Nursery from 6 weeks

Ofsted Report

We are super pleased to let you all know that we are officially rated “Good” by Ofsted. Here is the Ofsted report, if you would like to read it.

We have been on a long journey to get here and we couldn’t have done it without the support of our wonderful nursery families and our amazing staff. So thank you all, you’re amazing.

This was our first inspection so we are delighted with our rating, the report is lovely. The inspector advised us to do two things and we’ve already achieved them!

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Nursery Re-opening

We finally have a date for re-opening!

Wednesday 2nd September

And…. we have uniforms! If you would like to order uniforms for your child please go to our Uniform Shop

We can’t wait to see the children in their new uniforms, we’ve missed our little friends.


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Temporary Nursery Closure

It is with great regret that we announce that we are having to close our doors for the immediate future. The announcement from the Prime Minister last night, urging us all to stay safe, has helped us make the decision. The safety of our Ready Set Grow family is of utmost importance and we feel the best way to ensure this is to stay apart.
We will still be working behind the scenes, so if you have any questions please message us.
The children have been helping to decorate our windows which we hope will put a smile on your faces if you walk past the nursery on your daily walk, or on your way to work if you are one of the many Key Workers supporting us all in this crisis.
We will miss our children deeply and hope that you all stay safe.

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Coronavirus School Closures

Following the government advice, and having discussed with the local council, we regret to announce that Ready Set Grow Nursery will be providing only limited service from end of day on Friday March 20th, 2020.

We will remain open during this time, but only to care for children who meet the criteria defined by the government, including:

  • Children of “Key Workers”
  • Children who are on a plan
  • Children who have an EHCP

Please see the government information for parents and carers for more details, including a list of “Key Workers”

However, the advice remains that if your child can be looked after safely at home do NOT send them to nursery. Do NOT have grandparents look after them. If your child has a temperature above 37.8C or a new and continuous cough, do NOT send them to nursery.

We will be contacting the carers of our registered children today to agree whether they will be able to attend nursery next week, but please feel free to contact us directly with any questions.

We will also consider accepting new children who meet the criteria for care during the closure, as we appreciate that some Key Workers might need additional support during this time. We will do our best to accept adhoc bookings, we will not require agreement to longer term placement, and we will extend our normal NHS, Emergency Services and Armed Forces discounts to ALL designated Key Workers during this crisis.

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Coronavirus Update

Following today’s announcements, we are offering discounted spaces to families who meet Government guidelines to keep their children in childcare during the school closures.

Please message us for prices – we will also consider children who are entitled to funded places.

See the government website for more details

After schools shut their gates on Friday afternoon, they will remain closed until further notice except for children of key workers and vulnerable children, as part of the country’s ongoing response to coronavirus.

Examples of these workers include NHS staff, police and supermarket delivery drivers who need to be able to go to work to support the country’s fight to tackle coronavirus. Vulnerable children include those who have a social worker and those with Education, Health and Care Plans – a legal document that describes a child’s special educational needs and the support they require.

Children who do not fall into these groups should remain at home with appropriate care.

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Enrolling Now

Our new term starts on 20/04/2020.

If you’re interested get in touch to arrange a visit.


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Like you, we have been watching the news on the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19 with concern.
It is our intention that Ready Set Grow Nursery will remain fully open and operational as usual, unless official government guidance tells us otherwise.
We would like to reassure you that the health and safety of your children is our top priority.

We would also like to remind you of our sickness policy and ask that children who are unwell (particularly those showing symptoms of cold or flu – including cough, high temperature or shortness of breath) be kept at home.

For further guidance on COVID-19, we recommend the official NHS website

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Enrolling now

We are enrolling for September.

Our new term starts on 3/9/19

If your child is entitled to funding you only have until the end of August to apply.

Want to find out if you’re eligible and apply for Tax-Free Childcare and 30 hours childcare? 👩‍👩‍👦‍👦 👨‍👩‍👦Watch this video for step-by-step guidance on what you need to apply 👀👉

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New children welcome throughout the year.

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We’re Open!

We are open!

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Prices Published

We have now published our list of fees and charges:

Age Charge
Babies (<2 years) £5.50 / hour
Early Years (2 year-olds) £5.00 / hour
Pre-school (3-4 years) £4.50 / hour
Before / after school (school age) £3.00 / hour

See the Fees & Charges page for further details and information on meals and timings.

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