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Pre School
Alphabet Pre-School
We are a small, rural pre-school based at in the village hall in Easton (5 minutes from Wells).   We provide day-time sessional care, during term time. We take children from 2½ to just under 5.  As we are based in an old school building, we have an excellent and secure outdoor play area, with climbing equipment and the run of the old school playground.  

We believe in developing children’s confidence and independence, in a quiet and nurturing atmosphere.  Our staff are dedicated and experienced.  

We have had a good Ofsted report recently.

We have an active committee and have forged close links with the local community.  We are the  “feeder” pre-school for St Lawrence’s, Westbury-sub-Mendip.  We have flexible admission arrangements, and children attending our pre-school come from a wide area.  

We are open on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 9.00 am to 12.30pm.  There is a hand-over session between 9.00 and 9.15am.  Sessions currently cost £8.00 (this is subject to change).

We have ample parking facilities and we are only a 5 minute drive from Wells.  

For more information, or for a copy of our prospectus, please ring or text Sian Grange on 07549 050455 or visit the Alphabet Pre-School website .

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