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Why Parents are Important to Peter Pan

Peter Pan recognises parents as the first and most important educators of their children. All of the staff see themselves as partners with parents in providing care and education for their child.

Read our prospectus and key policies, or for more information and book a visit please contact us.


Our Management Committee is formed from parents, who in conjunction with the Manager ensure that major decisions-making is in the hands of the parents who use the pre-school and nursery. The committee are dedicated to support the management and staff to deliver the best care and education for the benefit of our children.

The Charity is fortunate to have an encroachment license within Gamecock Barracks with the British Army where we are afforded fantastic space and security that our children can enjoy learning safely.


The Committee consists of:

Chair         -  Felicity Taylor

Secretary  -  Jayde Bee

Treasurer  -  Nicole Wright

Member    -  Jennifer Birkett

Member    -  Repsuna Ghale

We are a not-for-profit charity, so we require fundraising and donations to keep us doing amazing work in Early Years education and childcare. 

The Committee leads our fundraising with the support of 30th Signals Regiment, and in liaison with the Regimental Welfare Team and the Community Committee.

You can support us by recommending us to more parents and carers, supporting our fundraisers or donating. You can even raise funds by joining so anything you buy online could raise a free donation to Peter Pan.
Registered Charity 1060518
Our Committee
What is happening
Annual General Meeting
On 13 Jan 2024 we held our AGM.

Our Management Committee was elected and CO 30 Signal Regt accepted to be a Co-Opted member.

A vote was passed to transfer the Charity to a CIO.

The Financial Statement for 2022/23 was read out and it is predicted this year will close with a surplus. A great achievement.
The Committee will now review wages and fees to ensure we comply with the living wage increases and from this will set out budget for the next financial year. 

All 3 to 4-year-olds in England can get 570 free hours per year. It’s usually taken as 15 hours a week for 38 weeks of the year.

Find out if your eligible

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"When leaving my 5 month old twin boy at Peter Pan for the first time I was really apprehensive, but I had nothing to worry about. The staff made me and my family feel right at home. Through every development step they have kept me informed and given guidance. My sons absolutely love Peter Pan and are always smiling when they arrive, they are approaching 2 years now, and I couldn't have asked for more from the staff we will truly miss them when we have to leave. I would rate this nursery 5 star plus, wherever I place my sons next due to posting will have a lot to live up to. I cannot thank them enough."

Mrs. O'Connor Baby Room Parent.

"My son started Pre-School earlier this year and he has learned so much already, his speech and counting has improved dramatically and I love that each child is set their own unique targets. My son loves going to Pre-School."

Mrs. Rattray Pre-School Parent

"Layla started Peter Pan Just before her 2nd birthday. Layla had never been to a nursery before and didn't really settle so the staff moved her into a room with a smaller group where it was a lot calmer, her confidence began to grown and they started to introduce her gradually into the nursery room where they took lots of time to welcome her and cater for her individual needs. Now Layla loves coming the Peter Pan and playing with her friends."

Mrs. Hill Nursery room parent

"Peter Pan provides a warm, homely and welcoming environment. The staff made me feel confident and reassured that they would provide my daughter with a high level of quality care."

Mrs. Wood, Baby room parent

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