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Stay, Play and Learn
Busy Mums and Dads
• Do you need to meet a friend for lunch?
• Put time aside to work out?
• Do you have appointments?
• Are you attending a course?
All that would be easier if your child is being taken care of in a caring fun and stimulating environment !
A new and unique addition to First Steps First Preschool offering “Stay, Play and Learn drop-in Crèche” with a schedule of choice time, story time and snack time.
Children ages 2 to 5 years of age can attend for 2-4 hours Monday trough to Friday mornings 8:30AM – 12:30PM.
As well as on Mondays and Friday Afternoon 12:30PM – 3:30PM
We accept children for a minimum of 2 hours
Discounts are available for siblings, and additional fees apply for children who are not potty trained.
We at First Steps First holds the highest Preschool standards and goals for all our children and now with our new added facility offering of a flexible schedule for busy families giving you the option of new and unique “Stay, Play and Learn drop-in Crèche” drop in for your last-minute needs, your child may attend for any two, three, or four-hour sessions or you can sign up for Preschool two days a week to every day of the week.
Please give us a call 01628 483111 contact Susan For further information or to arrange a visit to our outstanding setting or email us on
We are now collecting boxes to donate to the "Onecan Trust".
We are very pround of Ofsted's Outstanding recognition, and we would like to thank all the Parents for their support.
This provision is outstanding
The pre-school is a hidden gem. The manager trains, coaches and inspires her staff, students and volunteers to provide very high levels of teaching and care. Children's laughter frequently adds sparkle to their unyielding pleasure in learning.
The manager and her staff are highly reflective and have particularly high standards for their practice. Their astute self-evaluation leads to constant improvements across the pre-school.
The manager speaks four languages fluently and she, and her staff, understand others. They are exceptionally skilled in settling young children who do not speak English. Children who are learning two or three languages simultaneously and children whose language is delayed due to poor hearing rapidly catch up with their speech and early literacy skills.
Staff are extremely kind and caring. Children form exceptionally warm and secure relationships with staff and with each other. They are extremely confident and eager to try new activities.
Children quickly become very independent. Staff put experiences in place which develop children's confidence in their own abilities. From an early age, children are curious to explore further and persevere with challenges.