Set in the heart of Comberton, our Ofsted-rated “Good” Playgroup has been caring for children aged 2 to 5 years from the local community for the past 50 years. We are open Monday – Friday from 8 am to 4 pm during school term time. We can offer the full Government funded 30 hours across our morning and afternoon sessions.
January 2021 update: Following the latest government announcements on national lockdown, we remain open as usual for our normal sessions and times for all children. We currently have spaces available for some sessions, please get in touch to find out more. Please note that due to current Covid-19 measures, we cannot currently allow parents into the building; however, we will be offering a ‘video walk around’ by appointment. Please phone or email to arrange an appointment, and we will be happy to show around via Zoom.
We were delighted to receive an Ofsted rating of ‘Good’ for our quality and standards of the early years provision, in our latest inspection in March 2019. Please click here to see our current and past inspection reports.
New Prospectus coming soon – download the relevant information here!
Read our latest Newsletter – Jan 2021 newsletter
Our COVID-19 Test and Trace guidance explains what to expect if the setting is notified of a possible or confirmed case of coronavirus in the setting (January 2021). Please click here to download: Test and Trace guidance
This half term Blue & Green room will be focusing on shape recognition. We will be going on walks around the building and the playground pointing out everyday shapes in the environment. This is something you too can do at home, when out on…
Huge thanks to Rachel’s husband Rob, who has done so much work recently to improve our facilities at playgroup, in particular putting together this upgraded mud kitchen with a fantastic new sink area.
During the lockdown, we stayed open for children of keyworkers and were delighted to be able to support our parents this way. We reopened for all children on June 8th, dividing into two bubbles and implementing new routines to reduce the risk of transmission….