News

We get a mention in Tatler Magazine’s great nursery guide!

We were very pleased to see that Tatler magazine give us a mention in their October Schools Guide 2018, as an ‘up and coming’ nursery amongst the best in the country. It’s great to be making a splash  when we are so new, so encourage your friends to come and have a look around!

Our garden is open!

We are really pleased that our garden has just been finished and the grass is now good to walk on. We’ve already been outside several times, both for picnic teas and also to have some games, including a great session with our parachute. We make sure the children get outside as much as possible, so… Read more »

Nursery opens on 2nd May!

Today we have had our OFSTED registration visit and are delighted to confirm we will open fully on 2nd May. So, if you have been waiting for a date, then you can relax, this is it! For more information or to book a visit, do call Emma on 0208 8712 2297 or email manager@bhdaynursery.co.uk .

Government unveils new website with information about childcare costs

At long last, the Government have announced the new website which brings together information on the various types of help available for parents with the costs of childcare. This includes details on eligibility for Tax-Free Childcare and information about the 30 hour childcare offer in September 17. Do have a look and see if this… Read more »

Childcare Choices unveiled by the Government

  Today the Government finally published it’s new website to inform parents of the various options that are available to support them with the costs of childcare. Various updates have been circulated to early years providers, so here is one to share with you all from http://www.foundationyears.org.uk “Childcare Choices, the cross-government childcare brand and campaign… Read more »

Children develop faster with working mothers

It was interesting to wake up to a very positive article on the benefits of nursery education for young children this morning. Usually the press adds to the guilt of working mothers, suggesting that there is no substitute for children to being at home with their mother or father, rather than in any type of daycare…. Read more »