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Providing high quality childcare and education for children to nursery age.

Our Intent

Our aim is to provide a relaxed atmosphere with a stimulating learning environment free from discrimination where children can learn through play and are made to feel happy, safe and valued as individuals. The staff at Flamstead End Preschool are highly qualified and motivated. They bring a wide range of experience to the setting which is vital to our excellent reputation. We pride ourselves on working closely in partnership with our parents and carers, we greatly value their help, support and contribution. Flamstead End Preschool is committed to providing equal opportunities for all children and their families. Our activities and resources offer the children a chance to explore new experiences and extend their skills in all seven areas of learning and development within the Early Years curriculum. All children have the opportunity to …

  • Learn in a safe and stimulating environment.
  • Enjoy and explore and learn through their experiences.
  • Develop through activities which encourage physical, emotional and mental development.
  • Play, work and learn together, making a positive contribution to their learning community.
  • Develop self-confidence and increased independence.
  • Develop their fine and gross motor skills through fun purposeful activities.
  • Be creative through song, music, art and role play.


For admission information please click here.


Session Times

Monday to Friday (term time only)

8:45 - 11:45

12:30 - 3:30


The New Early Years Reforms

After reading the Early Years Reforms information above you might like to find out more about one of the Educational Programmes we used as guidance to create our own curriculum. 

The Department for Education has published a new guide for parents, produced by Sheringham Nursery School and Children’s Centre – ‘What to Expect in the Early Years Foundation Stage’ (formally called ‘What to Expect When’) which guides parents and carers through what to expect in their child’s development. It aligns with guidance given to schools to help practitioners and parents. Please click on the link below to view the document. 

What to expect in the EYFS


Ofsted Report 2015Learning in Pre-school

Talking about learning at Pre-School

Busy Fingers 


50 Things To Do Before You're 5

50 Things is an exciting initiative that supports children’s learning at home. It is inspired by parents and carers with each activity developed by Early Years experts and language specialists to create a fabulous resource for families.

More information can be found here 50-things-intrroduction-letter-pdf.pdf


BBC’s Tiny Happy People

Please find below links to the BBC’s Tiny Happy People webpage.

On the site you will find advice and activities for children 0-5. The links listed below focus on communication and maths for Preschool age children.

When do children learn to count?

Preschool development and language learning 

Indoor fun in Pre School

The children are provided with a range of activities that encourage exploration and the development of age related skills.

The staff work hard to ensure the children's needs and interests are met, and each child is supported to reach their full potential.

To see more photographs from Pre School click here

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Outdoors in Pre School

To see more photographs of the Pre School exploring outside click here

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Exploring Winter

The children spent time exploring the winter season. They heard stories about seasonal weather and characters who like, or do not like, the cold. They talked about they own safety during the cold months and how they could keep warm. The children explored winter through arts and craft activities.

For more winter photographs click here

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Autumn activities in Pre School

During the autumnal months the Pre School children have commented on changes in their environment and explore colour, texture and develop their language and communication skills through activities link to this theme.

For more autumn pictures click here

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