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THORNER’S FLEDGLINGS PRE-SCHOOL
Thorner’s Fledglings Pre-SchoolThorner’s CE VA SchoolSchool LaneLitton CheneyDorchesterDT2 9AUTel: 01308 482410Thorner’s Fledglings began as the Bride Valley Fledglings playgroup in the Puncknowle Village Hall in the 1980s. In 2007 the playgroup moved to premises within Thorner’s Primary School in Litton Cheney. In 2016 the pre-school became part of the school.Fledglings welcomes children aged 2 years 9 months or more.The premises are perfect for our young Fledglings. Our children have full access to school resources and enjoy:the use of the school hall (LATCH) for gymnastics and other activitiesthe Discovery Area for outdoor explorationthe school playground, tennis court and field for games, cycling and scootingthe school pool for swimming in the summer term, and the extra resources the school can provide above and beyond what we offer. Our classroom is well-resourced and the children enjoy many experiences as they learn through their free-play and teacher-led activities.For all policies and procedures please look at our website via the school’s website: www.thorners.dorset.sch.uk and click on the Fledgling’s Logo.
We have been open for some of the year groups from the start of June. It has been lovely being back to a sort-of-normal, having children in school, which is as it should be! We have had more than 30 children every day. All the Year 6s are back and many of the Fledglings, Reception and Year 1 children too.Here are some pictures of what the children have been doing in school.Fledglings and Litton have been learning about pirates and mermaids and under-the-sea creatures. They had a pirate dress up day and made a shell shop.Chesil have been getting active and socially distancing when working!Eggardon have been doing archaeology – there are deep holes in our front garden now! - and keeping fit!