Preschool Nurseries in Redbridge

Trinity Hall Kindergarten
Holy Trinity Church Hall
Hermon Hill
South Woodford
London E18 1QQ

Tel. Admin: 020-8508 5029
Manager's Mob. 07958 789303

Established 1967

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At Trinity Hall we believe that young children learn and develop best through having the freedom to play and explore in an environment which is specifically set up for their age and stage of development. We have a large area for play and exploration, allowing for endless learning opportunities, and an additional facility for our 3 1/2 - 5 year olds.


We aim to provide an enriching environment in which your child can enjoy and achieve their full potential. Working with the Early Years Foundation Stage (E.Y.F.S) guidelines, topic planning and resourcing are supported by evaluation, assessment and observing and listening to the children, enabling us to appropriately promote and enhance each child's learning and development.

The EYFS is made up of six areas of learning and development

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Communication, Language and Literacy

  • Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy

  • Knowledge and Understanding of the World

  • Physical Development

  • Creative Development

The six areas are all equally important and interconnected to one another and are supported by four themes. Each theme has an overarching principle and each theme/principle has four commitments.
  • A Unique Child – Principle: Every child is a competent learner from birth who can be resilient, capable, confident and self assured
  • Positive Relationships – Principle: Children learn to be strong and independent from a base of loving and secure relationships with parents and/or a key person
  • Enabling Environments – Principle: The environment plays a key role in supporting and extending children's development and learning
  • Learning and Development – Principle: Children learn and develop in different ways and rates and all areas of learning and development are equally important and interconnected

Trinity Hall Kindrgarten has a long and proud history in preschool education. Our history goes back to 1967 when we were founded.Our focus has always been to ensure that every child that attends the nursery has the opportunity to explore their potential in a safe and nurturing environment. We are proud that many a parent has credited their child's head start in education to their time at Trinity Hall. Above all, parents value the caring, happy and open place that is Trinity Hall Kindergarten.

We value and respect every child’s individuality.  We want every child to feel good about themselves and we seek information from parents about their child’s likes and dislikes and endeavour to make adaptations to the environment and activities, to enable every child to take part. We encourage the development of confidence and independence in all children and will make risk assessments and endeavour to provide specialist equipment if needed and make suitable arrangements for outings. We provide resources (both human and financial) to implement our SEN/disability policy and provide support for parents and children with SEN or a disability. We ensure the privacy of children with SEN/ disabilities when intimate care is being provided.

Special needs coordinator (SENCO)

Our nursery has a designated member of staff (SENCO) who has responsibility for all children with Special Educational Needs within the setting. and it is her responsibility to ensure that staff are made aware of all children’s additional needs and kept up to date with training, information, new legislation and all issues relating to Special Educational Needs within the nursery.


Developing a positive partnership with parents

We believe that a good working relationship with parents is paramount to the successful education and development of every child.  We welcome parents’ input as they have an in -depth knowledge and understanding of their child which can be invaluable in helping us to effectively meet the needs of their child. We would like parents to know that they are always welcome in the nursery either to help out or to discuss any concerns they might have.  Arrangements can be made for private discussions at a mutually convenient time.