Welcome to Little Hollies Pre-school Coventry

At Little Hollies Pre-school Coventry, we know that the struggle to find the right pre-school is something that many parents face. There’s a lot of questions you want the answers to before making that decision. There’s also a lot of choices available to parents these days. Here at Little Hollies Pre-school Coventry, we offer children a smooth transition from home to pre-school life.

Little Hollies has provided exceptional early years experiences to young children for more than 20 years. The pre-school has a great reputation in the Coundon area –  a testament to its continued success.

The setting is located at Bablake Playing Fields. This gives children the benefit of huge, idyllic outdoor spaces which many other inner-city nurseries can’t offer.

Our long-serving, experienced staff team have worked in childcare for many years. Their wealth of knowledge and expertise in children’s learning and development allows them to create unique experiences and activities that are tailored to your child’s own interests.

Little Hollies offers children an ideal pre-school experience. Our term-time schedule provides children with a taste of school life, preparing them for a great future in learning. The short sessions on offer are perfect for parents who may work part-time, or perhaps simply want their child to gain the benefits of socialising and learning with other children their age.

If you want to find out more about Little Hollies, then book your visit today. Our team would be delighted to meet and explore our pre-school with you.

Contact us

Tel: 07981 323 710
Email: info@tommieschildcare.co.uk


Achieved: Good, 2016

Please use the following link to view our latest report.

“Staff support children effectively so that they acquire skills and a capacity to learn, in order to reach the next steps in their learning. Partnerships between staff and parents are very good. Staff use information provided by parents and their own observations to plan effectively for the next steps in children’s learning.” Ofsted Report, 2016/17