Welcome to Benson Community Pre-school Website 

 

 It is with much sadness and regret that we are writing to inform you Benson Community Pre-school will close on Friday 17th July 2015.

 

 As has been stated in all previous correspondence relating to the possible closure the situation had become untenable from September 2015 with not only low numbers on roll but no new committee and a financially unsustainable future.  

 

The Committee wish to thank the staff for their patience and understanding over the last few weeks given the uncertainty of the situation. They have continued to do their job in extremely difficult circumstances for which we are very grateful.

 

We are also acutely aware that the Pre-school has been running for a long time and that this is something to be celebrated.  In the next couple of weeks the Committee will be meeting to draw up plans for both the winding down of the charity, the closure and the possible celebratory events.  If you have any suggestions or comments you would like to make regarding how we go about this then we welcome them all.  We hope to involve as many people as possiblepast and present.

 

 

 Click here to see full Notification of closure to parents




Benson Community Pre-school

 

is a happy, friendly environment for all. We have plenty of space inside and a secure busy garden with direct access to a large outdoor playground and playing field. We aim to meet the individual needs of children through high quality play and learning.

 

 

See our latest Ofsted Report (Feb 2011) for more information. We are delighted to have been awarded a 'Good' rating with some areas 'Outstanding'. OFSTED praised a "positive outlook to continually improving the setting".

 

 

Check out our Events & Fundraising page for more information on general Pre-school Events and forthcoming Fundraising Events. 

 

 

If you have any queries please phone or email us

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Benson Church of England

Primary School

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