OUR DETAILS

Address: Stepping Stones Nursery and Pre-school, Claverdon Church Centre, Church Road, Claverdon, CV35 8PD

Phone: 01926 843353

Email:  clavsteppingstones@welearn365.com

Charity no. 1173990

OUR HOURS

Mon - Thurs: 8.30am - 3pm *
​​Friday: 9.15am - 1.15pm

* Monday pre-school session only

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Stepping Stones Nursery and Pre-school (Claverdon) CIO

Charity no. 1173990

Activities

We offer a range of enrichment days and activities, giving your child the opportunity to try new things and learn more about the world around them.

 

Weekly French lessons

Every Wednesday

Working in partnership with La Jolie Ronde, we are delighted to provide an award winning programme of French classes each Wednesday.  Children love the friendly weekly lessons which combines fun with exciting games, story-telling, songs and activities.

Speak to your play leader for more information and to book a place.

Multi skills sports with Coolsportz

Every Thursday

On Thursdays, local sports providers, Coolsportz, run a multi-sports programme, with the emphasis on fun, developing all-round coordination, and getting active!  

Speak to your play leader for more information and to book a place.

Hill Close Garden pre-school trips

Monday 24th June

Once a term, children have the opportunity to visit Hill Close Gardens, sixteen hedged Victorian pleasure gardens, lovingly restored and reconstructed to capture the planting and personality of their original owners.  Children dig, plant and explore as they learn through a series of specially planned art & craft and outdoor activities including everything from puddle jumping and bug hunting to sunflower planting and leaf-rubbing.

Please see latest communications for more information. 

Woodland Tales at Claverdon Primary School

Monday 1st July

Through a collaboration with local Claverdon Primary School, children spend one afternoon a term at ‘forest school’.  Outdoor learning activities such as den-building, nature art, foraging and sensory walks have become a key part of the Scandanavian education system and, if used regularly, have been shown to help boost concentration; self-esteem; social skills; and higher educational achievements.

Please see latest communications for more information.