It is our aim at Alphabet Day Nursery to provide a clean, caring, safe and stimulating environment in a happy and warm atmosphere where children can play and have fun enabling them to develop their physical, intellectual, emotional and social skills through play. A general but flexible routine is followed daily to give the children a sense of security and to enable them to relate with confidence to members of staff and their peers. We recognise the different needs of individual child development, our staff are sensitive and will ensure each child is cared for at a level appropriate to their own development, individual needs, cultural and religious beliefs.
We have sound policies in place to manage risks as well as Health & Safety, Fire Procedure, Food Safety Standards and First Aid. A full set of which are located in the entrance hall for parents to look at. We have a Secure Entry Intercom System where staff will release the door once your identity has been confirmed
Once you have decided that Alphabet Day Nursery is right for you and your child, please come in and familiarise yourselves with the nursery surroundings. Going to nursery is a big step for a child, especially if they have not been separated from you before or are not used to mixing with a large group of other children. We understand how hard this decision can be for parents, which is why we put a huge emphasis on our relationship with you and the settling of your child. Children learn from their parents first, you are the principal carer and know your child best. Our Nursery staff are committed to providing the best care for your child in partnership with you.
We encourage all parents to be involved within the nursery, together we can work as a team to make your child’s time here a happy and enjoyable experience.
Lots of our parents have their 2nd, 3rd and even 4th children with us now, which we feel is a good reflection on the excellent quality of care we provide and 20 years on we are proud that the children who were part of the Nursery when we first opened are now returning with their own children
Keeping Costs Down
Claim up to 15 hrs free childcare per week for all 3 & 4 years olds.
15 hours per week for 2 year olds is now available subject to personal criteria
For further information regarding the FREE government funding please follow the link - click here
Inland Revenue tax credits will pay a percentage of your childcare costs providing you are eligible.
We accept all voucher schemes operated by employers which can reduce your national insurance payments.
A copy of our full prospectus and latest OFSTED report are available to download in ‘Parent information’
OFSTED Registered *GOOD* March 2011
“The friendly and inclusive nature of the setting ensures that all children receive a warm welcome and settle well with the support of the caring and nurturing team of staff”
Our Ofsted Reports are available to view by following the link below