We now have two selfie boards outside the entrance. please feel free to snap your little ones in front of our boards and if your share on social media feel free to tag us

A BIG thank you to everyone who joined in on our Christmas Jumper Day, we raised over £50 and bought lots of food essentials which will go towards helping families this Christmas at Alice Charity

Walk through our 7 spooky rooms and trick or treat the scary staff, lots of treats up for grabs along with a few tricks , each child should receive at least 6 bags of sweeties.

crafting and messy play on offer along with a spooky disco at the end , tickets are just £2.50 available at reception. Limited tickets due to capacity. Dont miss out, its going to be spooktacular


We now have a brand new lending library in our reception area.

Children can now borrow books and share the story at home with their parents, then bring back when they are finished and take another home

We still have a few remaining funded spaces left in our Nursery for September 2019. If you know anyone with a child who is 2/3 years old before 1st September 2019 and is looking for a Nursery place, please tell them to get in touch with our Office on 01782 799440. We can offer 15 and 30 hour places.

Qualifying 2 year olds are entitled to 15 hours free childcare , to apply simply follow the link, your chosen childcare setting will just need the letter you receive back with the code on it.


Qualifying 3 year olds are entitled 30 hours free childcare, although every 3 year old is entitled to 15 hours regardless of income , to apply for the 30 hours funding please follow the following link, again all we need is the code from the letter you received by post or email.


We are pleased to announce we have now been awarded sun safe status
We have been awarded Sun Safe Nursery Status for implementing the Sun Safe Nursery policy and teaching by:

  • Informing all parents/guardians of the scheme and the importance of providing appropriate sun hats and quality sunscreen
  • Providing all parents/guardians sun safety information to read and retain whilst advising on the importance of role modelling
  • Ensuring all nursery staff act as Sun Safe role models
  • Ensuring all children are taught the basic elements of Sun Safety, with messages regularly reinforced

We recognise that together we have a duty of care to ensure that our children grow up with sufficient knowledge of sun safety and that our children are, as far as possible, protected against the sun’s harmful rays whilst in our care.