In the heart of West Bridgford

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We encourage and help each child develop to their full potential.

 

 

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We help our children to feel safe and enjoy every aspect of their time with us.

 

 

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We help children develop enquiring minds.

 

 

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threeWe aim:

To provide an excellent level of care in a safe, stimulating and suitable environment for each individual child’s development and growth.

To encourage and help each child to develop to their full potential.

To develop their self esteem and self worth.

To encourage and develop their skills of co-operation and communication.

To help them develop enquiring minds.

To feel safe and enjoy every aspect of their time with us.

To work closely in partnership with parents and families with excellent communication shared.

SleepEvery child is an individual and every parent has important questions so we don’t mind answering the same questions over and over again to make sure you are happy with your childs future care.

If there is anything you want to know either telephone or e-mail us, we won’t forget that this is your child and could be the first time you have looked at a nursery, even though we have been caring for children for many years.

Helen,

“I wanted to email to say thank you so much for your incredible composure and very clear communication over the last few weeks.  I can only imagine what a distressing and worrying time this has been to you, your family and everyone at WBOOSC.  The team have really been amazing, soldiering on and giving the girls the best care, teaching and so much fun”.  (Rachel).

“Thank you for all you and your team do for our children and particularly thank you for your amazing leadership at this rapidly changing time for us all”.  (Lydia).

“Thank you for keeping us informed in this ever changing environment, this must be really tough for you and I appreciate everything you’re doing in this horrible situation”.  (Joanna).

 

Coronavirus.