Welcome to Arbury Day Nursery Nuneaton

At Arbury Day Nursery Nuneaton, we know that when searching for the ideal nursery for your child, you want to make sure you’ve done all the research you can. We understand that leaving your child with others can be an overwhelming experience, and we know how important it is for you to make the right decision for your child.

Here at Arbury, we pride ourselves on the strong parent partnerships we have with families. This enables us to provide children with a smooth transition from home to nursery life. We regularly host parent’s forums where ideas can be shared and later implemented into children’s experiences.

Parents deserve to know that their child is safe and looked after whilst at nursery. We have CCTV installed in every indoor play area and outdoor spaces.

Our long-serving and dedicated staff team take the time needed to get to know the children within the nursery. This enables our staff to plan activities which are based on each child’s unique interests and needs.

We believe in caring for children in calm, safe and playful surroundings where they can learn, grow and develop. Children are incredibly curious from a young age, which is why we have adopted an open-ended and ‘heuristic’ play approach here at Arbury.

We understand that parents need to be 100% happy with their choice of nursery. We always recommend parents to visit the nursery so that they can explore the environments for themselves, meet with the staff team and learn all about our approach to early years care and education. Arrange a visit to Arbury today.

Contact us

Tel: (024) 7638 2066
Email: info@tommieschildcare.co.uk


Achieved: Good, 2016

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“Staff get to know children and their families well. They are kind, caring and friendly. Staff are also sensitive to meeting children’s care needs. Children are settled, happy and content. Staff understand how young children learn and have high expectations of their abilities. They provide a range of exciting and suitably challenging activities to promote children’s next steps in learning and support their good progress.” Ofsted, 2016/17