All staff are DBS checked and receive regular First Aid and Child Protection training. Most staff are qualified to at least NVQ level 3 or are training for qualifications.
Our fees are highly competitive for the area.
From September 2019 our fees will be:
£5.20 per hour for two year olds, until the term after they turn 3 and become eligible for the Universal Free Entitlement of 15 hours funded childcare.
Then £4.70 per hour from the term after they turn 3 for any hours taken in addition to Free Entitlement.
3-4 year olds (from the term after their 3rd birthday) and eligible 2 year olds receive up to 15 hours of funded childcare.
We also offer the Additional 15 hours of funded childcare to eligible children subject to availability.
We accept employers' Childcare Vouchers and are registered as a provider of the Tax-Free Childcare scheme.
Autumn Term 2019
Wednesday 4th September - Tuesday 17th December
Half Term Monday 28th October - Friday 1st November
Spring Term 2020
Wednesday 8th January - Tuesday 31st March
Half Term Monday 17th February - Friday 21st February
Summer Term 2020
Monday 20th April - Friday 17th July
Bank Holiday Friday 8th May
Half Term Monday 25th May - Friday 29th May
Monday Morning 9am – 12pm +optional lunch until 1pm or Afternoon* 12 – 4pm or Full day* 9am – 4pm
Tuesday Morning 9am – 12pm +optional lunch until 1pm or Afternoon 12 – 4pm or Full day 9am – 4pm
Wednesday Morning 9am – 12pm +optional lunch until 1pm or Afternoon 12 – 4pm or Full day 9am – 4pm
Thursday 9am – 12pm +optional lunch session until 2:30pm
Friday 9am – 12pm +optional lunch session until 2:30pm
**The afternoon and also therefore a full day on Monday is only for children who are in their final pre-school year.
For information on admissions or to arrange a visit, please contact Wonersh Pre-School where staff will be glad to help. You can contact us via our online form, here.
United Reform Church
Wonersh Common Road
Phone (during sessions)
"We are so pleased that our son has attended your lovely Pre-School and believe that the daily practicing of register, encouragement to change his own clothes/shoes, the queuing system for going out, exercising his manners and generally gaining social skills have all helped to prepare him for school."
"The children get to do lots of activities but at their own pace. They are taught but in a relaxed and caring way."