Testimonials

'Since my daughter started at Woodchester playgroup she has learnt so much and her personality has really blossomed.  She is so excited to see the staff every morning and to spend the day playing with her friends. The staff always seem so happy to work there which is a testament to how great the playgroup is. I couldn't wish for a better environment for my daughter in her early years.'



Jess Rivers

'Our son, Dylan, arrived in September and thanks to Bev and the team’s warm welcome he settled in immediately. The team are great - so engages with the kids, thoughtful and supportive, I love the atmosphere there, and the space is great too. Would highly recommend!'



Ruth Bradley-Jones

'My children have absolutely loved Woodchester playgroup. The caring staff go above and beyond to find fun things for the children to do, encouraging growing  independence and helping wonderful friendships develop. They have always ensured my children felt safe and welcome. They are also very good at being flexible to support particular needs. Thankyou so much!'



Rose Mitchell

'All staff are friendly and very welcoming. The group is run by a passionate team who make the playgroup engaging and stimulating for the children. My daughter asks me everyday -"Is it playgroup day today? And is disappointed it it isn't a playgroup day'



Lucy Wakefield

'Florence has been attending playgroup for 15 months now and it’s the highlight of her week! 
It’s great for her to mix with children of different ages, and we have great communication from her key worker and staff. We were particularly impressed with how they have handled the difficulties in operating during 2020, and are confident that staff always put the children first. 
I also like the flexibility of sessions if I need an extra one during a busy week! 
The outdoor space is great for burning up energy, and there seems to be a great relationship with the school too, which will make transition to reception easier in September.
We highly recommend Woodchester Playgroup for your children.'



Rachael Kipling