Welcome to Flutterbies Day Nursery & Pre-school
When choosing a nursery for your child, we understand how important the decision can be for parents. It’s perfectly normal to have lots of questions. Here at Flutterbies, we aim to make the transition from home to nursery life as simple as possible whilst keeping parents informed all the way through.
Flutterbies is a large nursery with a variety of rooms which provide unique environments for all age groups. We believe in creating calming, safe and playful settings. Our open-ended approach to early years enables children to tap into their built-in curiosity and desire to explore.
Our dedicated nursery team pride themselves on creating strong bonds with the children, which helps them to learn what makes them tick. They can then plan activities which meet their interests and needs.
Before parents leave their children in our care, we offer free settling-in sessions. These allow you and your child to gradually become used to life at nursery. Once children are settled, we keep parents informed of their progress throughout their whole nursery experience.
We regular host parenting workshops where we share tips on how parents can continue their child’s learning at home. Parents can also view their child’s learning journey through an app called ParentZone. Our staff upload and share regular observations with pictures and videos, which allow parents to see exactly what their child has been getting up to.
We recommend that parents visit Flutterbies to explore the nursery, meet the staff team and learn all about our approach to early years care and education. Please feel free to get in touch today to book your visit.
Tel: (024) 7663 8700
Achieved: Good, 2017
Please use the following link to view our latest report.
“Staff use what they know about children to challenge them effectively in their learning. Children make good progress. Staff observe and assess children’s progress and planning for future learning is based on a good knowledge of each child’s stage of development.” Ofsted, 2017/18