Birch Hill

Birch Hill Pre-School is a friendly, caring pre-school, catering for 18 months-5 year olds.

Our well equipped and secure facilities are located at Birch Hill Recreation Ground in Bracknell, Berkshire




About us

Apply For A Place

Apply for a place at the pre-school or email us to find out more and come for a visit.

Term Dates

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Our Aims

We have detailed our Aims as a School and our objectives for each child

About Us

Welcome to Birch Hill Preschool. 

We are a charity run pre-school based in Birch Hill, Bracknell.

We have been established for over 30 years in the community and have been in our brand new setting, on Birch Hill Recreation Ground since September 2017.

We know how important your child is and aim to deliver the highest quality of care and education to help them to achieve their best. 

We hope this website gives you all the information you need about our routines, our approach to supporting your child’s learning and development and how we aim to work together with you to best meet your child’s individual needs. 

Please do get in touch with us if you have any questions, would like to book a visit or apply for a place for your child.


Come & Visit Us

We would love for you and your child to come and visit us so you can see what our setting is like and ask us any questions. Please click below, fill in the contact form or call us on 07547 794849.

We offer visits Monday to Friday in between 9.30am and 11.00am.

Our Pre-School. Our Family. Our Community

Children start to learn about the world around them from the moment they are born. The care and education offered by our setting helps children to continue to do this by providing all of the children with interesting activities that are appropriate for their age and stage of development.

You will really feel a sense of community when you place your child in our setting and feel part of our family.  

Well Established

Birch Hill Pre-School has been established for over 30 years.


Birch Hill Pre-School is now in a new purpose built building at Birch Hill Recreation Ground.


Find out about our sessions and prices here. We take children on the 15 and 30 free hours scheme and 2 year funded.


Keep up to date with our latest news by following our blog.

Do you take children on the 30 free hours?

Yes we do. All you need is the code that you apply for here. Please contact us to find out more. We also take children that qualify for 15 free hours.

Do you take children 2 year funded scheme?

Yes we do. Please contact us to find out more. 

What age do you cater for?

We cater for children from 2-5 years of age.

Can we come and have a visit before applying?

Of course. We encourage you and your child to come for as many visits as you wish before deciding to apply. Just get in touch with us and we will book you in.

What are your fees?

Please contact us for our up to date fees.


What Our Families are Saying

“Both of my children have been to Birch Hill Pre-School and I’m so pleased I chose this pre-school to take care of them in their early years. The staff are so experienced and feel like an extended family. They are super friendly, know your child’s needs and put them at ease. I will be so sad when my daughter leaves in July. It will be the end of an era.”

“Both my children have thoroughly enjoyed their time at Birch Hill Pre-School. The staff are friendly and welcoming and have always be warm to my children even if we bump into them outside of the pre-school. Several staff members have become good friends because they are local people whose own families attend local schools and events. Since moving to the new site the equipment and outside area has improved dramatically, really creating a fun and safe learning environment for my children. They both always look forward to meeting their friends and playing. The pre-school visits the Lookout as an end of Summer term trip, which my children loved – particularly as the parents are invited to accompany them. The pre-school takes part in national and local charity events, as well as fundraising for themselves and encourage a sense of local community with the children. One example would be when the children made poppy pictures for the centenary of WW1 and the items were displayed at South Hill Park.”