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Our Focus for October-December 2017 In The Dark & Christmas

  • Children to come in dressed in their Halloween Costumes

  • Children to Make & Decorate Spider Biscuits

  • Talk to the children about Firework safety

  • Paint Firework pictures for a ceiling display

  • Our Dark Den & Sensory Equipment in role play

  • Decorate stars & moons for den & hang from ceiling

  • Children's Drawings for our Nativity programme

  • Practise for our Nativity Story & Songs

  • Children's Wall display of our Nativity

  • Children to make their own table decoration

  • Children to make, & walk out, to post their own Christmas cards

  • Parents in for a coffee & mince pie

  • Our Nativity & Christmas Party









  • CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS 22nd December - 8th January 2018
    Re open TUESDAY 9TH JANUARY 2018 (CLOSED MONDAY 8TH DUE TO STAFF TRAINING)

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    About Peacock Preschool


    Judged OUSTANDING in June 2017!

    Hello and thank you for visiting our website.

    Our Preschool is a long-standing establishment on the hill slopes of Drayton. Occupied by caring qualified staff working in a friendly environment for children from two years to school age.

    Our opening hours are:

    Monday09:00 - 15:00
    Tuesday09:00 - 15:00
    Wednesday09:00 - 15:00
    Thursday09:00 - 15:00
    Friday09:00 - 15:00
              (term time only)

    We provide healthy nutritious snacks throughout the day as well as having the option of lunchtime sessions. Excellent learning reasources are always available including a spacious garden with vegetable patch and sensory area.

    All childcare vouchers are accepted.

    Please explore our website and do not hesitate to get in touch with us for any more information or to arrange a visit.

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    Website designed & created by Richard Swain.
    Photography by Richard Swain.