Bluebells preschool is a small and friendly setting for children from age 3 years. Our happy and stimulating preschool provides an excellent start to children's educational journey.

Established by the governors of Badby School in 2011, the setting shares the site with Badby School. Our preschool is very much part of the school community, joining in assemblies and taking part in key school events. Being part of a school setting enables children to settle more quickly in their Reception Year and supports transition between the two.

Our Preschool Team:

Heather Ryan - Preschool Leader

Claire Wall - Preschool assistant

Term One

How many nursery rhymes do I know?

To start the school year Bluebells will be diving into the world of nursery rhymes! Over the next few weeks we will be talking about Humpty Dumpty and why he keeps falling of walls, what made the little dog laugh and then try to solve the puzzle of where Jack and Jill actually wanted to go before they fell down the hill! To complete the term the children will finding out where the mouse ran to and just how many potatoes they can possibly count!

Important dates this term

Back at school- September 4th 2019

School Closes- October 25th 2019

Teacher Training Day- Monday 4th November 2019

All about reading!

Bluebells have been lucky enough to have been visited by the Year 5 children. The aim of the visits it to build the children's interest in reading as the older children read some of their favourite stories in the comfort of Bluebells.

School applications

The website for applying for a Primary School place in September 2020 is now active. Please click on the link for more information. The deadline in January 15th at 5pm.

The Hungry Caterpillar

The children have been exploring minibeast stories in a variety of ways this week. Through books at circle time, audio books, books through the CBeebies app and using finger puppets to further scaffold their story telling experience.

Fine motor control skills

The children have been on an important mission to capture the pom poms back from the jaws of the whisks, using tweezers to develop their co-ordination skills as they do so!