The Management Committee is a legal requirement for the Pre-school as it is a registered charity. The elected committee are the trustees of the setting, the people who have overall responsibility for ensuring the group runs successfully in accordance with its aims. The committee is responsible for the management of the pre-school, although Emma Burt is the Pre-school Leader and oversees day to day activities. The committee meet every half term (or so) and oversee finance, policies, staffing and any other things which become relevant.

If you are interested in joining the committee then please get in touch.

Research shows clear benefits for children when parents become actively involved in their child’s learning and development from an early age. Parental involvement has been recognised by the Government as being key to a child’s successful development too. Volunteering for the pre-school’s parent-run committee offers an ideal opportunity for you to become more actively and practically involved in this aspect of your child’s life. It will also make a real difference to how the pre-school is managed. You will personally benefit from this experience by meeting with other parents, updating existing skills and learning new ones, as well as putting something positive back into your local community.


Even if you do not want to join the committee then you can help in other ways - such as supporting our fundraising activities, using your personal or professional skills, sharing your experiences, bringing new ideas or putting us in contact with others who could help.


If you can help in some way then we’d love to hear from you!


You are invited to our


To be held on Thursday 17th October 2019

in The Cabin, Pymore Road, Bridport


Arrive from 7pm for informal discussions with existing committee members (and tea and biscuits!) and AGM starts at 7:30pm


Would you be interested in joining the Committee that manages the pre-school?  Are you interested in helping the pre-school to remain ‘Outstanding’? Research shows clear benefits for children when parents are actively involved in their child’s learning and development.


 The Management Committee is a legal requirement as we are a registered charity - we rely on volunteers for the committee as without them the pre-school cannot legally operate.


Meetings are usually held each half-term.   No special professional skills or qualifications are required – just enthusiasm and ideas!  It can be extremely informative and rewarding so if you would like to know more please ask an existing committee member.


Even if you do not feel able to serve on the committee, please attend the Annual General Meeting to hear what a successful year we have had, and share your ideas. 


We look forward to seeing you there!