Our Pre-School is a caring and friendly setting where children aged 2-4 years can freely explore and learn about the world around them through play. Peapod offers a range of experiences both indoors and outdoors, where children have the opportunity to take risks, challenge themselves and to become enquiring and critical thinkers within a safe and nurturing environment.
Our Pre-School is a caring and friendly setting where children aged 2-4 years can freely explore and learn about the world around them through play.
At Peapod Pre-School we are passionate about supporting children’s wellbeing and are committed to providing them with enriching opportunities and interactions that support their natural curiosity, growing independence and individuality.
At Peapod we are extremely lucky to have a fantastic outdoor space that includes a well-equipped playground including small and large-scale climbing equipment and slides and an expansive nature garden and vegetable patch.
Looking After Your Child
Your child's Key Person will be one of your main contacts at Peapod.
Learning & Development
Find out how we support your child's progress at Peapod.
Offers advice, support and experiences based around communication.
A record of your child’s experiences and progress during their time with us.
Sometimes a child needs extra help to reach their developmental potential.
Information to answer your queries.
"Hope has thrived during her time at Peapod. It has instilled both confidence and curiosity in her. She's always keen to share what she's been up to after a day at preschool."
“Peapod Preschool has been a wonderful experience for my child, who is now looking forward to starting school. The staff are brilliant and my child loved spending time there.”
'Both my children look forward to their Peapod days and run in with a smile on their faces. It's such a happy, nurturing environment and my children have thrived there.'
Rowan De Vroomen
"Thank you Fran, Sarah and the rest of the team for the best start to April's education. I could not have asked for more."