'Our son has flourished in this environment and on the days when he doesn’t attend, asks when he’s next back in. Staff are incredibly friendly and there’s plenty of feedback given both in person and over the online programme. Lots of outdoor time, activities and fun visitors - we couldn’t be happier’
eyLog is an interactive online record of your child's early years development. Preschool staff regularly record observations and upload photos. Parents are invited to access their child's profile at anytime, keeping up to date with their progress. Parents are also encouraged to add their own information and photographs which helps to build an overall picture of each child's development.
We prefer all children at Aspley Guise Preschool to wear uniform. Click on the link below to place your order.
Aspley Guise Pre-School welcomes children who are funded by the local authority as well as those whose attendance is funded by parents.
For more information about whether your child is eligible for local authority funding please visit the link below.
Special Educational Needs (SEND)
Aspley Guise Pre-School welcomes children who are identified as having special education needs.
Information about what we offer to these children, can be found here.
To read our policy for supporting children with Special Educational Needs, please click here.
Further information can be found on the Central Bedfordshire Council Website, see link below.
Aspley Guise Pre-School received a 'Good' rating following our last Ofsted inspection. Comments received included the following:
"Children's behaviour is consistently good. They form close relationships with their key person and are secure and settled... Children have a wide range of opportunities to develop their physical skills."
"Children have high levels of emotional intelligence. They can read the feelings and emotions of others.... Children make good progress in their learning and development. They are confident, highly sociable and willing to learn..."
"Children are well prepared for starting school."
To read the full report please click the link below.