Meadow View Day Nursery in Newport Pagnell

Meadow View Day Nursery in Newport Pagnell

Open 7.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday, excluding inset days and public holidays, we offer a fully inclusive service.

Our nursery provides excellent care and education for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years.

At Meadow View Day Nursery in Newport Pagnell all children have daily access to the garden as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development. We are proud to have achieved our Green Flag award for our commitment to environmental projects. 

 The children enjoy planting vegetables and tasting their produce, served by our dedicated Nursery Chef.  We have an established team of knowledgeable and trained staff who encourage children to learn through play. 

Children’s days are packed full of activities designed in line with EYFS principles and implemented by our highly trained and an established team of knowledgeable staff who encourage children to learn through play.

Fully inclusive service

Our fees include all activities, formula milk, nappies, nappy cream, baby wipes, sun cream, freshly prepared, and award-winning well-balanced meals and snacks throughout the day.

Additionally, you will have ‘free to use’ access to our exclusive parent website and App – childbase@home – offering a full range of bespoke books, on-line experiences and parent workshops and masterclasses run by industry professionals including SEND, behaviour management, first aid and speech & language.

Contact details

Meadow View Day Nursery 

Westbury Lane, Newport Pagnell MK16 8PR

Tel: 01908 216604

Email:meadow.view@childbase.com

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Parent reviews

Room and garden gallery

Caterpillars
Our Caterpillar room is for our youngest children. Your child will be allocated a Key Person who build a strong bond with you and your child. Your child’s Key Person will offer familiarity and consistency during the main care aspects of their day and we will try to to ensure that your child’s home routine is continued as much as possible in nursery. We will start to develop your child’s early vocabulary, understanding and social skills.
Ladybirds
In the Ladybird Room our key focus is developing your child’s language, social and physical skills. At this age children’s language development is rapid and we will work with you to support this both at home and at nursery. We encourage children to develop their independence and support them in making choices.
Bumblebees
Our Key focus in Bumblebees is to develop children’s language, social and physical development, encourage children to do things for themselves by exploring, investigating, watching and listening, support self-help skills, build vocabulary, support children in play, build attachments with their Key Person, develop independence, support and develop thinking skills.
Preschool
Our Key focus in Preschool is to teach self-help skills and extend on building self-care skills, self esteem, develop language and communication skills and build vocabulary, support children in play, prepare children for school through our Ready, Steady, Grow programme whilst developing Phonics through Read, Write, Inc and further structured based learning in small groups.
Garden
All children have daily access to our age appropriate gardens as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development. Our children will also learn about nature and have opportunities to plant, grow and harvest their own produce.
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Meet the Manager

Thank you for your interest in our nursery.

I am the Manager of Meadow View and I have worked in the Early Year’s sector since 1999.  I am NVQ Level 3 qualified and I joined Childbase in 2015.

If you have any questions about the nursery please do not hesitate to contact me at any point.

Danielle Wright – Manager

Parent partnership
We believe that parents and colleagues working together is vital in ensuring a child’s individual needs are fully met and each child gets the most from their nursery experience. We will regularly discuss your child’s progress at nursery and will ask about any changes in routine, interests and development at home. Our Parentzone app will allow you to see regular updates on your child at nursery and you can add your own at home. We also have our own exclusive parent website, Childbase@Home, which you can access as a nursery parent. Full details will be provided when you join us.
Health and safety
A key principle of our nurseries is providing safe, secure and healthy environments. Central to delivering this commitment is our in-house team of qualified Health & Safety professionals, who maintain and drive the highest standards.  These professionals are further supported by a dedicated and trained Health and Safety Officer who is leading daily best practice in each nursery team. Your child will also be introduced to Harry our Health, Safety and Environment hippo who helps support children’s awareness of these important topics.
Healthy eating
Good nutrition sits at the heart of our approach to a healthy lifestyle for your child. Not only do we believe it is essential for children’s natural growth, it’s central to their concentration, learning and development too, helping them get the most from their time at nursery. Eating is about more than food, it is a social event too, so the nursery’s Practitioners join your child’s mealtimes. This encourages interaction between children, good table manners and the development of social skills. It is also the ideal way to offer your child a little help if needed, answer their questions about food and praise their independence. 
Eco-schools
Our nursery follows the Eco-Schools programme, operated in the UK by Keep Britain Tidy with the aim of promoting behaviour that has a positive impact on the environment. It is a global scheme operated by the Foundation for Environmental Education and does offer nurseries who achieve Green Flag, the highest award, the opportunity to twin with other Green Flag institutions around the world. Three subjects are chosen from ten options which become the main focus for nursery based activities. The programme follows a 7 step framework which helps guide our nursery to reach Green Flag Status which we are proud to have achieved.
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What happens next?

