In a Mumsnet survey of 131 users of Bright Horizons Nurseries: 82% would buy again and 85% would recommend
We have an excellent kitchen - 5 Stars Good Hygiene Award. We offer extra curricular activities. We are five minutes’ walk to Woking town centre and and ten minutes to Woking train station.
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I have been with Teddies Woking as Nursery Manager since 2004. I have previously worked at the nursery as the Room Leader of our Baby Room and then as Deputy Manager after joining the nursery in November 1998.
I am NNEB qualified and completed my training at Guildford College, gaining my qualification in 1991. Since qualifying I have worked in day care and have enjoyed meeting many families and watching the children in my care grow and learn, while developing my skills and progressing to my current role.
I am Portuguese and finished all my studies in Portugal. I have a Degree in Modern Languages and Literature and have successfully completed a course in teaching both English and Portuguese. I also have a Master’s Degree in Special Needs Education and have worked with and taught ages 3-17 and also worked with some adults. I started working at Teddies in November 2015 joining the Baby Care team. I then became the Room Manager for Baby Care in March 2016. In May 2016 I became the Nursery Deputy Manager.
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.