Admissions Open Now!

We are currently open for new admissions for September 2018 onwards. If your child is 2 or above we would love to hear from you. We currently have spaces every day as we have increased our opening hours and child numbers. We are also operating a waiting list for academic year 2019/20 so please do not delay. Please contact us if you wish to have have a tour and meet the team.


Harrys Mum – 2018

My son has been attending since November 2016 to date (2018). Leaving him in the care of someone apart from close family was a huge thing for me, I really struggle with separation from him but knew I would have to do it sometime.
The settling was strongly recommend to us so I decided to go and have a look around (it’s not even a near by setting for us but wanted to send my son to the right place). After feeling so welcome I knew it was a place I wanted to send him.
The whole team were fantastic when it came to settling him in, they Continue reading “Harrys Mum – 2018”


Clare & Alex Twin Boys – 2017

My twin boys have been at Preston pre-school since January 2016 .From the moment they started to present I can’t praise the staff enough , they allowed us to visit many times and we could stay for as long as we wanted . They listened to all my worries and concerns and reassured me they could cater for my boys . The staff at pre school are fantastic and are very friendly , they communicate well and always add photos and videos off my children on tapestry (a online learning journal ), they go above and beyond making sure my boys have the best time , they even buy in “free from ” foods so my boys don’t miss out . One of my children has a disability Continue reading “Clare & Alex Twin Boys – 2017”


Wilf’s Mum & Dad 2017

“Our son has cerebral palsy and global developmental delay. He has extensive mobility problems and has no speech, finding it difficult to communicate his needs. He requires constant supervision both for his own safety and for his personal care and wellbeing. One-to-one support from his key-worker is what makes it possible for our son to attend a mainstream preschool. As his parents, we were incredibly nervous about sending our son to a preschool and haven’t made the decision lightly.
We have been impressed by Continue reading “Wilf’s Mum & Dad 2017”