Once you have completed and submitted your registration form we will keep in touch with you regularly. If the space you require is available we will confirm this in writing and ask for the first month’s fees to be paid in advance – we do offer payment options which we will be happy to discuss with you. If the space is not currently available we will add you to our waiting list.

As we get closer to your start date we will organise some settling in sessions for you to meet your Key Person and share some time with your child in their room. This is a great way for us to get to know you and your child, and you to know us. 

If you have any questions at any stage, or if you would like to book a tour if you haven’t already done so, please feel free to contact us. 

Awards & Accreditations

Hampstead Gate Day Nursery in Milton Keynes

Hampstead Gate Day Nursery in Milton Keynes

Open 7.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday, excluding inset days and public holidays, we offer a fully inclusive service.

Our nursery provides excellent care and education for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years.

Hampstead Gate is a single storey building in Bradwell Common in Milton Keynes.

All children have daily access to our fantastic secure and enclosed garden as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development.  

The nursery provides a happy, social environment where every child is treated as an individual. Children’s days are packed full of activities designed in line with EYFS principles and implemented by our highly trained and knowledgeable staff.

We offer an fully inclusive service that includes formula milk, nappies, nappy cream, baby wipes, sun cream and freshly prepared, well-balanced meals throughout the day and all activities. 

Fully inclusive service

Our fees include all activities, formula milk, nappies, nappy cream, baby wipes, sun cream, freshly prepared, and award-winning well-balanced meals and snacks throughout the day.

Additionally, you will have ‘free to use’ access to our exclusive parent website and App – childbase@home – offering a full range of bespoke books, on-line experiences and parent workshops and masterclasses run by industry professionals including SEND, behaviour management, first aid and speech & language.

Contact details

Hampstead Gate Day Nursery

1 Eelbrook Avenue, Bradwell Common, Milton Keynes, MK13 8RD

Tel: 01908 101070

Email: hampstead.gate@childbase.com

What3words: musically.pouch.palace

Parent reviews

Room and garden gallery

Caterpillars
Our Caterpillar room is for our youngest children. Your child will be allocated a Key Person who build a strong bond with you and your child. Your child’s Key Person will offer familiarity and consistency during the main care aspects of their day and we will try to to ensure that your child’s home routine is continued as much as possible in nursery. We will start to develop your child’s early vocabulary, understanding and social skills.
Ladybirds
In the Ladybird Room our key focus is developing your child’s language, social and physical skills. At this age children’s language development is rapid and we will work with you to support this both at home and at nursery. We encourage children to develop their independence and support them in making choices.
Bumblebees
Our Key focus in Bumblebees is to develop children’s language, social and physical development, encourage children to do things for themselves by exploring, investigating, watching and listening, support self-help skills, build vocabulary, support children in play, build attachments with their Key Person, develop independence, support and develop thinking skills.
Preschool
Our Key focus in Preschool is to teach self-help skills and extend on building self-care skills, self esteem, develop language and communication skills and build vocabulary, support children in play, prepare children for school through our Ready, Steady, Grow programme whilst developing Phonics through Read, Write, Inc and further structured based learning in small groups.
Garden
All children have daily access to our age appropriate gardens as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development. Our children will also learn about nature and have opportunities to plant, grow and harvest their own produce.
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Meet the Manager

Hello, I am Elkie and I have been working in the Early Years sector since 1999. I have numerous qualifications including an NNEB and Foundation Degree in Early Years, plus an Assessors Award and V1 Award. I have worked for Childbase since 2012 and was previously the Manager of Meadow View Day Nursery.

If you have any questions about the nursery please do not hesitate to contact me at any point.

Elkie Taylor – Nursery Manager

Parent partnership
We believe that parents and colleagues working together is vital in ensuring a child’s individual needs are fully met and each child gets the most from their nursery experience. We will regularly discuss your child’s progress at nursery and will ask about any changes in routine, interests and development at home. Our Parentzone app will allow you to see regular updates on your child at nursery and you can add your own at home. We also have our own exclusive parent website, Childbase@Home, which you can access as a nursery parent. Full details will be provided when you join us.
Health and safety
A key principle of our nurseries is providing safe, secure and healthy environments. Central to delivering this commitment is our in-house team of qualified Health & Safety professionals, who maintain and drive the highest standards.  These professionals are further supported by a dedicated and trained Health and Safety Officer who is leading daily best practice in each nursery team. Your child will also be introduced to Harry our Health, Safety and Environment hippo who helps support children’s awareness of these important topics.
Healthy eating
Good nutrition sits at the heart of our approach to a healthy lifestyle for your child. Not only do we believe it is essential for children’s natural growth, it’s central to their concentration, learning and development too, helping them get the most from their time at nursery. Eating is about more than food, it is a social event too, so the nursery’s Practitioners join your child’s mealtimes. This encourages interaction between children, good table manners and the development of social skills. It is also the ideal way to offer your child a little help if needed, answer their questions about food and praise their independence. 
Eco-schools
Our nursery follows the Eco-Schools programme, operated in the UK by Keep Britain Tidy with the aim of promoting behaviour that has a positive impact on the environment. It is a global scheme operated by the Foundation for Environmental Education and does offer nurseries who achieve Green Flag, the highest award, the opportunity to twin with other Green Flag institutions around the world. Three subjects are chosen from ten options which become the main focus for nursery based activities. The programme follows a 7 step framework which helps guide our nursery to reach Green Flag Status which we are proud to have achieved.
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What happens next?

