Welcome to Four Brooks Day Nursery & Pre-school

Finding the best nursery for your child has always been a challenge that parents have faced. You want to make sure you’ve done all your research and feel confident that you’re making the right decision for you and your child.

Our vision at Four Brooks is to provide an excellent service to young children and babies that makes a positive difference to their lives.

We recognise that all children are unique individuals with their own passions, needs and challenges. It’s why we have adopted a child-centred approach that allows our staff to use children’s interests to support and develop their learning.

Children at Four Brooks benefit from our vast indoor and outdoor spaces, which allow our staff to create engaging and inviting environments. This includes a large outdoor grass area and a bespoke baby garden which can be used in all weathers.

Children’s security whilst at nursery is of the utmost importance to us. The nursery has CCTV, which provides coverage of all the indoor play areas and the outdoor spaces. We also have a fob system, which means only staff can unlock the doors within the nursery.

We believe parents should be closely involved in their child’s time at nursery. Parents can see what their children have been up to each day through an app called ParentZone. Staff record observations with images and videos on a tablet and upload them to children’s digital learning journeys. We also host regular parent’s evenings to discuss children’s progress and how their learning can be further developed at home.

The best way to find out if Four Brooks 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) 7636 6944
Email: info@tommieschildcare.co.uk

Ofsted

Achieved: Good, 2016

Please use the following link to view our latest report.

“Staff greet children warmly each day. Good relationships have formed between staff, children and their parents. Clear information is gathered from parents about their child, enabling staff to effectively meet individual care and learning needs. Staff use their knowledge of how children learn and develop to plan a wide variety of interesting and challenging activities. They use their observations and assessments of children to plan for the next steps in their learning.” Ofsted, 2016/17

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