Little Cherubs Preschool Bebington
Children can join our preschool in Bebington from age 2 years 6 months. We have three intakes each year - they are in September, January & April.
If your child is already attending our nursery at approx. 2 yrs, 6 months they will make a smooth transition to our preschool. Our preschool in Bebington is located on the first floor and has three base rooms. They all offer continuous provision and free flow access. Children can move freely from room to room following their interests.
What Makes Us Special
Preschool is all about learning through play and activities that allow children to develop at their own pace. Whether your child is finger painting, building a block tower, or singing with other children, preschool helps your child increase their experiences, abilities and confidence. Our preschool curriculum offers indoor and outdoor learning experiences, as well as opportunities for individual and group play.
As our little ‘big’ children grow we start to focus on school readiness, the next stage in their journey. School readiness may not be what you think it is. It is not about sitting at a table writing your name or reciting a number roll, it’s much more holistic.
We are of course registered with Ofsted and the Local Authority to offer preschool education which means you can access funded hours with us.
15 Hours Free Childcare & 30 Hours Chilacre
Childcare Funded Hours
We accept all funding for 2, 3 & 4 year olds with 15 hours free childcare or 30 hours funding. We offer term time attendance or you can stretch the funding to attend all year round. Speak to our team for more information during your visit.
For children joining our preschool at 2 years 6 months we offer sessions from 9am-12pm and 12.30pm-3.30pm until they turn 3 years old and receive their funded hours.
Quality Preschool Care Bebington
We have a uniform in our preschool of grey trousers or skirt/pinafore with red polo short, sweatshirt, jumper or cardigan. You do not need to purchase these items from us although we do hold a small stock. This is not compulsory but we find our little ones like it and it gives them a great sense of belonging.