Burgess Hill Nursery
An outstanding nursery in Burgess Hill
WHOle school & nursery open fortnight
Please join us for our Whole School and Nursery Open Fortnight from Monday 19th September to Friday 30th September. Book your place.
Girls and Boys
Burgess Hill Nursery welcomes girls and boys from 2½ to 4 years. Many girls progress into the Burgess Hill Girls Pre-Prep Reception class which is just above us in the same building. So not far to go! Our nursery has spacious modern classrooms for each of our three different age groups; Hedgehogs (2½ – 3), Badgers (3 – 4) and Squirrels (3 – 4). All the rooms have direct access to our fabulous enclosed outdoor play area.
OPEN 51 WEEKS A YEAR
As many of our staff are working parents we understand the complexities of organising child care. That’s why our nursery is open 51 weeks a year from 8am to 6pm. We also offer term-time and part-time places and school day hours from 8.30am to 3.50pm.
Early Years Curriculum
Our dedicated team are qualified, friendly and love working with little ones. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum but above all else we want to give each child the confidence to ‘have a go’ and embrace all that nursery life has to offer. For a taster of life at Burgess Hill Nursery please watch the video below.
AN OUtSTANDING NURSERY
In December 2014 the Independent Schools Inspectorate rated our Early Years department as outstanding across all areas commenting that ‘the education programmes provide interesting and challenging experiences, which are highly effective in promoting the children’s language, communication, personal, social and emotional development’.
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Parents visiting the nursery always comment on the happy and vibrant atmosphere. There is always a contagious sparkle in the air! Please do come and see it for yourself.
Mrs Suzanne Roberts
“I could not be happier with Burgess Hill Nursery. The staff are consistent, caring and focused on providing children with the best possible learning environment. Beatrice talks of wonderful experiences and we have seen her progress with her writing, numbers and knowledge. I love the creative approach the preschool uses to help children learn including their social and emotional development. Beatrice loves her preschool and tells us it’s lots of fun. I will be sad when it’s her time to leave, but confident she’ll be ready for the next stage in her education.”