Early years expansion

The Old Hall School in Wellington has announced a new contract with Daisy Chain Daycare. Headmaster Mr Martin Stott said they were delighted to unveil details of the new arrangement, adding, “The early years are pivotal building blocks in a child’s education and it is vital to get it right.”

Early years staff at the Old Hall School were recently given an ‘excellent’ rating in an independent inspection praising them as an experienced, close-knit team. They will now be stepping up their work with Daisy Chain Daycare to help children not only flourish in pre-school but to prepare them to move up to primary school more confidently.

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