Nurseries Owned by Rainbow Nursery Group

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Rainbow Nursery Group is one of the longest established private family run day nursery groups in Tunbridge Wells.

Rainbow Nurseries operates three Tunbridge Wells childcare facilities that offer both friendly atmospheres and versatile learning environments for pre-school children to develop. Rainbow Nurseries want all children to be happy and enjoy their early experiences at nursery, and develop an enthusiasm for learning. The provider adheres to Ofsted requirements, values strong relationships with parents and has a sound community reputation.


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Rainbow Nursery @ Little Forest Children's Centre

Little Forest Childrens Centre, Friars Way, Tunbridge Wells

Rainbow Nursery @ Little Forest Children's Centre provides a caring and stimulating environment for children from 0 to 8 years, with a company philosophy based upon respecting each child's… more

Review Score 9.9
from 40 Reviews
Little Forest is fantastic. Our son has been so happy there from day one since moving from a… (Saturday 10 Mar 2018)

Rainbow Nursery @ The Sports Centre

Tunbridge Wells Sports Centre, St Johns Road, Tunbridge Wells

Rainbow Nursery @ The Sports Centre pursues an ethos of prioritising each child's potential and individuality, helping them to learn within an atmosphere where they can feel valued and… more

Review Score 9.7
from 11 Reviews
My nephew seems to have a great time when he is at the nursery. He loves playing with the other… (Tuesday 13 Feb 2018)

Rainbow Nursery @ Birling Road

St Marks Hall, Birling Road, Tunbridge Wells

Rainbow Nursery, in Tunbridge Wells, has built up an excellent reputation locally for quality childcare, being a family-run service that looks to respect all children and parents, and with… more

Review Score 8.2
from 11 Reviews
My four-year-old daughter is a very happy attendee at Rainbow. She is joined by her seven-year-old… (Thursday 18 May 2017)