Learning through play
Little Oak Pre-school was started by parents over 40+ years ago and was run by a committee consisting of parents and Interested parties.
In 2003 we became a company, Little Oak Pre-school Ltd and in 2010 we became the company we are now trading as Little Oak Pre-school (Witney) Ltd (known as Little Oak Pre-school).
The pre-school has three directors and a manager who takes full responsibility for the day-to-day running of the pre-school.
The Portacabin belongs to the pre-school and we pay rent for the ground we occupy. The Pre-school has charity status and is in the voluntary sector. This means we are a non-profit organisation and all grants, fees and fundraising we receive pays for the running of the group.
Directors & Company details
Little Oak Pre-school was started by parents over 30 years ago and was run by a committee consisting of parents and interested parties. In 2003 we became a limited company, Little Oak Pre-school (Witney) Ltd (known as Little Oak). The pre-school has three directors and a manager.
The manager takes full responsibility for the day-to-day running of the pre-school. We adopted the constitution of the Pre-school Learning Alliance .
The directors and trustees of the pre-school are:
Sue Potter, Chris Putt and Rosalind Hambidge (Lyn)
Little Oak Pre-school is the trading name of
Little Oak Pre-school (Witney) Ltd
Little Oak Pre-school (Witney) Ltd,
50A Holford Road, Witney, Oxon OX28 5NG
Registered in England & Wales
Company No: 732656
The pre-school has Charity status:
Charity No: 1137934
"Staff have a good understanding of safeguarding procedures and attend child protection training to maintain this.
They supervise children as they play and ensure the premises are safe and secure.
As a result, children's welfare is given high priority".
If you have any safeguarding concerns you can contact:
The Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children's Board (OSCB) on Tel: 0345 050 7666
(This number will take you through to Customer Services who will ask a series of questions and triage into
MASH where safeguarding concerns are raised).