Some kind words from our parents
  • I am over the moon about sending my daughter to Nursery Rhymes and Molly is more than happy to be taken there in the mornings. I trust the staff with all aspects of her care, communication between us is great. The staff are so supportive with her development and accommodate her needs. The days are filled with a variety of activities within a stimulating environment and the staff are always nurturing as well as super fun. I always feel that they genuinely care about my little girl.

    — Janine Marlow

    Being very familiar with the nursery setting and Early Years it was so difficult to find a nursery for my 11 month old daughter! Nursery Rhymes felt right as soon as I stepped inside. I was so impressed by how busy, happy and content the children were, participating in meaningful activities (like making mini circuit boards) and how engaged they seemed. The staff are excellent, friendly and professional. I love hearing about the day and reading observations of the things Rosie has learned and can tell they are definitely talking about my little girl! Most importantly I feel they all really care about Rosie and making her feel happy, secure and confident is their priority

    — Kerrie Webb

    I have been delighted with the care my daughter receives whilst at Nursery Rhymes. She is always happy to attend and talks with great enthusiasm about everything she has been doing during her days there. I particularly like to see how much time the children spend outdoors even in the colder and wetter months. We are extremely pleased with Nursery Rhymes and would happily recommend it.

    — Nienke Lees

    We were so pleased to find Nursery Rhymes. Tucked away amongst acres of lush greenery in Leckhampton. It’s like a hidden gem. A fantastic happy, safe and stimulating environment for Jack to learn and play. All the staff are fantastic, they are professional, genuine and more importantly cheerful and treat each child with as much love as any other child at the nursery, I consider them part of the family now. They have an acre of garden to play safely in, they teach tag rugby, paint, draw, messy time and have little ducklings, rabbits and even pick apples off the trees and for crumbles and pies for their pudding. Jack loves going to Nursery Rhymes, he has come on leaps and bounds with his speech. Nothing has ever been too much trouble, whether it be the detailed daily reports on what Jack has been doing/eating during the day, to little chats about his progress.

    — Diane Brindley