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Butterflies is our Pre-School room for children aged 3-4 years.

 

Our experienced staff team provide endless opportunities for children to learn through play, along with specific teaching and learning activities to meet the needs of all children. We have a fantastic range of resources and educational equipment, to help prepare children for school readiness. 

 

Our aim is to provide children with all of the necessary skills to be able to achieve to their full potential and thus support with transitioning to school.

Our Butterflies room has been purpose built with all brand new fixtures and fittings, to create an amazing space including a brand new kitchen area for meal times, as well as toilet facilities. 

 

We also have fantastic ICT equipment including interactive panel,  packed with a wide range of educational resources and interactive games. 

At Enchanted we have Spanish and French lessons on Thursdays with Mel from BilinguaSing. The children enjoy taking part in songs, stories, rhymes and dancing and having lots of fun whilst learning different languages too!

Our Pre-School children also benefit from attending various trips and outings. We have previously visited; The Belgrade Theatre, Hatton Farm, Conkers, Twycross Zoo, Hebert Art Gallery, Coventry Cathedral, Coventry Transport Museum and the local Library. 

At Enchanted most importantly whilst learning ......... we have fun!
 

Meet Mel from BilinguaSing!
She visits Butterflies on Thursday mornings to teach the children Spanish and French through songs, rhymes, stories, dancing and interactive activities! 
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"Children are like tiny flowers. They are varied and need care but each  is beautiful alone and glorious when seen in the community of peers"

Friedrich Frobel