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Pre School

Our wonderful staff are highly qualified in early years care and ensure all Little Foxes children can learn and develop through stimulating, play-led activities in a safe environment. The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework forms the basis of all we do; and we ensure we make it fun! All of our activities centre around the needs of the individual children, with careful planning ensuring that children make good progress against all seven areas of learning in the EYFS.


As well as our extensive range of indoor toys and resources we have our own outdoor area complete with mud kitchen and wet weather gear to ensure we get outside as much as possible. Little Foxes also have access to parts of the primary school such as the field, playground and school hall giving the children a variety of areas to explore and learn in. We are also starting sessions using the Forest School Area in John Moore Primary School.

We maintain close links with The John Moore School and all other local primary schools to ensure we give the children the best possible start to their education and that they are ready for school when they leave us.

Little Foxes is central to the local community with parents and carers encouraged to play an active part at the setting, including stay and play sessions. Playgroup isn’t just for the children, it is a place where parents and carers can make new friends and find support.

Breakfast Club

We are open every school day from 7.45am – 8:30am.

Breakfast Club is located in our building where we offer breakfast and a range of fun activities before we escort children over the school

gates. The main aim of breakfast club is to provide a secure environment where the children can enjoy a healthy and sociable breakfast together.


After School Club

We are open every school day from 3:10pm – 5:30pm


We are primarily located in the Little Foxes building and we make can good use of the school hall, playgrounds (including the trim trail!) and playing fields. We offer a wide variety of play activities including arts and crafts, sports, den building, role play, seasonal parties, cooking, and a Wii. A quiet area is available if the children want to do their homework.


Children are offered a snack on arrival alongside a fruit alternative; the snack is not designed to replace dinner but to keep the children’s energy levels up until they are collected. Fresh water is available to drink throughout the session.

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