The preschool provides care and education to children aged 2 to 5 years from 08:45am – 15:15pm, Monday to Friday, during term times.

The preschool offers both the universal 15 hours free early years funding and the extended 30 hours funding to all eligible 3 and 4 year olds. For more information, please visit:  or contact us on 01473 718296 (option 1)

We also offer 15 hours funded sessions for 2 year olds.  To check if your child is eligible for this visit:

Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP):  In past years, ABC has used the additional funding provided by the EYPP to provide in-setting training to our staff, purchased resource for parents, such as the  ‘What to expect and when?’ booklet and support eligible parent with the cost of trips and outings.  The additional funding received also enables us to provide an additional member of staff to working with the children in small groups.

Breakfast Club:

Pre-school Children over the age of three are more than welcome to attend the Breakfast Club. Operating Monday to Friday from 8am

Do not forget to  name all your child’s clothing, footwear, bags and lunch boxes.

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Please click here for a copy of: ABC Prospectus 2018-2019 There is a registration form attached.

Here is our beautiful tree, with decorations made by the children, on display at St Mary Le Tower’s 2018 Christmas Tree Festival.  Doesn’t it look fabulous!

Term Dates 2019/2020

Autumn Term 2019

Start of Term Thursday 5th September

Half Term Monday 21st to Friday 25th October

End of Term Thursday 19th December

Spring Term 2020

Start of Term Tuesday 7th January

Half Term Monday 17th February to Friday 21st February

End of Term Thursday 2nd April

“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
“As soon as I walked into ABC I knew that it was where I wanted my son to come to pre-school. The staff are so friendly and engaged with the children. I just love the commitment of everyone at ABC and I couldn’t be happier with my choice. I know they have my child’s best interests at heart.” – EC, Parent

“The children from ABC generally arrive in Reception with confidence and independence. They demonstrate a love of learning, the ability to persevere and solve problems and show good mathematical understanding. They have formed good friendships and show kindness and concern for the people around them.” – Mrs Ranson, Britannia Primary School Teacher