Welcome to Waltham Pre-School

We would like to welcome you and your family to Waltham Pre-School and Out of School Club, providing childcare and pre-school education for children aged 0-11 years in the village of Waltham in Grimsby and surrounding areas.

We are committed to providing the highest standards of childcare and pre-school education in a relaxed, caring and happy environment which is safe and secure and allows all children the opportunity to develop skills, concepts and knowledge through play.

Nursery

Our nursery caters for children aged six weeks to two years, with dedicated areas supporting babies to reach their first milestones.

Pre School

Providing childcare and pre-school education for children 2-11 years, developing skills, concepts and knowledge through play.

Holiday Club

During the school holidays we operate a Holiday Club for children aged 2-11 years. Morning sessions and full days available.

Breakfast Club

Breakfast sessions, including breakfast from 7.30AM Mon-Fri. Also available for children attending Waltham Leas Primary Academy.

Out Of School Club

For parents of 2-11 year olds who need some extra hours at the end of the day. Collection available from Waltham Leas Primary Academy.

School Trips

During the year we organise a variety of visits and trips for enrolled children to help them to learn more about our local community.

Nursery

Our nursery caters for children aged six weeks to two years, with dedicated areas supporting babies to reach their first milestones.

Pre School

Providing childcare and pre-school education for children 2-11 years, developing skills, concepts and knowledge through play.

Holiday Club

During the school holidays we operate a Holiday Club for children aged 2-11 years. Morning sessions and full days available.

Breakfast Club

Breakfast sessions, including breakfast from 7.30AM Mon-Fri. Also available for children attending Waltham Leas Primary Academy.

Out Of School Club

For parents of 2-11 year olds who need some extra hours at the end of the day. Collection available from Waltham Leas Primary Academy.

School Trips

During the year we organise a variety of visits and trips for enrolled children to help them to learn more about our local community.

Latest News

1 week ago

Armed Forces Weekend inspired our play in room 1 this week! ✈️ The children were able to talk about their experiences prompted by the lovely photographs sent in by parents and carers! THANK YOU ☺️ The children have also learnt two new songs 👇✈️ youtu.be/Ve5J-ygiYak?si=aYvmo-PwKdFYWn7i✈️ youtu.be/VNRNAloCb5Y?si=PEWZ4mKQtNaoM1rF ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

Room 2 have had a magical week of making wizard potions, 🧪 colour changing, feeling different textures and turning the princesses into different objects. The children have enjoyed a Princess Tea Party which we enhanced and turned into a group snack in the garden after making our very own crowns. 👑 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

The children in room 1 absolutely love our ‘Silly to Calm’ song and dance. We are very impressed with how they all participate especially with the special breathing we do! Please take a look and enjoy joining in with your children at home!youtu.be/29DQJWGwEnY?feature=shared ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Our book in room 1 last week was ‘how to catch a rainbow’ 🌈 We all became rainbow hunters for the week. 🌈 we made binoculars🌈 we made rainbow juice🌈 we used pencils to make marks in our notebooks🌈 we made rainbow volcanoes🌈 we made rainbow ice cream🌈 we used tweezers and magnifying glasses 🌈 our favourite activity was using the torches 🔦 🌱 🌺 Some of us visited the community planters last week too. We even got to ride on a bus which was amazing 🚌 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Room 2 have enjoyed letting their imaginations run wild this week, while exploring and expressing themselves through a variety of different role play activities, from painting and building their very own dragon, to feeling the textures of jelly dragon eggs.They have loved book of the week ‘There’s A Dragon In Your Book’ which has inspired lots of creative thinking and learning. 🐉 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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3 weeks ago

🌹 Waltham Parish Community adopt a planter scheme 2024 🌺 We have adopted two planters this year located on the junction of Fairway and Grimsby Road. The children in room 1 have been busy this morning decorating and planting the beautiful flowers. We will be taking good care of our planters throughout the summer. Look out for them when passing! 🌺 Our planters are in memory of a very special little friend ⭐️ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Room 1 couldn’t go without supporting our country in the Euros ⚽️ on Thursday. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Room 1 explored their 5 senses last week 👃 👂 🖐️ 👁️ 👅 Our activities were super smelly, super messy and super tasty as well as touching lots of things that felt very different. We made lots of noise with our musical instruments too. Here is our song we enjoyed learning!youtu.be/LNYwjDsCpT0?feature=shared ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Room 2 have had lots of fun in the sun; having picnics and problem solving in the water. The children have enjoyed exploring all dinosaur activities 🦖. They have taken a great interest in dinosaur shadow tracing, making good use of the beautiful sunshine ☀️ ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

Can the lost astronauts and alien find ‘The way back home’? This was the story of the week in Room 2. We have talked a lot about space and the moon, learning lots of new words such as gravity and crescent. We used biscuits to bite in half which was a fun way to learn what a full moon and half moon look like, and used our imaginations to build rockets and visit the moon in our role play. I wonder what kind of moon is in the sky tonight?, can your child tell you what type of moon it is? ... See MoreSee Less
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1 month ago

The past 2 weeks in Nursery, we have been learning about our sense of touch👆🏼 We have had plenty of sensory touch activities out for the children to explore. This ranges from spaghetti, gelly baff, shaving foam, pasta, lentils and mixtures of different materials.The children have also been creating hand prints in paint, splattering paint absolutely everywhere! They have also enjoyed looking at the ‘That’s not my...’ touch and feel books. The children have all really enjoyed exploring different materials and textures and are always keen to have a look at what is going on and touch everything!🖐🏼 ... See MoreSee Less
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Feedback From Parents

Parent

2024

It’s always a hard choice when choosing a Pre-School for your child but Waltham Pre-School made the transition so easy and are very reassuring. Thank you to the amazing team for all you have done for Child F.

 

Parent

2024

Room 1 staff are amazing. Child L is so happy and is thriving. Thank you for the interventions you have done to support her speech. Child L loves coming to nursery and is enjoying all the activities! Thank you for all your hard work.

 

Parent

2024

Child G has had a fantastic experience at Waltham Pre-School. His confidence has grown alone with his skills and language. It is lovely to see him making friends along the way.

 

Parent

2024

It’s always a hard choice when choosing a Pre-School for your child but Waltham Pre-School made the transition so easy and are very reassuring. Thank you to the amazing team for all you have done for Child F.

 

Parent

2024

Room 1 staff are amazing. Child L is so happy and is thriving. Thank you for the interventions you have done to support her speech. Child L loves coming to nursery and is enjoying all the activities! Thank you for all your hard work.

 

Parent

2024

Child G has had a fantastic experience at Waltham Pre-School. His confidence has grown alone with his skills and language. It is lovely to see him making friends along the way.