Welcome to Aughton Early Years Centre
Aughton Early Years Centre is a well established nursery school and Children's centre, recognised as an outstanding provision by Ofsted since November 2006.
The Centre provides education and childcare for children aged 0-5 years alongside additional services which cater for family and community needs.
The experienced and highly qualified staff team are committed to the care and welfare of the children and families.
Users and visitors to the Centre regularly comment on the warm, welcoming and calm atmosphere that they experience when with us.
We hope you find the website easy to use and the information helpful.
Please click on the link below to see the Centre Aims.
Children In Need
All the children in the Centre took part in Children In Need by dressing in something yellow, white or spotty, bringing their favourite teddy and making buns to sell.
Thanks to your generosity we raised £139.75
Guess the weight of the cake was won by Isabelle Ross in the Young Children's Base.
Pudsey's middle name was 'Virgil' and was won by Teddi Cubbins in the FS1 Base.
Blush's middle name was 'Petunia' and was won by Tommy Betts in teh FS1 Base.
World Nursery Rhyme Week 13th to 17th November 2017
Last year, over 500,000 children under the age of 7 took part from 39 countries and we are delighted to be taking part this year, the children will focus on a different nursery rhyme each day.
Rhyme A Day Challenge
Our ‘Rhyme A Day’ challenge will focus on each rhyme in the following order:
• Monday 13th November: ‘Bobby Shafto’
• Tuesday 14th November: ‘Lavenders Blue’
• Wednesday 15th November: ‘Hickory Dickory Dock’
• Thursday 16th November: ‘Wind the Bobbin Up’
• Friday 17th November: ‘Old King Cole’
Carole's family would like to thank all who helped them raise £1075 when they ran the Dronfield 10k on Sunday 19th March. This money will go towards the British Heart Foundation's research into S.C.A.D. Please click on the link to read Matthew's story and to donate if you still wish.
The defibrillator was officially opened on 19th May 2017. It was well attended by lots of parents, staff and Carole's close family members and was a fitting tribute to Carole and her dedication to the Centre. 100 balloons were released in the garden followed by coffee and cakes in the Centre.
A huge thank you to everyone involved in making this happen and all your generous contributions.