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Sunbeams Pre-School

After an Ofsted inspection carried out on 2nd March, 2011, the overall quality of the provision provided by  Sunbeams St. Nicholas was deemed to be OUTSTANDING!

Sunbeams Pre-School welcomes children from the age of two to five. The leaders provide stimulating, fun experiences on a large variety of fixed and mobile play equipment, both indoors and out in our fabulous, fenced, all-weather garden. The truly committed staff members are well trained and qualified in early years presentation and work hard to encourage children to learn through play. Sunbeams Pre-School has an excellent reputation and the key workers take time to build strong relationships with families to ensure children settle and excel in their development.
Fees are £4.25 an hour.  The morning session runs from 9.00am to 12.00pm (3 hours) and afternoon session between 12.30pm to 3.30pm (3 hours).
Also available is the chance for your child to attend the daily lunch club, charged at £2.00, which runs from 12.30 to 1.00pm.

2 year old funding can be applied for if your child is entitled to free school meals.  All 3 year olds are entitled to attend for up to 15 hours each week, free of charge.
For further information, an application form or to arrange a visit to see Sunbeams in operation, please contact Sharon Doherty at 07904122292  or Jody on 07581 458583 or by e-mail to sunbeamspreschool@hotmail.co.uk..  To contact the main office please call 01438 353746

Testimonials

"My daughter enjoyed going so much she practically became full time. She enjoyed messy play, digging for worms – loved the sandpit! I think it’s a lovely place for children to experience play, ‘doing all the things we parents don’t like doing at home."

Mr. Friar


"My Grandson has attended Sunbeams since he was two and loves every day. The staff have taken really good care of him and he is always happy when I collect him at the end of the day. The garden at Sunbeams St Nicholas is their biggest asset, the children can play out all year round and bring their wellies to play out doors if its wet"

C. Murphy