Once you have completed and submitted your registration form we will keep in touch with you regularly. If the space you require is available we will confirm this in writing and ask for the first month’s fees to be paid in advance – we do offer payment options which we will be happy to discuss with you. If the space is not currently available we will add you to our waiting list.

As we get closer to your start date we will organise some settling in sessions for you to meet your Key Person and share some time with your child in their room. This is a great way for us to get to know you and your child, and you to know us. 

If you have any questions at any stage, or if you would like to book a tour if you haven’t already done so, please feel free to contact us. 

Awards & Accreditations

Grasshoppers Day Nursery in Aylesbury

Grasshoppers Day Nursery in Aylesbury

Open 7.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday, excluding inset days and public holidays, we offer a fully inclusive service.

At Grasshoppers Day Nursery in Aylesbury the warm and welcoming environment ensures that your child’s individual needs are prioritised and their interests nurtured. 

Children’s days are packed full of activities designed in line with EYFS principles and implemented by our highly trained and knowledgeable staff.

All children have daily access to the garden as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development.  The children enjoy planting vegetables and tasting their produce, served by our dedicated Nursery Chef. We are proud to have achieved our Green Flag award for our commitment to environmental projects.

 Our nurturing ethos really sets this nursery apart and we are confident you will think so too.

Fully inclusive service

Our fees include all activities, formula milk, nappies, nappy cream, baby wipes, sun cream, freshly prepared, and award-winning well-balanced meals and snacks throughout the day.

Additionally, you will have ‘free to use’ access to our exclusive parent website and App – childbase@home – offering a full range of bespoke books, on-line experiences and parent workshops and masterclasses run by industry professionals including SEND, behaviour management, first aid and speech & language.

Contact details

Grasshoppers Day Nursery

244 Wendover Road, Aylesbury, HP21 9PD

Tel: 01296 424540

Email: grasshoppers.aylesbury@childbase.com

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Parent reviews

Room and garden gallery

Caterpillars
Our Caterpillar room is for our youngest children. Your child will be allocated a Key Person who build a strong bond with you and your child. Your child’s Key Person will offer familiarity and consistency during the main care aspects of their day and we will try to to ensure that your child’s home routine is continued as much as possible in nursery. We will start to develop your child’s early vocabulary, understanding and social skills.
Ladybirds
In the Ladybird Room our key focus is developing your child’s language, social and physical skills. At this age children’s language development is rapid and we will work with you to support this both at home and at nursery. We encourage children to develop their independence and support them in making choices.
Bumblebees
Our Key focus in Bumblebees is to develop children’s language, social and physical development, encourage children to do things for themselves by exploring, investigating, watching and listening, support self-help skills, build vocabulary, support children in play, build attachments with their Key Person, develop independence, support and develop thinking skills.
Preschool
Our Key focus in Preschool is to teach self-help skills and extend on building self-care skills, self esteem, develop language and communication skills and build vocabulary, support children in play, prepare children for school through our Ready, Steady, Grow programme whilst developing Phonics through Read, Write, Inc and further structured based learning in small groups.
Garden
All children have daily access to our age appropriate gardens as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development. Our children will also learn about nature and have opportunities to plant, grow and harvest their own produce.
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Meet the Manager

Hello, I am Corinna and I am the  Manager of Grasshoppers Day Nursery. I have been working with Childbase Partnership since 2005 and I hold a Level 3 qualification in Early Years.

If you have any questions about the nursery please do not hesitate to contact me at any point.

