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Holy Trinity Primary School, Enniskillen
Applications for Primary 1 and Nursery/Preschool places for the 2019/2020 school year must be made online via the Education Authority website. Applications open on Wednesday 2 January 2019. https://www.eani.org.uk/parents/admissions  Applications close at 12.00 midnight on Thursday 31 January 2019. | “Friends Of Holy Trinity” Christmas Disco is on Thursday 20th December at our Cornagrade site Nursery/Preschool - P3: 6:30pm - 7:15pm P4 - P4: 7:30pm - 8:30pm Come along and enjoy some dancing.
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Our Nursery & Pre School

• has a stimulating, safe environment;
• nurtures the holistic development of all, in line with maturity and ability of children;
• accepts and values each child and family;
• fosters positive discipline;
• helps children enjoy learning and have fun;
• fosters respect for culture and traditions;
• develop links with the local and wider community;
• promotes a healthy lifestyle;
• provides quality learning for the children through play;
• ensures continual professional development of staff;
• promotes partnership with parent/families and parish;
• values all staff within the nursery;
• helps children learn;
• develops Christian values in a Catholic ethos.

Holy Trinity Nursery caters for 52 children of 3-4 years of age, who will receive full-time Nursery Education during their pre-school year funded through the Western Education & Library Board.

Our Nursery & Pre School achieve by

  • Making each child's first steps in education enjoyable and fun through indoor and outdoor play.
  • Creating a challenging learning environment where young children have a wide variety of experiences and achieve success.
  • Promoting a healthy lifestyle through activities and routines.
  • Providing a child centred curriculum based on all areas of development
  • Developing children's self-esteem, self-confidence and independence.
  • Highlighting an awareness of God's love and an appreciation of the world.
  • Creating a safe, stimulating and caring environment where each child feels happy and secure.
  • Having a close partnership with parents.
  • Fostering and respecting culture and tradition and building relationships within the, wider local community.
  • providing opportunities for children to build relationships with adults and peers.
  • Having a close partnership with parents.
  • Easing transition from Nursery/Pre-school to Primary School.
  • Respecting and valuing each child as an individual and catering for individual needs.
  • Providing stepping stones from home to school.
 

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