St Christ 3

Why Choose Us

We are open full-time from 8:00am – 6:00pm caring for children from 2 years to 5 years. We adhere to the strict standards set by Ofsted working within the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) curriculum.

St Christopher’s provides a nurturing home from home environment. With an emphasis on learning through play, our carefully selected team of practitioners ensure your child is cared for in a safe, secure environment, with planned activities to keep them engaged whilst having lots of fun.

Our  qualified nursery team provide a warm and inviting setting which helps children to settle quickly. We take care to get to know each child, to bond with them and identify their strengths and areas that need scaffolding to support their progress. We pride ourselves on building good partnerships with parents and carers promoting family values so that we can work together to support the children in their developmental journey through St Christopher’s Nursery.

St Christopher’s nursery benefits from :

  • A bright, spacious room with lots of natural light
  • Open Monday to Friday – 51 weeks of the year
  • Full day sessions from 8 am to 6 pm
  • Half day sessions from 8-1pm or 1pm – 6pm
  • A fabulous outdoor space for children to have daily outdoor play
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