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Barlow - Pre-school Unit

Welcome to Barlow Class!

Mrs Butterworth

 

 

Ambrose Edward Barlow (1585 – 10 September 1641) was an English Benedictine monk who is venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church.  Ambrose was born at Barlow Hall, near Manchester in 1585.   In 1615, he became a member of the Order of Saint Benedict and was ordained as a priest in 1617.  After his ordination into the priesthood, Ambrose returned to Barlow Hall, before taking up residence at the home of Sir Thomas Tyldesley, Morleys Hall, Astley.  From there he secretly catered for the needs of Catholic 'parishioners', offering daily Mass and reciting his Office and Rosary for the next twenty-four years.

 

World Nursery Rhyme Week  14th-18th November 2022

 

This week we have been very busy celebrating Nursery Rhymes both new and old. We have been singing, making up actions and making up our own versions of some nursery rhymes.

Remembrance poppies

Some of our areas in Pre-school

Welcome to Barlow Class Pre-school (September 2022)

 

We offer a warm welcome to both our returning and new families. This new Pre-school year will bring many fun learning opportunities.

 

A few things to remember:

 

· Doors open at 8.45am to start the day

· Full day sessions finish at 3.15pm

· Half day sessions are available, different sessions can be discussed with the school office.

 

· Please could all clothing be labelled with your child’s name, this includes coats and PE kits. This makes returning items much easier.

 

· PE kits will stay in school for the full half term, they will be sent home during the last week of each half term.

 

· A named water bottle can be brought in for your child to use during their sessions.

 

 

More information can be found by clicking on the ‘information for parents’ icon.

Curriculum Long Term overview 2022-2023

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