.

We will discuss your child’s nutritional requirements with you and ensure that we follow your child’s weaning programme when the time is right.

"Time is spent developing a strong relationship between the key person, child and his or her family. This helps children to feel emotionally secure, and supports their physical health and well-being as well as their academic learning."

Compliance Inspection, 2016

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Congratulations to pupils, parents and staff of Highfield Priory School! The Sunday Times, published today, shows that Highfield is now one of the top ten Independent Preparatory Schools in England. It is the first in the North of England and seventh in the country. Well done, Highfield!

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Our Pre-School children showed great curiosity and bravery when the Creepy Crawly Road Show visited them this week. They loved meeting all the different creatures, including the snakes, Cornflake and Kellogg, Snowy the snail, Colin the Cockroach, Incy Wincy Spider and the sleeping butterfly. Well done, Pre-School!
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How on earth do the children do this they are so brave! That spider is horrendous 😱

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