Preschool shoes

Whether you're looking for prewalkers, suitable for cruising and the first few weeks of walking; first walkers, suitable from around six weeks of independent walking; or shoes for your confident little walker, there are lots of styles to choose from... shoes, boots, trainers, sandals, slippers...suitable for narrow, average or wide feet, from size EU18/UK2.5 to EU29/UK11.

Each brand fits the foot differently and it is only by seeing and feeling the different styles on the feet that we can tell which will offer the best fit.

This page is currently being updated with new Spring/Summer stock, so please check back in a few days to see what's new!

If you click on the individual pictures below, you will find more information about the shoes, including the sizes available and the price. Most styles in stock are shown here, but if you are looking for something specific and can't see it here, please get in touch to check availability.

I'm here to answer any children's feet and footwear questions you may have, to help you make confident choices about what's right for your child's feet. Please get in touch by emailing or calling me on 07881 823550.


Choosing which styles to stock each season is one of the highlights of my year! There are many brilliant children's shoe brands, each offering something different in terms of fit, functionality and design. My priority is always quality and the support the shoes provide developing feet. These are the brands that have past muster and form the current CeCe & Me collection.

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Suitable for cruising and the first six to eight weeks of independent walking. These shoes are very soft, lightweight and flexible, allowing the foot and ankle to move naturally, while offering protection. These all have a thin, water-proof sole to keep feet dry when the ground is wet and allow the soles of the feet to feel the ground.

First Walkers

Your little one will be ready to move to a more fitted and supportive shoe after around six weeks of independent walking. They will be walking by themselves all the time, be stable and confident on their feet, and starting to move more quickly, generating greater impact with each step. 

First walkers offer more support and have a slightly thicker sole, to absorb the impact of each step, but are still lightweight and flexible, allowing them to continue their explorations unimpeded.

A few of the styles in the following section are also suitable for this stage of development.