Award winning Day Nursery, providing a premium level of childcare. This is the only nursery in Billericay to offer parents the security of being able to viewing their children via a secure website& one of a few nurseries in Essex to be given a Gold Award for Healthy Eating & 5 Star Award of Excellence for Hygiene. It has various built in state of the art security features: CCTV, video entry, alarm & secure garden. The nursery has a high staff ratio with recognised qualifications.
Hatfield Broad Oak Under Fives is a charity run Preschool, which opened in 1972, of which seventeen years has been within the grounds of St. Marys C of E Primary School in Hatfield Broad Oak. We areregularly inspected by Ofsted, we are also a member of the Preschool Learning Alliance (PLA) and are eligible for government funding. As a charity run Preschool, we also depend on the good will of parents and their involvement to keep the Preschool going.
It is our aim to provide the best possible education and loving care for children within a warm and stimulating environment. It is important that each child be given the opportunity and encouragementto develop to their full potential, being seen as a total human being with physical, emotional and mental needs all bound up within each other.
Whist at Griffon, the children learn through fun and play, in a family environment following the four areas of learning: unique child, positive relationships, enabling environment and language &development, as per Ofsted guidelines. We will work with you and your child to make sure the settling in time at the nursery is managed with care and sensitivity. We look forward to meeting you and having the chance to show you how we put our principles into practice.
Rum Tum Tugger's Harlow was registered in February 2006 it comprises of a vibrant and inspirational play space where children and babies can develop in a safe and secure environment. Rum Tum Tugger'sNursery is a private full Day Care setting, offering parents and carers a flexible and understanding childcare solution. We recognise that returning to work and finding the right nursery for your child and family can be a difficult and worrying time.
Situated within the Gateway Centre, the Gateway Nursery offers you and your child/children, high quality, affordable and reliable child-care based on the values of love, understanding and acceptance.The nursery is registered with OFSTED to accommodate 62 children from birth to 5 years and provides both full time and part time places. Our experienced and dedicated team work hard to support the individual development of each child.
As professional childminders, The Nursery Rooms aim to provide a high quality service, with flexible care and early years education for children between the ages of 3 months and 5 years. We arededicated to providing high quality care and education, which we firmly believe allows for the effective learning and development of young children.
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Our nurseries are organised around different age groups of children. The children in our day care learn and develop very well in our safe and secure nursery environment. They are happy and respondwell to the wide range of activities planned for their time at the nursery. We also place great importance on the interaction between our nursery staff and parents. We provide a wide range of play activities which enable the children to reach their goals.
Your child will come to a safe, friendly, caring and open household. Your child will be given every opportunity to be involved in all types of learning and interactive activities. These could beanything from acting and role play, to cooking, arts and crafts, music or even outings to parks, playgroups, libraries and local places of interest. All activities support the new Early Years Foundation Stage guidelines set out by the government in September 2012.