Tiggers nurseries Ltd Group consists of two award-winning private nurseries in the Tetbury and Cirencester areas of Gloucestershire. Both nurseries are OFSTED approved and welcome children aged frombirth - five years. For more information, or to arrange a visit, contact the Tiggers team and we will be delighted to show you around.
The Manor Farm Nursery is situated in the perfect setting of a Cotswold Farm specifically designed for children. Each day the children have opportunities to explore the great outdoors, see thechanging seasons and meet the animals in their natural habitat. Children are encouraged to develop their physical skills using our extensive range of play equipment. Little ones have their own outside deck areas and comfortable all weather buggies to snuggle into as they go off for walks around the farm.
ANGEL DAY NURSERY was established in 1989 and offers children aged 5 months to 5 years a homely, caring and cheerful environment within a family atmosphere. We are situated in a quiet residential areaoffering convenience and easy access from most areas as well as being close to town. LARGE PLAYROOMS provide a bright, happy and airy atmosphere within, whilst outside a FULLY ENCLOSED GARDEN with a "Safe-Barked" play area and sandpit provide a healthy balance for outdoor fun.
At Circus Day Nursery we nurture, motivate and nourish children between the ages of three months to five years 51 weeks of the year. Our established team of qualified and experienced staff treat allchildren as individual performers who are encouraged to reach their full potential in a supportive, safe, friendly and stimulating atmosphere. Why not contact us now to schedule a tour?
Juliet Robinson is qualified in Childcare and Human Development, Montessori Teaching, Post Natal Depression, First Aid and has completed many personal development courses. Both her parents died youngin life. She grew up with a father dying of Multiple Sclerosis and a mother who turned to drink so unfortunately her teenage life was not too easy.
Broadlands was established over 20 years ago as a community-based non-profit making pre-school situated in the Leckhampton area of Cheltenham. At Broadlands, families and staff work together toprovide a freely structured and fun learning environment for children between 1 and 5 years. Our purpose-built premises are situated at the edge of Burrows Field with glorious views of Leckhampton Hill providing a safe and stimulating environment for children.
During the first five years of life children grow and develop more rapidly than at any other time, the skills and attitudes developed during these years will remain with them throughout their lives.At Nursery Rhymes we provide a carefully planned and structured environment, full of opportunities for children to experiment and initiate their own learning activities, at their own pace.
St. Gregory's Child Care Trust is located in a purpose built premises within the Catholic School of St. Gregory the Great, in the centre of Cheltenham. It is open all year round and welcomes childrenfrom the age of 2 up to the age of 11 in its Nursery, Pre School, Breakfast Club, After School Club and Holiday Club. The Nursery and Pre School caters for children between the ages of 2 and 4. The Breakfast and After School Club provides child care for the School's working parents.
All our friendly and approachable employees have been carefully chosen for their personalities and experience in caring for young children. Every child is an individual, and is precious to his/herfamily therefore we like to work with parents, and are always happy to discuss a child's needs and progress. With a happy atmosphere all our children are in a small well looked after group so our staff can cater to your child's needs.
During the first five years of life children grow and develop more rapidly than at any other time, the skills and attitudes developed during these years will remain with them throughout their lives.At Winton House we provide a carefully planned and structured environment, full of opportunities for children to experiment and initiate their own learning activities, at their own pace.