106 Stoke Newington High Street, London N16 7NY
The nursery is set across two floors of a beautiful, brand new building.
Key features include under floor heating throughout, lift access, and two outside play areas.
Each age group has its own specially designed room with bespoke fittings and furniture by high quality Community Play Things.
There is also a separate sleep and sensory room for babies and a large hall for the children to enjoy their meals in a social setting and engage in exciting activities with external providers.
Meal plans are created by a nutritionist and prepared fresh on site in the nursery's kitchen.
Person in charge: Helen and Nitin Kundra (Owners)
Local Authority / Social Services: London Borough of Hackney Council
Number of Staff: 2
Service Offered: Day Nursery (Privately Owned), Open all year, Full Day Care, Sessional Day Care
Total Places for Children: 60
Age Range: from 0 years 3 months to 5 years 0 months
Opening Days: Mon-Fri
Opening Hours: 0730-1830
When Closed: Bank Holidays & Christmas
They are situated on Stoke Newington High Street just a three minute walk from the end of Church Street, within the brand new Stoke Newington Methodist Church.
Please call the head office to register your interest so they can make sure they book you in for a personal tour of the nursery.
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Job Title: Owner
I moved to London from St Neots in Cambridgeshire in 2003 to study Footwear Design and Technology, at the prestigious Cordwainers at The London College of Fashion. I then went on to work for the last decade as a Footwear Designer for several global brands, most recently as Senior Women's Designer for Timberland. I love children and as a new mother myself, value and appreciate a stable and nurturing environment for young children to grow. I am passionate about promoting learning through creativity.
Job Title: Owner
Originally from Newcastle, I moved to London in 1999 to study Drama at Middlesex University. Since graduating, I have worked as a professional actor in theatre and television for twelve years, initially spending time as a teaching assistant and on Theatre in Education programmes during the early stages of my career. I have also worked as a performance and self confidence coach for young people and believe strongly in the benefits of drama to encourage social interaction and emotional development.