Welcome to Chapelfields Day Nursery & Pre-school

For a lot of parents, it can be a tricky task to find the right nursery for you and your child. If you’ve not used a nursery before, then you might be feeling a bit overwhelmed. It’s perfectly normal to feel this way, and here at Chapelfields aim to make the process of moving from home to nursery life as simple as possible.

Our nursery benefits from a cosy nature of being set in a converted house. Our environments provide children with a comfortable, calming and safe surrounding, enabling them to learn, grow and develop. The combination of our environments with open-ended, heuristic resources helps to deliver children a truly unique early years experience.

Our small, dedicated staff team are committed to making your child’s time at nursery a safe, nurturing and exciting experience. Staff make a great effort to get to know each child, particularly those they will be caring for directly as a Key Worker. Our staff plan rich, varied and imaginative activities which are tailored to each child’s interests and curiosities.

Parents deserve to be involved in shaping their child’s time at nursery. We host termly parent’s forums where ideas are discussed and implemented into children’s experiences. Regular information evenings and workshops are also held to support parents in developing their child’s learning at home.

The best way to find out if Chapelfields is the right nursery for your child is to see it for yourself. We’re always happy to welcome parents to explore our setting, so get in touch today to book a visit.

Contact us

Tel: (024) 7667 9038
Email: info@tommieschildcare.co.uk


Achieved: Good, 2016

Please use the following link to view our latest report.

“Children are making good progress across the seven areas of learning. Staff plan activities that support children’s individual interests and current levels of development. Children have many opportunities to sue mathematics in their play and learning. They count, compare quantities and identify similarities and differences in sizes and shapes.” Ofsted, 2016/17