Woodham Mortimer Pre-School welcomes children from age 2 to school age. We cater for a range of needs and requirements by offering a variety of session times.

Children are welcome to attend for as many or as few sessions per week as they/you wish (subject to availability).


Pre-School Session Times / Fees

We are open 5 days a week and our usual hours are 9.00am-3.00pm.

Snack Fees will be charged at 50p per session and a whole day session will be £1.00.

Monday incl. lunch  9.00 – 12.00 3 £17
Monday pm (No lunch)  12.00 – 3.00 3 £17 X
Monday All day  9.00 – 3.00 6 £34.00
Tuesday incl. lunch  9.00 – 12.00  3 £17
Tuesday pm (No lunch)  12.00 – 3.00  3 £17 X
Tuesday All day  9.00 – 3.00  6 £34.00
Wednesday incl. lunch 9.00 – 12.00  3 £17
Wednesday pm (No lunch)  12.00 – 3.00  3 £17 X
Wednesday All day  9.00 – 3.00  6 £34.00
Thursday incl. lunch  9.00 – 12.00  3 £17
Thursday pm (No lunch)  12.00 – 3.00  3 £17 X
Thursday All day  9.00 – 3.00  6 £34.00
Friday incl. lunch  9.00 – 12.00  3 £17
Friday pm (No lunch)  12.00 – 3.00  3 £17 X
Friday All day  9.00 – 3.00  6 £34.00


We accept payment by BACS transfer, cheque made payable to Woodham Mortimer Pre-School, cash or Childcare Vouchers. If you wish to pay by Childcare Vouchers, please contact us for information.


Government Funding

The term after your child’s third birthday, he/she will be entitled to government funding for up to 15 hours per week for up to 38 weeks per year. We do also accept 30 hours funding and the new 2 year funding. 

Afternoon Sessions

During these sessions we aim to provide activities which will further enhance the learning process including activities encouraging letter and number recognition, opportunities to practice writing their name and focusing on creativity through music, movement and art.

The Pre-School helps to lay the foundation of reading, in many ways, by showing children how to hold a book correctly, how to turn the pages and follow the text from left to right and encouraging them to predict what will happen on the next page or to make up an ending. Your child is able to borrow a book of his/her choice to enjoy at home if he/she wishes (there is no pressure for a child to read a book). We ask parents to return the borrowed book after a week.