Day Nursery - an "Outstanding" start.

At Ashby Castle Day Nursery, we promote a broad and balanced curriculum which caters for each child's individual learning needs.

50% of a child's intelligence is developed by the age of four and so early, well-prepared, child-centred learning activities are essential.

We identify each child's individual learning needs and interests; and immerse them in relevant activities that capture their imagination and encourage inquisitive learning. Our curriculum adheres fully to the Early Years Foundation Stage guidelines.

We emphasise promoting natural materials and open-ended opportunities. Our play-based program draws children in and encourages them to learn, try new things, create and wonder.

Our six, age-appropriate learning rooms are wonderful, and stimulating in their decorative features; and we provide the children with the highest quality resources available.

For the younger age groups, the rooms accommodate a maximum of 12 children. This, combined with our high staffing levels, means that we can give your child excellent individual focus and attention.

Children in one of the group rooms

Naturally, our relationship with parents is extremely important to us. Our team of nursery practitioners are very adept at working in synergy with parents through transparency, communication and shared information, to ensure the best possible outcomes for the children in our care. We want to equip 'our' children to achieve their full potential and grow as individuals.

This commitment extends to providing healthy, nutritious foods, and making sure each child enjoys wholesome meals. We have expertise and many years experience in catering for children with special dietary requirements.

We are happy to show you round our outstanding day nursery any time so you can see for yourself how the children thrive in this environment. Alternatively, download our prospectus for further details.

Children in the outdoor facilities

Choosing Ashby Castle Day Nursery for my child is the best decision we made, we trust them implicitly

- Sarah Robbins, parent