Masons' Matters
Here at masons Pre-School, we have lots of events and activities throughout the school year to help extend children's play and learning, whilst also allowing us to build relationships with everyone. 

~ Outdoor Area Improvements ~
We have recently made some improvements to our outside area. We have had a lovely new, and extended, canopy installed as well as a new outdoor classroom. We are very excited about this as these improvments will allow us to access more of our outside provision all year round. 
The company we used to install these is a local company called MSJ Building and Construction. They were brilliant in both their attitude and workmanship. 

~ Dad and Grandad's Session ~

 Once a term we offer a 'Stay and Play' weekend session for our children to come in and play with their Dad or Grandad. At Masons, we understand the important role parents play in their child's education, and by inviting parents in to experience a 'session', we believe this helps us to both learn more about your child, whilst also allowing you to learn more about us.

~ World Book Day ~

World Book day, is an event that takes place globally in March of every year. At Masons Pre-School, we run a 'World Book Week'. This enables every child to participate, should they wish, whilst also allowing the staff to be as creative as possible with their costumes. 

~ Fun Day ~
Here at masons we hold an annual fun day at the end of the summer term. This is a lovely chance for the parents to join us and meet other parents as well as watch their children put on a short performance.

 Dates for Diary

Masons reopens Monday 6th January 2020

~ Watch this space ~ 

Coming soon Mum and Grandma session

Masons' Wagon

~ Masons' Wagon ~

We are very lucky to have a 'wagon' at Masons. This can sit 6 children at once and enables us to take a small group of children on local outings to places such as, the local garden centre and many more.

When we do this, we ask for parent volunteers as we have found the parents enjoy the experience as much as the children.