St Joseph's Pre-School


St. Joseph’s Pre School caters for children aged 2 years 9 months to 4 years and is situated within St Joseph's Primary School grounds. They have two large classrooms that are allocated to the sole use of the pre-school and use the school facilities as part of their curriculum including the school hall for music and physical activities, the Well for prayer and activities, and the library for stories. The pre-school can admit up to 36 children in each session.

Opening hours are Monday to Friday 8.45am to 3.15pm during term time.
Children may attend for a morning or afternoon session or for the whole day.

Session times are:
Morning Session 8.45am-11.45am
Afternoon Session 12.15pm–3.15 pm

For more information, please visit their website and view their admissions pack.

About St Joseph’s Child Care Group

St. Joseph’s Child Care Group is a registered charity and provides quality child care for children aged 3 months to 11 years at St Joseph's Day Nursery, St Joseph's Pre-School, the Breakfast Club, Teatime Club and Holiday Club. The Child Care Group is an independent body and attendance at any of the settings will not automatically gain entry into St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Government funding can be obtained once your child turns two, if certain criteria are met. After your child has turned three, you will be eligible for Government Funding.

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St Joseph’s Child Care Group





Bridge Road
Hampshire GU11 3DD

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