Welcome to our Nursery
We believe our children flourish because they feel happy and secure in the atmosphere and environment provided for them
We treat each child as an individual and their strengths and talents are observed and encouraged
At Lake House Day Nursery we believe:
the 'early years’ of a child’s life are the most important of all
that education is a journey, not a race
if children enjoy their education at the beginning of their lives, this paves the way for them to feel positive when they go to school - please read the comments from parents on our publication page
We aim to:
provide a warm, caring, family-like environment where your child is nurtured and supported
enable your child to feel at home and consequently grow in self-confidence within a happy, relaxed setting
provide your child with the opportunity to develop a broad range of skills that may give them a thirst for knowledge throughout their lives
Positive reinforcement is used in preference to negative feedback. Young children learn by example, we teach our children respect and consideration for others by role modelling behaviours.
We organise our layout to ensure that the children are not in one room all day, but have the same freedom of choice as they would have at home; adopting a Montessori approach.
For we believe it is important for children to relax as well as learn, so we create opportunities for them to do this during the day.
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What our parents say
Where do I start? We have had two daughters attend Lake House and I can honestly say it’s been like a home away from home. The thought of leaving your child all day can be heart wrenching but it’s made better at the thought of them being happy while you're at work, which is due to all the staff at Lake House.
Words are not enough for how we feel as a family about everyone who works at Lake House, from baby room to pre-school.
All I know is that a happy child is a happy parent!!"
R. Sadiq – Pharmacist