Corinna Whitbread – Nursery Manager

Parent partnership
We believe that parents and colleagues working together is vital in ensuring a child’s individual needs are fully met and each child gets the most from their nursery experience. We will regularly discuss your child’s progress at nursery and will ask about any changes in routine, interests and development at home. Our Parentzone app will allow you to see regular updates on your child at nursery and you can add your own at home. We also have our own exclusive parent website, Childbase@Home, which you can access as a nursery parent. Full details will be provided when you join us.
Health and safety
A key principle of our nurseries is providing safe, secure and healthy environments. Central to delivering this commitment is our in-house team of qualified Health & Safety professionals, who maintain and drive the highest standards.  These professionals are further supported by a dedicated and trained Health and Safety Officer who is leading daily best practice in each nursery team. Your child will also be introduced to Harry our Health, Safety and Environment hippo who helps support children’s awareness of these important topics.
Healthy eating
Good nutrition sits at the heart of our approach to a healthy lifestyle for your child. Not only do we believe it is essential for children’s natural growth, it’s central to their concentration, learning and development too, helping them get the most from their time at nursery. Eating is about more than food, it is a social event too, so the nursery’s Practitioners join your child’s mealtimes. This encourages interaction between children, good table manners and the development of social skills. It is also the ideal way to offer your child a little help if needed, answer their questions about food and praise their independence. 
Eco-schools
Our nursery follows the Eco-Schools programme, operated in the UK by Keep Britain Tidy with the aim of promoting behaviour that has a positive impact on the environment. It is a global scheme operated by the Foundation for Environmental Education and does offer nurseries who achieve Green Flag, the highest award, the opportunity to twin with other Green Flag institutions around the world. Three subjects are chosen from ten options which become the main focus for nursery based activities. The programme follows a 7 step framework which helps guide our nursery to reach Green Flag Status which we are proud to have achieved.
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What happens next?

Once you have completed and submitted your registration form we will keep in touch with you regularly. If the space you require is available we will confirm this in writing and ask for the first month’s fees to be paid in advance – we do offer payment options which we will be happy to discuss with you. If the space is not currently available we will add you to our waiting list.

As we get closer to your start date we will organise some settling in sessions for you to meet your Key Person and share some time with your child in their room. This is a great way for us to get to know you and your child, and you to know us. 

If you have any questions at any stage, or if you would like to book a tour if you haven’t already done so, please feel free to contact us. 

Awards & Accreditations

Field House Day Nursery in Buckingham

Field House Day Nursery in Buckingham

Open 7.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday, excluding inset days and public holidays, we offer a fully inclusive service.

Our nursery provides excellent care and education for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years.

At Field House Day Nursery in Buckingham the warm and welcoming environment ensures that your child’s individual needs are prioritised and their interests nurtured.

Parents value our friendly and highly knowledgeable practitioners as well as the wide range of activities open to the children in our care. We prioritise the importance of the natural environment at our nursery.

All children have daily access to our large, magical garden where young children can develop big imaginations.

Fully inclusive service

Our fees include all activities, formula milk, nappies, nappy cream, baby wipes, sun cream, freshly prepared, and award-winning well-balanced meals and snacks throughout the day.

Additionally, you will have ‘free to use’ access to our exclusive parent website and App – childbase@home – offering a full range of bespoke books, on-line experiences and parent workshops and masterclasses run by industry professionals including SEND, behaviour management, first aid and speech & language.

Contact details

Field House Day Nursery

Tingewick Road, Buckingham, MK18 1ST

Tel: 01280 812335

Email: field.house@childbase.com

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Parent reviews

Room and garden gallery

Caterpillars
Our Caterpillar room is for our youngest children. Your child will be allocated a Key Person who build a strong bond with you and your child. Your child’s Key Person will offer familiarity and consistency during the main care aspects of their day and we will try to to ensure that your child’s home routine is continued as much as possible in nursery. We will start to develop your child’s early vocabulary, understanding and social skills.
Ladybirds
In the Ladybird Room our key focus is developing your child’s language, social and physical skills. At this age children’s language development is rapid and we will work with you to support this both at home and at nursery. We encourage children to develop their independence and support them in making choices.
Bumblebees
Our Key focus in Bumblebees is to develop children’s language, social and physical development, encourage children to do things for themselves by exploring, investigating, watching and listening, support self-help skills, build vocabulary, support children in play, build attachments with their Key Person, develop independence, support and develop thinking skills.
Preschool
Our Key focus in Preschool is to teach self-help skills and extend on building self-care skills, self esteem, develop language and communication skills and build vocabulary, support children in play, prepare children for school through our Ready, Steady, Grow programme whilst developing Phonics through Read, Write, Inc and further structured based learning in small groups.
Garden
All children have daily access to our age appropriate gardens as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development. Our children will also learn about nature and have opportunities to plant, grow and harvest their own produce.
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Meet the Manager

Hello, I am Liz and I the Manager of Field House. I have worked in the Early Year’s sector since 1995.  My qualifications include a National Diploma in Early Years, Level 3 NVQ certificate in Management and Level 2 award in Health & Safety . I joined Childbase in 2008.

If you have any questions about the nursery please do not hesitate to contact me at any point.

