Horsham Day Nursery and Preschool


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In a Mumsnet survey of 131 users of Bright Horizons Nurseries: 82% would buy again and 85% would recommend

New Horsham Nursery Opening Summer 2021

Our brand new nursery will offer six individual rooms tailored to each age group as a large external play area for the toddlers and preschool children and a separate baby garden for the babies. All age rooms have been designed to be flexible and allow children to flourish and explore while building a lifelong love of learning. Children in the nursery are well prepared to transition to school with our Ready for School Programme which includes Growing Readers, Writers and Mathematicians. All our food will be freshly cooked by our on-site chef and is nutritionally balanced.

An enriching Ready for School programme gives every child the opportunity to gain knowledge and confidence to thrive in school and beyond.

The nursery will be located two miles west of Horsham town centre, with excellent rail and road connections.


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Headshot of the manager of Bright Horizons Horsham Day Nursery and Preschool
Linda Cutchey
Nursery Manager

Supporting and Learning

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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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Meet the Team

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Linda Cutchey

I started my childcare career working as a preschool assistant in a term time mornings only setting which suited my then family situation thinking this will be something to keep me occupied not realising I would be bitten by the childcare bug! I eventually bought this business and continued to run it for further 6 years at which time my family circumstances had changed and I was able to work more hours.

In 2006 I applied to be an acting nursery manager to cover maternity leave at a day care setting in Surrey not entirely certain what I was taking on. It soon became clear that giving the children in my care the best possible start in their lives mattered to me and I was thrilled when I was appointed permanent manager. During my time as manager at this setting I took it from Ofsted satisfactory to outstanding. During this period I also studied for and gained my foundation degree in Early Years & Childcare, something that after being away from formal education for 30 years and a single mum I am intensely proud of.

As the company expanded I was promoted to an Area Manager role. I enjoyed overseeing all aspects and I led 7 nurseries through The Surrey Quality Improvement Award as lead practitioner.

Having been made redundant when this small chain was bought I returned to a nursery as Nursery Manager and then as Operations Director for a large independent nursery with its own forest school and after school club. When the dreaded redundancy came again when this too was bought out, I sought out the challenge of going back to a role with Bright Horizons where making a difference for children was paramount. I have now been at Bright Horizons 3 years and have in that time been involved with delivering quality in a large number of settings and more recently as a supporting manager.

I look forward to meeting you all even from behind a mask and leading the nursery to ensure all your children have the opportunities to develop and grow to the best of their ability.

Headshot of the deputy manager of Bright Horizons Caterham Burntwood Lane Day Nursery and Preschool

Lauren Huck

Since leaving school and going to college to study for my Level 2 and 3 in Childcare I have become so passionate about caring and supporting children’s development.

I started at Bright Horizons in October 2018, where I became a nursery nurse. Over the years, I have developed within my roles and have been a Deputy Manager for Caterham Burntwood Lane since January 2020.

Through my experience of working through various roles, I have gained knowledge throughout all ages groups and thrive to support children in all areas of their development.

Candy Floss

Candy Floss

Hi, my name is Candy Floss, I joined Bright Horizons in March 2010 as the ‘Super Safety Hero’ to help nursery children stay safe and manage risks. My role as a Health and Safety Super Hero is unique to Bright Horizons and I’m in every nursery, 365 days a year.

Back in 2010, I saw a job advert for a Zebra Super Safety Hero – I was very excited, applied and was invited for an interview with several other zebras. We were interviewed by all the children who then voted on which of us would be their Super Safety Hero. It was hoof biting but I was thrilled when they told me I was the most voted for by the children who all loved me because of my cape and bag. My bag is very special, if something fits inside, it’s a choking hazard. You might be wondering how I got my name. The children in our nurseries chose five names and voted for their favourite. I love it as it’s unique, I mean have you ever heard of a zebra called Candy Floss? Exactly!

Why Bright Horizons

The Bright Horizons passion and enthusiasm for providing high-quality care isn’t just common knowledge within our own business – we’ve also gained some impressive accolades from external sources for excellence as both a childcare provider, and as an employer. We are the only childcare company to have been listed for the last 11 years as one of the country’s top 50 “Great Places to Work” by the Great Place to Work Institute.

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