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About Us

Seagry Pre-school is a small village preschool situated in the rural village of Upper Seagry and is part of Seagry Primary School. Seagry School and Pre-school are part of the Diocese of Bristol Academies Trust (DBAT) and governance of the school's Academy Council.

The Pre-school aims to cater for the individual needs of every child in our care, to allow them to reach their full potential.  We do this by providing the opportunity to learn through play in a safe, stimulating environment. The importance of play for pre-school children cannot be underestimated and Seagry Pre-School is founded on the importance of child-directed play for under-5s. The highly skilled early years practitioners at Seagry Pre-School observe the children taking the lead in play and help direct their play to enhance learning experiences.

The Pre-school boasts a large garden area allowing the children to enjoy regular daily physical exercise as well as the ability to work creatively in a large open space. Children are able to expand their knowledge and understanding of the world through exploration and investigation. 

Sessions and Fees

Opening Times​

  • ​Monday: 09.00 - 15.00
  • ​Tuesday: 09.00 - 15.00​
  • Wednesday : 09.00 - 15.00​
  • Thursday : 09.00 - 15.00​
  • Friday: 09.00 - 15.00​​


Our fees are £6 per hour for under 3’s and £4.50 per hour for over 3’s.  Fees are charged termly in advance.  As an optional extra your child can have a cooked lunch prepared from locally sourced produce.  This is an additional charge.

Free Entitlement for Three and Four Year Olds

All 3 and 4 year old children are currently eligible for free Nursery Education for 15 hours a week, 38 weeks a year from the term after their third birthday.  The funding terms are set out nationally as follows:

Autumn term: 1 September – 31 December
Spring term: 1 January – 31 March
Summer term: 1 April – 31 August

The 15 hours must be spread over a minimum of three days with a maximum of 12.5 hours in two days and a minimum of 2.5 hours.  Anything over and above 2.5 hours is flexible. The hours can be shared between two settings (three settings when a child has complex needs and a District Specialist Centre is one of them).   Funding is provided by Wiltshire Council direct to the Pre-school. Acorns are also able to offer 30 hours free childcare for those eligible.

Use the link to see what help you might be able to get with pre-school fees

Contact Us

Seagry Pre-School

Seagry Primary School
Upper Seagry
SN15 5EX​

Please contact us on:​
01249 720213, or email

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  • Upper Seagry Chippenham SN15 5EX

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