Thank you for visiting our website. ABC Childcare (Ipswich) Ltd offers early years care and education for children aged from 20 months – 5 years within our preschool. We also run breakfast, after school and holiday sessions for primary aged children (Reception to the end of year 6) within our ‘FreeTime’ club.

Here at ABC, our aims are simple. We want to provide the best possible setting for your child to learn and grow. We offer a bright, safe, friendly and encouraging environment for every child. We want all of our children to enjoy their time here, challenge themselves through independent play and supported learning and explore their potential to the full.

No one knows your child better than you, so we will work closely with you to provide the best possible care for your child.

Open Event

Saturday 2nd March, 10am-12pm

     Dom Gordan will be there to open the event and give you an insight on how ABC operates and how you can get involved
     Katie Smith will be talking about Parent Zone, and will be available to answer any of your ParentZone questions
     Jess from Suffolk Family Carers will be attending and happy to answer any of your questions around the work that Suffolk Family Carers
     Rachel LaMont (Freetime) and Georgia Bennett (pre-school) committee members and parents, will be happy to talk about their experience at ABC
      Jane G – will be available for any questions you may have regarding Free time clubs
      Annemarie & Jasmine will answer questions you may have regarding pre-school
There will also be some light refreshments available (for a small charge), children are welcome too!
           We look forward to seeing you all at ABC
“Staff have high expectations of children’s achievements. They skilfully know when to allow children to try things for themselves and when to step in to offer support and guidance. All children are keen to join in with the enjoyable and challenging activities. 
Children are supported well to develop a growing awareness of how to keep themselves healthy and manage reasonable risks. Staff provide them with rich opportunities to gain practical skills.
Staff take time to find out about children’s specific needs and often draw on the expertise of parents and outside professionals. In particular, this helps them to offer carefully tailored support to meet the needs of children with special educational needs and /or disabilities” – Ofsted Inspector

Find out more about our clubs:

Free Time