All About Our Chell Nursery
The setting is based on the Biddulph Rd in Chell (opposite Tesco Express). There is easy access from the A500, Tunstall, Biddulph, Kidsgrove and surrounding areas.
We are deceptively spacious and have three large rooms downstairs, as well as an upstairs room too. Children are based in different rooms depending upon their age and development. As a guide we have 0-2, 2-3, 3+ rooms
Why Choose Us For Your Little Ones?
- We have two outdoor play areas; enabling different ages to access the outside areas at the same time.
- We have CCTV in each room to ensure the safety of staff and children. This can only be viewed in the setting and is not available on the internet.
Healthy Eating Awards
- We have achieved our healthy eating awards for both the nursery and the Out of School Club. Our menus are cooked fresh on site by our own cook.
- Each room has been recently refurbished and decorated to ensure a warm, welcoming and comfortable environment. Children’s work is displayed throughout the setting and resources provide a range of multicultural, stimulating and exciting opportunities for learning.
Out Of School Club
We have two mini buses available to take the ‘Out of School Club’ children both to and collects from Packmoor, St Wilfrids, Mill Hill and Whitfield Valley Schools. We also have a holiday club for all school holidays too. In the holidays we have a fun packed agenda with lots of trips and activities.
We have achieved our healthy eating awards for both the nursery and the Out of School Club. Our menus are cooked fresh on site by our own cook.
For Further information please come and look around or view our prospectus
What Ofsted Says About Us
‘Children make exceptional progress in all aspects of their learning and development and gaps in individual children’s attainment are closing rapidly, particularly in their communication and language development and their emotional attachments.’ (April 2013)
‘Every child in this vibrant nursery receives targeted support, guidance and excellent learning opportunities to promote their early education and development.’ (April 2013)
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