Liz Hofman – Nursery Manager

Parent partnership
We believe that parents and colleagues working together is vital in ensuring a child’s individual needs are fully met and each child gets the most from their nursery experience. We will regularly discuss your child’s progress at nursery and will ask about any changes in routine, interests and development at home. Our Parentzone app will allow you to see regular updates on your child at nursery and you can add your own at home. We also have our own exclusive parent website, Childbase@Home, which you can access as a nursery parent. Full details will be provided when you join us.
Health and safety
A key principle of our nurseries is providing safe, secure and healthy environments. Central to delivering this commitment is our in-house team of qualified Health & Safety professionals, who maintain and drive the highest standards.  These professionals are further supported by a dedicated and trained Health and Safety Officer who is leading daily best practice in each nursery team. Your child will also be introduced to Harry our Health, Safety and Environment hippo who helps support children’s awareness of these important topics.
Healthy eating
Good nutrition sits at the heart of our approach to a healthy lifestyle for your child. Not only do we believe it is essential for children’s natural growth, it’s central to their concentration, learning and development too, helping them get the most from their time at nursery. Eating is about more than food, it is a social event too, so the nursery’s Practitioners join your child’s mealtimes. This encourages interaction between children, good table manners and the development of social skills. It is also the ideal way to offer your child a little help if needed, answer their questions about food and praise their independence. 
Eco-schools
Our nursery follows the Eco-Schools programme, operated in the UK by Keep Britain Tidy with the aim of promoting behaviour that has a positive impact on the environment. It is a global scheme operated by the Foundation for Environmental Education and does offer nurseries who achieve Green Flag, the highest award, the opportunity to twin with other Green Flag institutions around the world. Three subjects are chosen from ten options which become the main focus for nursery based activities. The programme follows a 7 step framework which helps guide our nursery to reach Green Flag Status which we are proud to have achieved.
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What happens next?

Once you have completed and submitted your registration form we will keep in touch with you regularly. If the space you require is available we will confirm this in writing and ask for the first month’s fees to be paid in advance – we do offer payment options which we will be happy to discuss with you. If the space is not currently available we will add you to our waiting list.

As we get closer to your start date we will organise some settling in sessions for you to meet your Key Person and share some time with your child in their room. This is a great way for us to get to know you and your child, and you to know us. 

If you have any questions at any stage, or if you would like to book a tour if you haven’t already done so, please feel free to contact us. 

Awards & Accreditations

Willows Day Nursery in Aylesbury

Willows Day Nursery in Aylesbury

Open 7.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday / Fully inclusive service

Our nursery provides excellent care and education for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years.

At Willows Day Nursery in Aylesbury we pack our days full of fun and age appropriate activities. 

The nursery team carefully design activities around the EYFS principles which enables children to learn through play. 

All children have access to our large garden area which they enjoy on a daily basis. We prioritise the importance of outdoor play and its role in helping to develop children socially, emotionally and physically. We have our very own onsite woodland area where children take part in forest school sessions alongside a qualified forest school leader, giving the children the opportunity to grow and learn through hands on learning experiences in a natural environment. 

Our knowledgeable and highly skilled staff work in partnership with parents to deliver an exceptional service to you.

Fully inclusive service

Our fees include all activities, formula milk, nappies, nappy cream, baby wipes, sun cream, freshly prepared, and award-winning well-balanced meals and snacks throughout the day.

Additionally, you will have ‘free to use’ access to our exclusive parent website and App – childbase@home – offering a full range of bespoke books, on-line experiences and parent workshops and masterclasses run by industry professionals including SEND, behaviour management, first aid and speech & language.

Contact details

Willows Day Nursery 

Mandeville Rd, Aylesbury HP21 8BD

Tel: 01296 432004 

Email: willows.nursery@childbase.com

What3words: usual.soil.sides

Parent reviews

Room and garden gallery

Caterpillars
Our Caterpillar room is for our youngest children. Your child will be allocated a Key Person who build a strong bond with you and your child. Your child’s Key Person will offer familiarity and consistency during the main care aspects of their day and we will try to to ensure that your child’s home routine is continued as much as possible in nursery. We will start to develop your child’s early vocabulary, understanding and social skills.
Ladybirds
In the Ladybird Room our key focus is developing your child’s language, social and physical skills. At this age children’s language development is rapid and we will work with you to support this both at home and at nursery. We encourage children to develop their independence and support them in making choices.
Bumblebees 1
Our Key focus in Bumblebees is to develop children’s language, social and physical development, encourage children to do things for themselves by exploring, investigating, watching and listening, support self-help skills, build vocabulary, support children in play, build attachments with their Key Person, develop independence, support and develop thinking skills.
Bumblebees 2
Our Key focus in Bumblebees is to develop children’s language, social and physical development, encourage children to do things for themselves by exploring, investigating, watching and listening, support self-help skills, build vocabulary, support children in play, build attachments with their Key Person, develop independence, support and develop thinking skills.
Preschool
Our Key focus in Preschool is to teach self-help skills and extend on building self-care skills, self esteem, develop language and communication skills and build vocabulary, support children in play, prepare children for school through our Ready, Steady, Grow programme whilst developing Phonics through Read, Write, Inc and further structured based learning in small groups.
Garden
All children have daily access to our age appropriate gardens as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development. Our children will also learn about nature and have opportunities to plant, grow and harvest their own produce.
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Meet the Manager

Thank you for your interest in our nursery.

