Horfield Welly Pre-school
Our shared goal is: To work in partnership with parents and families to provide children with an early years' experience which is nurturing, stimulating, challenging and most importantly fun.
Horfield Welly is an Ofsted registered, "pack away" setting operating from Horfield Parish Church Hall from Tuesday-Fridays from 9.15-1.00pm. We also run a toddler group in the hall on Mondays from 10am - 11:30am, term time only.
We are a registered charity, overseen by a volunteer, parent-led Pre-school Committee. This means that all session fees and money raised through our fundraising events go directly back into enriching the children’s learning and development.
Horfield Welly Pre-school offers a safe, nurturing environment for children aged 2-4 years, in which each individual child is recognised, valued and supported to achieve their potential through meaningful play experiences.
All our equipment and resources have been carefully chosen for their play and learning potential. Our free flowing space from indoors to outdoors ensures that those children who learn best through active movement can thrive too.
If you’re looking for a lovely local setting for your child please get in touch, we would be delighted to show you around and help you with any questions you might have about joining the Welly family.
Term Dates 2022/2023
Term 1: Tues 6th Sept - Fri 21st Oct
Term 2: Tues 1st Nov - Fri 16th Dec
Term 3 :Tues 3rd Jan - Fri 10th Feb
Term 4 :Tues 21st Feb - Fri 31st Mar
Term 5: Tues 18th Apr - Fri 26th May
Term 6 : Tues 6th Jun - Fri 14th Jul
Term Dates 2023/2024
Term 1: Tues 5th Sept - Fri 20th Oct
Term 2: Tues 31st Oct - Wed 13th Dec
Term 3 :Tues 2nd Jan - Fri 9th Feb
Term 4 :Tues 20th Feb - Thu 28th Mar
Term 5: Tues 16th Apr - Fri 24th May
Term 6 : Tues 4th Jun - Thu 18th Jul
Tuesday to Friday
09:15 - 13:00
Term time only
Horfield Parish Church Hall
"The Manager and staff are extremely skilled and dedicated. They provide a wealth of rich and varied learning experiences for all children. Staff have high expectations of what children can do.
They meticulously plan a highly effective educational programme.
Staff take into account children's interests and continually build on what they already know to help children, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), make the best possible progress."
You can find the full report here.