The nursery building, which opened in 2012 incorporates ‘green’ features including sensor and dimmer light technologies to enhance natural light use and reduce unnecessary energy use, and the roof has been planted with sedum to encourage wildlife. The nursery playrooms offer direct access to our outdoor area with sheltered and open play areas, and a large central hall for group activities and special nursery events for you and your child.

 

Our building has

Dedicated car drop off, pick up parking bays

Spaces always available to park safely when you drive to nursery

High security

Facilities include personal panic alarms, entry CCTV to keep your child safe

Parent bicycle shelter store

Right outside the nursery door so you can leave your bicycle securely until you return

Heated, internal pram store

A secure store to leave your prams, buggies and car seats

Bio-metric finger print access

Promoting our ‘open door’ approach giving parents secure access into and out of nursery

Underfloor heating

Ensuring a comfortable temperature with particular regard to floor play without the hazard of radiators

Bespoke natural wood play room furniture

Modular, interchangeable furniture that can be rearranged to meet the children’s changing needs and interests

Vision panels in all bathrooms

Safety and security for children and staff during nappy changing and bathroom times

Individually designed linked rooms

A more positive transition experience for children moving rooms through integral access doors to support visits and building relationships with their new room staff and peers

Purpose-built, Eco-friendly Building

We won the Lord Mayors Design Award in 2013 for our purpose-built, eco-friendly building. With a City Centre location it’s easy to get to and has great links to main roads and transport.

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Dream Coracles

A ‘coracle’ is a special place for a child to crawl into, a secure place to play or curl up to sleep. Early years experts told us that crawling babies should not be confined in cots, but have freedom to choose when to sleep or rest.

Their design team perceived the need for a sleep option that babies can access themselves – something that still gives the child (and parent) a sense of protection. A firm boundary gives babies a feeling of security. Imagine a cosy sleep space with the encircling sense of mother’s arms for a baby to crawl into.