Rated ’Outstanding’ by Ofsted, our Horley nursery is full of character and offers modern and spacious rooms. The bespoke garden includes a fruit tree orchard, sanded seating area for story time, creepy crawly towers and raised bed allotments creating several outdoor learning opportunities for children. Located close to both Horley station and Gatwick airport, our nursery is perfect for parents who commute.
Come and see for yourself, we'd love to show you around. We are able to schedule visits during the week, by appointment and we hold regular Saturday Open Days. Please fill in the form below and we will contact you to organise your visit.
Jaimie has been managing our nursery in Horley since 2014. She joined Fennies in 2011 as a Room Leader, progressing to Deputy Manager and finally taking on the role of Nursery Manager. Jaimie is a passionate and positive team leader who takes pride in her work and the achievements of her fantastic team. She loves being part of the children’s development and growth.
She values the special role that she and her team play in the lives of all the children in our Horley nursery, from the babies as young as three months old to the four-year-old pre-schoolers. Jaimie has a strong relationship with her children’s parents and families and provides a loving, caring nursery environment and gives a warm welcome to everyone who comes through her door.
Fees are calculated on a daily basis and vary depending upon the days and the number of sessions that your child attends nursery. Your Nursery Manager will provide you with a detailed fee sheet in advance of registration. The fee sheet will be relevant to the number of days and sessions that you require for your child. We offer a 10% sibling discount, applied to the older child.
Childcare fees are paid in advance on the first working day of the month. Direct Debits are collected on the first working day of the month.
We are proud that all of our nurseries are rated Outstanding and Good in all areas by Ofsted.
Information for parents about Ofsted’s role in regulating childcare. The Offices for Standards in Education (Ofsted) is a non-ministerial government department who regulate and inspect childcare facilities. Ofsted’s role is to ensure that we provide the highest standards of childcare possible for your children.Horley Ofsted Report
Our nurseries are consistently growing, and we are always looking to expand our award-winning team. Fennies offer incredible career development and training opportunities alongside competitive salaries.
Whether you are looking for an apprenticeship, a qualified position, management role or looking to join our head office team, we would love to hear from you.