Longworth preschool is a small, thriving, rural preschool with a friendly atmosphere for children aged 2 years and upwards, until they start their journey at school.
Longworth preschool is a small, thriving, rural preschool with a friendly atmosphere for children aged 2 years and upwards, until they start their journey at school. We are a registered charity managed by a voluntary committee of parents.
We open Monday - Friday 9am - 3pm, following Oxfordshire County Council term dates. We have availability for 2 year funded, 15 hour funding and 30 hour funded children, with extra fee paying sessions also available.
The preschool is situated in the village of Longworth, between Witney and Abingdon. We work very closely with Longworth Primary School and are proud to be an established Partnership Foundation Stage Unit. This partnership is one of very few that exists in the country and is formal recognition of our shared approach to planning and resources, joint teaching and story times, all focused on making the move from preschool to school a natural, enjoyable and stress-free process for every child.
We take children from the surrounding area including, Appleton, Buckland, Marcham, Hinton Waldrist, Southmoor, Fyfield and Faringdon but welcome children from all locations.
Our Vision Statement
To provide a happy and safe community preschool for the children to be their best, with the best.
To ensure secure attachments between the staff and the children to be able to enjoy their play learning above and beyond, offering challenge and new experiences to explore and delight.
To empower the children to be independent learners and have confidence to be what ever they want to be.
We want your children to thrive.
We enable teachable moments through play...We have our own specially built premises designed to allow children to safely enjoy learning through play. We are proud to have a very highly qualified team. This allows children the benefits of individual care and attention from familiar, trusted, Early Years Professionals. Each child has their own key person helping them settle in and offering ongoing support to the child and their family.