We aim to help your child find their own potential and independence

 

We are a popular and friendly village preschool based at The Community Centre in Great Chesterford. We offer a warm and caring environment for children aged two to four+. We aim to help your child reach their potential, find their independence and to enjoy their first learning experience whilst preparing them for Primary School.

 
We will always look back on our sons journey at preschool with a big smile on our faces. Thank you so much for helping our little boy find his confidence, happiness in friendships and most of all ‘his voice’.
— Claire & Richard, Parents

Sessions


Our preschool runs between 9.00 to 15.00 every Monday to Friday during term time.

Our flexible drop off period runs between 8.45 to 9.00. We have an excellent car park with plenty of space available for a calm drop off and collection!

The preschool day is organised around two main sessions: Morning 9.00 to 12.00 and Afternoon 12.00 to 15.00.  A full day is the equivalent of 2 sessions.

Children attending the afternoon session will need to bring in their own packed lunch and they can enjoy eating their lunch with their friends.
 

Term dates

Autumn Term 2018/19
Term Starts: Wednesday 5th September
Half Term: 22nd October - 26th October
Term finishes: Tuesday 18th December

Spring Term 2019
Term starts: Monday 7th January
Half Term: 18th February – 22nd February
Term finishes: Friday 29th March

Summer Term 2019
Term starts: Wednesday 24th April
Half Term: 27th May – 31st May
Term finishes: Wednesday 24th July
Bank Holiday: Monday 6th May

What's Happening

We are always thinking of ways to improve our lovely preschool. Please follow us on Facebook to see what exciting events the preschool will be hosting in the coming months or check out our Events page for a full list of upcoming events.

It was really lovely to be back in the fold of such a wonderful, nurturing, caring preschool. In the 2 hours I was there over the last couple of days I didn’t see one child cry, moan, argue or look even remotely unhappy which is really, really heartwarming, a truly lovely place for children to be.
— Rebecca, Parent