Hello, my name is Nick and I am the manager here at Marsham Street Nursery & Pre-School. I am originally from Australia where I have been in the Early Childhood industry for the past 14 years. For the past 5 years I have been managing various services with the majority of that time spent as head manager of a 123 capacity centre with 32 staff. This was part of the same company in which until recently I had 9 years service. Previous to that I had taught all ages with a focus being on the 3-5 year age group.
Rated Outstanding by Ofsted, Marsham Street Nursery & Pre-School provides childcare and education to children from birth to 5 years old.
We're in Westminster, behind Tate Britain, not far from Pimlico tube. The Nursery is set on three levels with separate floors for each age group. We also have two gardens.
We inspire the children to learn through curiosity and discovery. There are so many activities to try with our experienced staff, from small world play with mythical creatures to woodwork, cooking, yoga, climbing, and more. The children love to explore too, enjoying outings to St James’s Park and Tate Britain.*
Our chef prepares all meals using healthy recipes from LEYF’s menu.
*To minimise risk of infection children are not going out on trips into the community at this time.
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Painting portraits on different surfaces inspires creativity.
The children enjoy learning about numbers and counting using natural objects.
"We are happy with the way our daugher has settled in and she seems to be flourishing ."
"The staff are exceptional - taking the time to understand his preferences and creating play that suits them. The children go on trips to local parks, the Tate Gallery and other London landmarks."
"Experienced team and nicest environment."
"Marsham Street nursery has truly amazing staff and he has really blossomed with more accomplishments than I can list. Some of the key ones though are toilet training, self eating and increased social confidence."