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Audlem Treehouse, the preschool located alongside Audlem St James Primary School, has started Thursday morning sessions (the Treehouse is already open on all the other weekdays).

To make these sessions viable, at least half a dozen children are needed to book in for the Thursday morning.

Preschool runs from 9.00am to 11.45 am and can be extended to cover lunchtime until 12.20pm.

The fee for each session is £8.00 (there are reductions if several childeren from the same family attend Treehouse sessions) and £2.00 is charged for the extra lunch time.

Some of these fees may be covered by the 15-hour funding entitlement or by some employer schemes.

For further details, please contact Hilary Serif on 07770 884298.

 

 

 

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