I carried out my NVQ Level 3 qualification whilst working for Childbase and completed this in July 2002. I have been Nursery Manager since April 2021.

If you have any questions about the nursery please do not hesitate to contact me at any point.

Jane Hobbs – Manager

Parent partnership
We believe that parents and colleagues working together is vital in ensuring a child’s individual needs are fully met and each child gets the most from their nursery experience. We will regularly discuss your child’s progress at nursery and will ask about any changes in routine, interests and development at home. Our Parentzone app will allow you to see regular updates on your child at nursery and you can add your own at home. We also have our own exclusive parent website, Childbase@Home, which you can access as a nursery parent. Full details will be provided when you join us.
Health and safety
A key principle of our nurseries is providing safe, secure and healthy environments. Central to delivering this commitment is our in-house team of qualified Health & Safety professionals, who maintain and drive the highest standards.  These professionals are further supported by a dedicated and trained Health and Safety Officer who is leading daily best practice in each nursery team. Your child will also be introduced to Harry our Health, Safety and Environment hippo who helps support children’s awareness of these important topics.
Healthy eating
Good nutrition sits at the heart of our approach to a healthy lifestyle for your child. Not only do we believe it is essential for children’s natural growth, it’s central to their concentration, learning and development too, helping them get the most from their time at nursery. Eating is about more than food, it is a social event too, so the nursery’s Practitioners join your child’s mealtimes. This encourages interaction between children, good table manners and the development of social skills. It is also the ideal way to offer your child a little help if needed, answer their questions about food and praise their independence. 
Eco-schools
Our nursery follows the Eco-Schools programme, operated in the UK by Keep Britain Tidy with the aim of promoting behaviour that has a positive impact on the environment. It is a global scheme operated by the Foundation for Environmental Education and does offer nurseries who achieve Green Flag, the highest award, the opportunity to twin with other Green Flag institutions around the world. Three subjects are chosen from ten options which become the main focus for nursery based activities. The programme follows a 7 step framework which helps guide our nursery to reach Green Flag Status which we are proud to have achieved.
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What happens next?

Once you have completed and submitted your registration form we will keep in touch with you regularly. If the space you require is available we will confirm this in writing and ask for the first month’s fees to be paid in advance – we do offer payment options which we will be happy to discuss with you. If the space is not currently available we will add you to our waiting list.

As we get closer to your start date we will organise some settling in sessions for you to meet your Key Person and share some time with your child in their room. This is a great way for us to get to know you and your child, and you to know us. 

If you have any questions at any stage, or if you would like to book a tour if you haven’t already done so, please feel free to contact us. 

Awards & Accreditations

Berryfields Day Nursery in Aylesbury

Berryfields Day Nursery in Aylesbury

Open 7.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday, excluding inset days and public holidays, we offer a fully inclusive service.

Our nursery provides excellent care and education for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years.

Are you looking for high quality care and education for your child? If so, the warm and welcoming environment at Berryfields, in our purpose built nursery, ensures that your child’s individual needs are prioritised and their interests nurtured. 

Our bespoke curriculum embeds the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework which enables individual planning for every child, extending on their individual interests, and is delivered by our highly trained and knowledgeable colleagues.

All children have daily access to our fantastic garden as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development.

Located on the Berryfield development the nursery has convenient access to the A41.

Fully inclusive service

Our fees include all activities, formula milk, nappies, nappy cream, baby wipes, sun cream, freshly prepared, and award-winning well-balanced meals and snacks throughout the day.

Additionally, you will have ‘free to use’ access to our exclusive parent website and App – childbase@home – offering a full range of bespoke books, on-line experiences and parent workshops and masterclasses run by industry professionals including SEND, behaviour management, first aid and speech & language.

