Ladybirds Nursery and Pre-School at Bishops Itchington Primary School
Welcome to our Ladybirds' Preschool where we provide a stimulating and supportive environment for young children to grow and develop. We have a vibrant outdoor learning area where the children love to play and learn. The children also learn in our exciting Forest School, which they absolutely love. We accept children from the age of two years and nine months, to four years old.
We offer 15 hours' Government-funded, free provision for children from the term after their third birthday. Your child may qualify for 30 hours of government funding. If you are interested in your child taking up the opportunity of these hours, please use the link below to see if you are eligible: https://www.gov.uk/30-hours-free-childcare
Ladybirds is a community preschool in a wonderful rural location which forms part of Bishops Itchington Primary School. The nursery occupies a beautiful building at the back of the school playground which used to be the school itself! Children at Ladybirds enjoy an excellent transition into the Reception Class at the school.
We are open from 9am-3pm. The day is split into a morning session that runs from 9am-12pm and the afternoon session that runs from 12pm-3pm. Your child can attend a session or the full week if you choose. We are flexible with our sessions and there is no minimum requirement. If you wish your child to join our Ladybirds Nursery community, please contact us to register your child's name and details.
Visits to the Nursery are welcomed. Please phone Ladybirds on 01926 614300 to arrange this.
The team at Ladybirds have a wealth of experience in Early Years and are always available to make sure families are supported and that children enjoy their time at Ladybirds.
Seems so happy and content and looks forward to going!
Thank you for everything you do.
All staff are polite and friendly and are working extremely hard, particularly in these difficult circumstances.
We are grateful to all the staff at Ladybirds for continuing to provide quality face to face provision during this lockdown.
Staff have all been great and were very patient and supportive helping to settle in my son when he first started, always finding toys/activities that they knew he would like to encourage him to come in.