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Wimbledon Park
Durnsford Pavilion
Durnsford Recreation Ground
Wellington Road
Wimbledon Park
London
SW19 8EQ
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Coronation Gardens
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Little Learners Nursery has a lovely park setting in Durnsford Recreation Ground Wimbledon Park and is open Monday to Friday from 9.15am - 3.00pm providing sessional day care and wrap around care with Wimbledon Park Nursery. The nursery can accommodate up to 30 children and has use of an outdoor playground, totally secured.The nursery welcomes all children from ages 2 years - 5 years. We welcome parents to stay and settle their child into the group. We respect the needs of all children with regard to culture, religion, gender and ability or disability.

Little Learners is Ofsted registered and inspected by Ofsted. We can apply to our local authority for grant funding (National Education Grant) for all children ages 3 and over who are not being funded at another nursery, we also accept childcare vouchers.
We are a member of the
Pre School Learning Alliance and we adhere to its aims (Child Centred Learning). The  Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum is organised into six areas of learning there is a set of “early learning goals” which establish the expectations most children aspire to reach by the end of reception year.
Our nursery is staffed by qualified experienced childcare professionals.  Many of our staff have been parents of the nursery children who have been trained through us.  Our staff ratio average is 1 adult to 5 children plus managers. 

Lorraine Greeley-Ward
Diploma in Childcare P.S.L.A .N.N.E.B. Level 3 C & G Teacher Training

Angela Taggart
Diploma in Childcare P.S.L.A./ H.N.D. A.D.C.E. Level 4 C& G Teacher Training

Sessions will include: a free play session where the children are divided into two small groups according to their ages, children choose from a range of activities which include: puzzles, painting, craft, construction, dressing-up, sand & water play, play dough, books & educational matching games and outdoor play in our enclosed playground. A supervised break will be provided, with milk & juice, biscuits & fresh fruit, which the children kindly donate one piece of fruit to our fruit bowl each week. A healthy packed lunch to be provided by parents for those children who attend a full day or wrap around from Wimbledon Park Nursery, no sweets or chocolate please. Children could be dropped off/picked up from Wimbledon Park School to cover the lunch period am/pm session for extra hourly fee. We also manage a breakfast club at Wimbledon Park School where Little Learners children can be brought over for nursery opening. If your child also attends Wimbledon Park Nursery they can also attend their After school club. Between the two nurseries we provide full time care between 8.00am - 5.30pm.
Small group activities - cooking, art and craft activities, worksheets, matching games, computer, topic activities and exploring and playing in park. Observation records are carried out on children’s learning and wellbeing by each child’s key worker and parents are updated of child’s wellbeing, verbally and by written reports. 

Whole group activities - Extra activities: music and singing taken by music teachers Jane Cooper and Kate Rickman (Smiley Time) twice a week. Music and movement, dancing/music and movement activities are taken by dancing teacher Joanne Groves once a week. Other group activities are taken by Little Learners staff: rhymes, supervised games, stories, flash cards and interest talks. It is through this full range of activities and our experienced, caring staff that we aim to promote the development of all children, at their own pace at each session. Through these activities we cover all six areas of the early learning goals. These areas are personal, social and emotional development, communication, language and literacy, mathematical development, knowledge and understanding of the world, physical development and creative development..