Long Wittenham Pre-School

Welcome to Long Wittenham Pre-School​

An Ofsted Good Rated Pre-School​

Develop and Grow

A friendly village Pre-School for children aged 2 To 4 Years offering the chance to develop and grow at their own pace in a safe, stimulating and exciting environment both indoors and out.

About Us

Our experienced, qualified and dedicated team pride themselves on bringing out the best in every child through focusing on building up close relationships with the children and offering focused and varied activities.

Typical Day

We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Statutory Framework. We usually link our activities under a termly theme. Regular activities include music, dance and song, arts and crafts, cooking and cultural celebrations.


The best way for you to see the Pre-School in action is to come along for a visit. We will show you around the Pre-School and if your child feels comfortable s/he can join the other children in play time.

What Ofsted Say about us

“Staff make good use of their observations to plan stimulating activities to successfully support children’s learning. They are quick to respond to children’s interests and assess their progress well.”

“Staff care for children in an exceptional way. Children form excellent close relationships with staff and thrive in a warm and caring environment. Strong emotional attachments have a positive effect on the way children develop their independence.”

“Staff provide a stimulating environment and well-timed interactions to effectively support children’s developing communication skills…”

-Ofsted, Sep 2017

What Parents Say about us

“Friendly and welcoming staff that our son adores to be with. They take great care of him and we feel comfortable leaving him in their capable hands.”

“Wonderful pre-school, lovely staff & my daughter loves it here & I’m sure my son will too when he joins in September.”

Friendly local preschool and our son loves his time there”

“My daughter loves this pre-school! So much more personal than the larger nursery she went to. Less expensive too because it’s a not for profit charity rather than a money making scheme”