Welcome to The Old School Day Nursery Nuneaton
At The Old School Day Nursery Nuneaton, we understand that, for many parents, finding a nursery that offers their child an experience like no other is so important. With so many childcare choices now available to parents, it can be difficult to find somewhere that truly puts children’s interests at heart.
Here at The Old School Day Nursery Nuneaton, children are offered a unique early years experience. The nursery is situated in an old school house which has been a place for young children to learn for over 100 years. The nursery’s character and stunning rural views provide children with a peaceful environment to learn and develop.
Children feel a deep sense of awe and wonder wherever they go. At The Old School, children are provided with open-ended resources and natural materials. This enables children to use their innate curiosity to explore and experiment in the world around them.
Although based in the rural village of Astley, Warwickshire, The Old School remains close to major commuter routes which allows working parents to access a small, countryside nursery that embraces a family feel.
The nursery has an open-plan layout, which allows young children to benefit from seeing older children at play. Low-height room divides provide enough separation so that age appropriate toys and activities are available to all children.
The Old School prides itself on excellent parent partnerships. Parents are actively involved in the development of the nursery through parent forums and workshops.
All parents are welcome to explore the nursery at The Old School, so arrange a visit today.
Tel: (016) 7654 2266
Achieved: Good, 2017
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“Children make independent choices in their learning. They use exciting and stimulating toys and resources to explore and investigate indoors and outdoors. The new manager and staff have greatly improved the nursery environment since the last inspection. They have planned this thoughtfully with children’s interests in mind.” Ofsted, 2017/18.