Roe Hill Hall
Pre-School @ Roe Hill Hall
Apple Daycare Ltd opened Roe Hill Hall in November 2022.
It is a wonderfully appointed indoor space with the added benefit of access to the all weather pitch and playing fields out side.
Roe Hill Hall acts as the follow on centre from Oxlease House, much in the same way that Newgate Street does for the House Setting.
As children get a little older and become increasingly active and independent, they require more open and challenging space to explore.
Care is provided for Children aged two to five years [the term after the child's 5th birthday].
We now provide care during Term Time Only on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays Between 07:30-17:00
We accept 15 & 30 Hours Funding, as well as private funded hours
which can be added to increase the number of hours you would like us to care for you little one.
Each day we have visiting teachers and coaches who lay on activities such as: Tennis, Little Club (Music), Yoga and Circus School
[not necessarily at the same time].
We have access to incredible facilities for an Early Years setting, including the all-weather pitch, playing fields, the park, not to mention the huge indoor space the hall offers, so we are unrestricted by mother nature all year around.
Roe Hill Hall is managed by Tammy and she is a fully qualified Early Years Teacher (L7) and she is ably assisted by Georgetta who is L3. The other members of staff are L3, L2 and apprentices training for L2 and L3.
We have two in-house chefs who share the preparation of a variety of fresh home cooked meals each day and many baking activities with the children. Tammy has designed an outstanding learning opportunity for all the children.
Our teachers provide learning plans for the children individually which extends the learning for those excelling in the younger age groups and for those due to graduate to school at the end of their time at Apple and for those with Specific Educational Needs. We embrace diversity and recognise the benefit to our whole community to live, learn and play together.
There are areas of development that the government expect children to be supported in.
These prime areas include; Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development Communication and Language Development, Specific areas Include: Maths, Creative Learning, Expressive Art and Design, Understanding of the World and Literacy.
We as practitioners will incorporate all of these areas of learning into each child’s daily routine, giving each child the opportunity to develop in every area at their pace.
We encourage a mixed age group where younger children will learn from and feel valued by the older children and the older children learn empathy and responsibility whilst in the company of the younger ones.
We make sure that all activities are tailored to be age and stage appropriate.