Marsh Gibbon Pre-School
Marsh Gibbon Pre-School

About us.


Marsh Gibbon Pre-School opened in 1976. It operates from four rooms within a community hall in the village of Marsh Gibbon, taking children from 2 years old - 4 years 11 months. Marsh Gibbon Pre-School is currently managed by Megan Brooks who holds a BA Honours in Early Education, along side a team of highly qualified Early Years Professionals. The pre-school is also managed by a committee of parents and serves the local area and surrounding villages.


Marsh Gibbon Pre-School stands for high quality early education. We have a good, wholehearted, committed team that are all fully qualified and hold many years’ experience between them. We want the very best for your children, right from their very first learning experiences. We provide experience that will support your child to develop in all areas from communication and language to mathematics and emotional development.


Our Pre- School achieves all objectives by offering space for moving around, plenty of opportunity for play, a variety of resources for all children to be creative, an adaptable home area for children to re-enact real life experiences out, a fully equipped mark making area to develop those crucial fine motor skills for writing later on and we also offer a free flow system into our Garden.


At Marsh Gibbon Pre-School we engage with a wide range of extra curricular activities that supports the development of children, such as weekly P.E Sessions run by 'Action Kids' and 'Musical Minis' an interactive musical session.

At Marsh Gibbon Pre-School we enjoy exploring the local area, this involves walking to the local duck pond, embracing the local community. The Pre-School is ideally located next to outdoor park facilities which provide the children great opportunities for learning. 


We offer a lending Library service to the all children of the Pre-School where they can take books home to share and read with their families. We recognise that sharing stories is vital to children’s development of communication and literacy.


Each child is treated individually at Marsh Gibbon Pre-School and we aim to meet every child's individual needs and stages of development through exploring their interests and abilities. Please see our 'Local Offer 2019' to find out how we support children with additional needs.


The Committee

The Pre-School Trustees and Committee have the overall responsibility for ensuring that it runs successfully in accordance with its aims.  The Committee is formed at the Annual General Meeting (usually September) of parents of Pre-School children and meets once every half-term with the Pre-School Leader and Deputy.

Our Committee currently consists of:

Chairperson -   Rachel Blane

Treasurer -       Beverly Hampson

Secretary -       Ali Denny 

Fundraising Coordinator - Nancy Morris 



A typical day at Pre-School

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