Wembley Day | Day Nurseries & Pre-School | Wembley

Wembley Nursery and Preschool

Why Children Love Us

A place to grow

Wembley Nursery and Preschool provides care and education for children aged 3 months to 5 years. Our fantastic transport links and on-site parking makes us ideal for commuting parents.

Extra curricular activities include French and our three large gardens give children ample opportunity to explore the world around them and take part in sensory play with our mud kitchen. This play and exploration extends to our dedicated activity room.

Our dedicated and hard-working team helped the nursery achieve a Good rating in our latest Ofsted inspection.

Karren Thompson
Nursery Manager

Nutrition

Our excellent nutritionally balanced menu is changed regularly to encourage a varied diet and is approved by the Childrens Food Trust. Here is an example of a typical menu.

Supporting and Learning


A day at Wembley Nursery and Preschool

Below is an example of a typical day

  • Morning

    Drop Off

  • Morning

    Breakfast

  • Morning

    Free Play

  • Morning

    Growing Programmes

  • Morning

    Organised Activities

  • Morning

    Organised Activities

  • Midday

    Lunch

  • Afternoon

    Sleep Time

  • Afternoon

    Sleep Time

  • Afternoon

    Free Play

  • Afternoon

    Outdoor Play

  • Afternoon

    Growing Programmes

  • Afternoon

    Organised Activities

  • Afternoon

    Tea / Dinner Time

  • Afternoon

    Outdoor Play

  • Afternoon

    Free Play

  • Afternoon

    Free Play

  • Afternoon

    Pick Up

Fees & Availability

Where possible we look to offer flexible booking patterns, including everything your child needs. To request pricing and availability, please request a call back by clicking the button below.

Meet the Team

Karren Thompson

I am currently in my 25th Year working for Bright Horizons. During this time I have managed 7 nurseries (Alperton, Pentland, Broadgate, East Barnet, Billets Corner, Northwick Park and now Wembley. I became a Senior Manger 7 years ago, and I will support nurseries when required and now hold a BA in Childhood  Early and Education. I thoroughly enjoy watching children learn and grow in their early years and look forward to welcoming you and your child to our beautiful nursery!

Alison SeahoIme

I have been working in childcare for over 20 years and at Wembley Day Nursery & Preschool since 2009.  
I am NNEB trained and have furthered my training since including completing First Aid and Child Protection courses as well as keeping myself current about changes in childcare.
I became a nursery practitioner because I feel that the early years are an important time in a child's development and as such you can help develop a child love of learning and a confidence in themselves that there can carry with them throughout their life. 
I have brought with me knowledge of activities and experiences that I have gained over my career.

Debbie Clarke

I have always had a child care connection; I was a childminder while my children were young and I also ran a mums and toddler group. I began my career at Alperton Nursery in 2009 as a Nursery Assistant. I gained my level 3 in 2010, which helped me to gain a wider knowledge of children’s development and to support me in my career progression.  I became the room leader for the baby room in 2013, and In 2014 I successfully became the deputy manager.  In 2015, the opportunity arose for me to transfer to a nursery closer to my home and this is when I joined Wembley Nursery. I have four children and my youngest is at university. 

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!

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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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