In a Mumsnet survey of 131 users of Bright Horizons Nurseries: 82% would buy again and 85% would recommend
Asquith Southampton Day Nursery is rated Outstanding by Ofsted, following an inspection in December 2016 and is based in the David Lloyd Leisure Club in Nursling, Southampton.
The nursery has light and spacious rooms which lead directly onto a beautiful garden area.
Working closely with Parents, Southampton Day Nursery offers an exclusive settling in period ensuring that children are happy and confident prior to starting at the Nursery.
The Nursery consists of two baby rooms, two toddler rooms, a nursery and a preschool room.
Children take part in a variety of activities, appropriate for their age. For example, sensory play is a primary focus for babies as they learn about the world around them. As they grow into toddlers, role play becomes prominent, before they reach preschool age and focus shifts to more structured learning, getting the children ready for the move to school
Our Ready for School programme is implemented in the pre-school room. We also have growing enhancements embedded in our daily routines from Creative Cooks to Growing Artists. We also incorporate Growing Writers and Growing Mathematicians, working with the Parents to develop the children’s skills both at home and at Nursery through our Play and Learning at Home activities.
Being outdoors is also a common theme, allowing children to experience all weathers, as well as participate in our Growing Gardeners and Active Athletes programmes.
The garden is full of activities and resources to stimulate young minds, including a book corner and access to bikes and trikes.
Where possible we look to offer flexible booking patterns and a range of funding options, including the government's 30 hours funded childcare* provision. To request pricing and availability, please request a call back by clicking the button below.
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I have worked in early years all my life. I started as a Nursery Nurse, progressing to a Nursery Manager. I then became a Local Authority Adviser and Ofsted Inspector.
I joined Bright Horizons in 2013 as a Quality Assurance Manager. I now work as a Field Manager supporting nurseries across the region.
I am committed to providing quality early years and childcare for all under fives. I have two daughters who also work for the company.
My ambition has always been to work within the childcare profession. This became a reality for me following a work experience placement in a nursery whilst at school. After leaving college I began an apprenticeship in childcare quickly moving into a full time early years practitioner role; during this period I studied for my level 3 and 4 qualifications. On completing my Foundation Degree in Early Childhood I moved into a management role at a pre-school after which I joined Bright Horizons in 2018.
I am passionate about providing quality care and a safe environment in which children can develop and grow, building upon the very foundations of their futures.
Founded in 1989, Asquith Nurseries has a strong record of excellence and consistently high ratings from Ofsted and the Care Inspectorate. Children are prepared for the enjoyment of lifelong learning and exploration through industry leading equipment with the latest technology and a curriculum that prepares children for school. In November 2016, Asquith became part of the Bright Horizons family.