St. Chad's Pre-school
54-56 Abbey Lane, Sheffield S8 0BP
We currently have places available! Call us now on 0752 6100755 to arrange a visit, or pop in and see us after Monday the 5th of September - we're located just opposite Abbey Lane School.
Throughout the year we have a number of events - for both our children (such as World Book day) and the wider public. We exist because of the community that we work in and we want to remain closely linked to those around us, the people that live in the surrounding streets, the parents and children at the local schools and the various number of businesses and ventures that are on our door step.
As such, we not only run our own events but also help support others. Here you can find a list of things that are happening at the pre-school. Please get in touch if you would like more information!
Outside cinema night! Saturday 3rd September
Get out your picnic rug and your singing voices; come along and enjoy the romance of watching a cinematic classic under the stars! SOLD OUT.
Roald Dahl Day13th September. Roald Dahl (1916–1990) was one of the world’s most imaginative, successful and loved storytellers. Since his death, his work has not only endured but is still increasing in popularity. His stories are currently available in 59 languages and we're going to celebrate some of his literacy genius! Please note, this is just for information. Nothing extra is required for your child to partake in this.
Rosh Hashanah 25th September. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year. It lasts two days and celebrates the creation of the world. People think about their priorities in life, reflect on what has been achieved in the year and ask for forgiveness for wrongdoings. After a service at the synagog, a special meal is eaten at home, including apples dipped in honey (a symbol of the sweet New Year that each Jew hopes lies ahead), Hallah (or Challah) bread (round to symbolise a circle of life/the year) and there is often a pomegranate on the table (a tradition that pomegranates have 613 seeds, one for each of the commandments that a Jew is obliged to keep). Please note, this is just for information. Nothing extra is required for your child to partake in this.
Diwali 23rd October. A Hindu festival, Diwali means 'rows of lighted lamps' and is known as the 'festival of lights' because houses, shops and public places are decorated with small lamps called diyas. The festival celebrates the victory of light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance, although the actual legends that go with the festival are different in different parts of India. Please note, this is just for information. Nothing extra is required for your child to partake in this.
We are currently open for 38 weeks of the year - to co-incide with school dates (Abbey Lane is situated just opposite the pre-school). Please see below for our 2016-2017 term dates.
Starts: Monday 5th September
Autumn half: Monday 24th Oct - Friday 28th Oct
Ends: Friday 16th December
Starts: Tuesday 3rd Jan
Spring Half: Monday 20th Feb - Friday 24th Feb
Ends: Friday 7th April
Starts: Monday 24th April
Summer half: Monday 29th May - 2nd June
Ends: Friday 21st July
St. Chad's Pre-School. a: 54-56 Abbey Lane, Woodseats, Sheffield. t: 0752 6100755. e: email@example.com
Registered Charity Number: 1037932
We currently have spaces available at each of our sessions - please call us now to arrange a visit and to have an Initial Interest from sent out to you.
Call us on 0752 6100755, or pop in. We look forward to seeing you soon!