Contact details

Berryfields Day Nursery

6 Nimrod Street, Aylesbury, HP18 1BB

Tel: 01296 255925

Email: berryfields.nursery@childbase.com

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Parent reviews

Room and garden gallery

Caterpillars
Our Caterpillar room is for our youngest children. Your child will be allocated a Key Person who build a strong bond with you and your child. Your child’s Key Person will offer familiarity and consistency during the main care aspects of their day and we will try to to ensure that your child’s home routine is continued as much as possible in nursery. We will start to develop your child’s early vocabulary, understanding and social skills.
Ladybirds
In the Ladybird Room our key focus is developing your child’s language, social and physical skills. At this age children’s language development is rapid and we will work with you to support this both at home and at nursery. We encourage children to develop their independence and support them in making choices.
Bumblebees
Our Key focus in Bumblebees is to develop children’s language, social and physical development, encourage children to do things for themselves by exploring, investigating, watching and listening, support self-help skills, build vocabulary, support children in play, build attachments with their Key Person, develop independence, support and develop thinking skills.
Butterflies
Our Key focus in Butterflies to teach self-help skills and extend on building self-care skills, self esteem, develop language and communication skills and build vocabulary, support children in play, prepare children for school through our Ready, Steady, Grow programme whilst developing Phonics through Read, Write, Inc and further structured based learning in small groups.
Preschool
Our Key focus in Preschool is to teach self-help skills and extend on building self-care skills, self esteem, develop language and communication skills and build vocabulary, support children in play, prepare children for school through our Ready, Steady, Grow programme whilst developing Phonics through Read, Write, Inc and further structured based learning in small groups.
Garden
All children have daily access to our age appropriate gardens as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development. Our children will also learn about nature and have opportunities to plant, grow and harvest their own produce.
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Meet the Manager

Hello, I am Jessica and I am the Manager of Berryfields. I have worked in the Early Years sector since 2009 and I have worked for Childbase since 2010. I am BA(Hons) Level 6 qualified in Early Years.

If you have any questions about the nursery please do not hesitate to contact me at any point.

Jessica D’Arcy – Nursery Manager

Parent partnership
We believe that parents and colleagues working together is vital in ensuring a child’s individual needs are fully met and each child gets the most from their nursery experience. We will regularly discuss your child’s progress at nursery and will ask about any changes in routine, interests and development at home. Our Parentzone app will allow you to see regular updates on your child at nursery and you can add your own at home. We also have our own exclusive parent website, Childbase@Home, which you can access as a nursery parent. Full details will be provided when you join us.
Health and safety
A key principle of our nurseries is providing safe, secure and healthy environments. Central to delivering this commitment is our in-house team of qualified Health & Safety professionals, who maintain and drive the highest standards.  These professionals are further supported by a dedicated and trained Health and Safety Officer who is leading daily best practice in each nursery team. Your child will also be introduced to Harry our Health, Safety and Environment hippo who helps support children’s awareness of these important topics.
Healthy eating
Good nutrition sits at the heart of our approach to a healthy lifestyle for your child. Not only do we believe it is essential for children’s natural growth, it’s central to their concentration, learning and development too, helping them get the most from their time at nursery. Eating is about more than food, it is a social event too, so the nursery’s Practitioners join your child’s mealtimes. This encourages interaction between children, good table manners and the development of social skills. It is also the ideal way to offer your child a little help if needed, answer their questions about food and praise their independence. 
Eco-schools
Our nursery follows the Eco-Schools programme, operated in the UK by Keep Britain Tidy with the aim of promoting behaviour that has a positive impact on the environment. It is a global scheme operated by the Foundation for Environmental Education and does offer nurseries who achieve Green Flag, the highest award, the opportunity to twin with other Green Flag institutions around the world. Three subjects are chosen from ten options which become the main focus for nursery based activities. The programme follows a 7 step framework which helps guide our nursery to reach Green Flag Status which we are proud to have achieved.
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What happens next?

Once you have completed and submitted your registration form we will keep in touch with you regularly. If the space you require is available we will confirm this in writing and ask for the first month’s fees to be paid in advance – we do offer payment options which we will be happy to discuss with you. If the space is not currently available we will add you to our waiting list.

As we get closer to your start date we will organise some settling in sessions for you to meet your Key Person and share some time with your child in their room. This is a great way for us to get to know you and your child, and you to know us. 

If you have any questions at any stage, or if you would like to book a tour if you haven’t already done so, please feel free to contact us. 

Awards & Accreditations

Woodlands Day Nursery in Milton Keynes

Woodlands Day Nursery in Milton Keynes

Open 7.30am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday, excluding inset days and public holidays, we offer a fully inclusive service.

Our nursery provides excellent care and education for children aged 6 weeks to 5 years.

There is never a dull day at Woodlands Day Nursery in Milton Keynes as we pack our days full of fun, age appropriate activities. Our daily activities are developed around the EYFS principles by our highly knowledgeable and trained staff.

A purpose built high-quality day nursery, friendly and well-established, Woodlands provides a happy, sociable environment where every child is treated as an individual. The nursery has 4 main playrooms for each age group with additional sleeping areas, an activity room with changing themes and a messy play area. Outside is a large, fully enclosed and well-equipped garden.

There is plenty of safe parking and easy access to ensure you have no problems delivering and collecting your child from the nursery. 

Parents value the convenient opening hours, central location and all inclusive service at Woodlands Day Nursery.

Fully inclusive service

Our fees include all activities, formula milk, nappies, nappy cream, baby wipes, sun cream, freshly prepared, and award-winning well-balanced meals and snacks throughout the day.

Additionally, you will have ‘free to use’ access to our exclusive parent website and App – childbase@home – offering a full range of bespoke books, on-line experiences and parent workshops and masterclasses run by industry professionals including SEND, behaviour management, first aid and speech & language.

