Bevois Town Community Pre-school opened in 1994. It operates from a detached classroom within the grounds of Bevois Town Primary School, Southampton. It is run by a voluntary parent committee and serves the local community. The pre-school is registered to care for 38 children per session, and there are currently 65 children aged from 2 to 5 years on roll.

The pre-school supports children with learning difficulties and, or, disabilities and children who speak English as an additional language. There is sessional and extended day care provision. The setting opens for five mornings and five afternoons a week during school term time, with optional care offered during the lunchtime period.


Important notices

Dear Parents and Carers,

The school photographer will be here on Friday 1st March 2019. Please see your child's key person if you do not wish your child to have their photo taken.

Sickness

If your child is either sick, or has diarrhoea, please keep them at home for 48 hours after the last bout of either sickness or diarrhoea.
Please can I ask you to inform the Pre-School as soon as possible, if your child comes down with chicken pox or has the cold or flu type symptoms before chicken pox spots tend to show.

Thank you for your help with this matter.

Kind regards,

Diane Taylor

Testimonials

My son has loved coming to see all the teachers and friends. He has achieved a lot and has made friendships. Thank you very much. (Mrs Dobiecki)

Overall I am giving 10/10, the nicest and most polite people we could get to work with our daughter. Many Thanks. (Mr Foncesa)

The nursery has been a great place for my daughter's development mentally and daily life skills.(Mr Kambarami)

Our son has had a wonderful time here and we're so pleased with his development that we are glad he came here.(Mr Lebbern-Ward)

We are really pleased with our daughter's amazing progress and development. We can't thank you enough for how you have looked after her and enabled her to become the lovely girl she is. Thank you for working with us on her journey. (Mr Gibson)

One of our parents kindly baked us all a cake at the end of term. Thank you very much!