Contact details

Woodlands Day Nursery 

Byerly Place, Downs Barn, Milton Keynes MK14 7QE

Tel: 01908 690999

Email: woodlands.nursery@childbase.com

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Parent reviews

Room and garden gallery

Caterpillars
Our Caterpillar room is for our youngest children. Your child will be allocated a Key Person who build a strong bond with you and your child. Your child’s Key Person will offer familiarity and consistency during the main care aspects of their day and we will try to to ensure that your child’s home routine is continued as much as possible in nursery. We will start to develop your child’s early vocabulary, understanding and social skills.
Ladybirds
In the Ladybird Room our key focus is developing your child’s language, social and physical skills. At this age children’s language development is rapid and we will work with you to support this both at home and at nursery. We encourage children to develop their independence and support them in making choices.
Bumblebees
Our Key focus in Bumblebees is to develop children’s language, social and physical development, encourage children to do things for themselves by exploring, investigating, watching and listening, support self-help skills, build vocabulary, support children in play, build attachments with their Key Person, develop independence, support and develop thinking skills.
Preschool
Our Key focus in Preschool is to teach self-help skills and extend on building self-care skills, self esteem, develop language and communication skills and build vocabulary, support children in play, prepare children for school through our Ready, Steady, Grow programme whilst developing Phonics through Read, Write, Inc and further structured based learning in small groups.
Garden
All children have daily access to our age appropriate gardens as we fully recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development. Our children will also learn about nature and have opportunities to plant, grow and harvest their own produce.
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Meet the Manager

Thank you for your interest in our nursery.

I have been the Manager at Woodlands for 10 years and have worked in the nursery for 14 years. I hold a BA (Hons) and Early Years Professional Status (EYPS).

If you have any questions about the nursery please do not hesitate to contact me at any point.

Alyson Hefferon – Nursery Manager

Parent partnership
We believe that parents and colleagues working together is vital in ensuring a child’s individual needs are fully met and each child gets the most from their nursery experience. We will regularly discuss your child’s progress at nursery and will ask about any changes in routine, interests and development at home. Our Parentzone app will allow you to see regular updates on your child at nursery and you can add your own at home. We also have our own exclusive parent website, Childbase@Home, which you can access as a nursery parent. Full details will be provided when you join us.
Health and safety
A key principle of our nurseries is providing safe, secure and healthy environments. Central to delivering this commitment is our in-house team of qualified Health & Safety professionals, who maintain and drive the highest standards.  These professionals are further supported by a dedicated and trained Health and Safety Officer who is leading daily best practice in each nursery team. Your child will also be introduced to Harry our Health, Safety and Environment hippo who helps support children’s awareness of these important topics.
Healthy eating
Good nutrition sits at the heart of our approach to a healthy lifestyle for your child. Not only do we believe it is essential for children’s natural growth, it’s central to their concentration, learning and development too, helping them get the most from their time at nursery. Eating is about more than food, it is a social event too, so the nursery’s Practitioners join your child’s mealtimes. This encourages interaction between children, good table manners and the development of social skills. It is also the ideal way to offer your child a little help if needed, answer their questions about food and praise their independence. 
Eco-schools
Our nursery follows the Eco-Schools programme, operated in the UK by Keep Britain Tidy with the aim of promoting behaviour that has a positive impact on the environment. It is a global scheme operated by the Foundation for Environmental Education and does offer nurseries who achieve Green Flag, the highest award, the opportunity to twin with other Green Flag institutions around the world. Three subjects are chosen from ten options which become the main focus for nursery based activities. The programme follows a 7 step framework which helps guide our nursery to reach Green Flag Status which we are proud to have achieved.
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What happens next?

Once you have completed and submitted your registration form we will keep in touch with you regularly. If the space you require is available we will confirm this in writing and ask for the first month’s fees to be paid in advance – we do offer payment options which we will be happy to discuss with you. If the space is not currently available we will add you to our waiting list.

As we get closer to your start date we will organise some settling in sessions for you to meet your Key Person and share some time with your child in their room. This is a great way for us to get to know you and your child, and you to know us. 

If you have any questions at any stage, or if you would like to book a tour if you haven’t already done so, please feel free to contact us. 

Awards & Accreditations

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Cedars Day Nursery - Leighton Buzzard

We prioritise the importance of outdoor play at Cedars Day Nursery in Leighton Buzzard. All children at our Ofsted-rated ‘Outstanding’ nursery have access to our large, natural garden area on a daily basis as we recognise the impact that being outdoors has on a child’s social, emotional and physical development. The children enjoy planting vegetables and tasting their produce, served by our dedicated Nursery Chef.

Cedars Day Nursery, Mentmore Rd, Leighton Buzzard LU7 2PA

Tel:  01525 850200

Email: cedars.nursery@childbase.com