Ofsted URN: 2676747
Fennies Nursery Teddington
For almost 30 years Fennies has been a leader in educational excellence for early years, focusing on each child’s individual learning and development journey, well-being, and nutrition. This enables Fennies children to flourish academically, culturally, and socially and confidently take their next steps into education.
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Nursery opening hours: 07:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday
Address: 111 Waldegrave Road, Teddington, TW11 8BB
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Meet the Nursery Manager
Monika has over 20 years of experience managing people and tasks, and she is always looking to grow and develop herself. She has always been passionate about education, as shown by her master’s degree in Education and her Early Years Educator Diploma.
Monika is ready to impart her knowledge to everyone in the setting so that each child can grow from strength to strength in a happy and enriching environment. She is driven by improvement, whether that be focusing on the development of the children, upskilling the team or keeping her own knowledge up to date. She looks to provide a safe, happy, and enriching environment in which every child will thrive to reach their maximum potential.
The Fennies Ethos centres around three core pillars; your child’s development and education, our collaboration with parents, and our collective staff team of internal experts, our key to providing ‘the right start for under 5’s’ for all children.
We welcome children to our Teddington day nursery from the ages of 3 months to 5 years old and our unique curriculum offers an enhanced delivery of the EYFS framework. This includes a specifically designed STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) program, focused art sessions inspired by famous Artists, and lessons delivered by our internal PE and Linguistics Coaches to inspire and support your child.
We believe it is important to develop an environmental awareness from an early age which is why we are involved in Eco-Schools awards and the Farmer Time scheme. This educates our pre school children in ways they can look after the planet and develop an appreciation for the world around them.
The experiences children have at our Teddington day nursery lead up to a bespoke school readiness program, designed by the Fennies education team and consist of the Manager working closely with your child and family when transitioning to school.
We recognise the importance of the well-being of children’s minds at all ages and encourage them to become confident little communicators when it comes to managing their emotions. Mindful activities, designed to calm and self regulate, are incorporated into children’s daily routines. Alongside this, all our Room Leaders are trained in teaching pre school yoga to encourage physical play and enhance emotional development.
Nutrition plays a huge role in children’s focus, creativity, and mindset. Our nurseries are accredited with the EYNP (Early Years Nutrition Partnership) and our menus are designed alongside a registered nutritionist. Meals are then cooked on-site by our Chefs using all the fresh, balanced ingredients your child needs to learn and be happy.
Nutrition goes beyond our menus and we actively involve children in growing their own fruits and vegetables as well as teaching your child positive mealtime routines to lay the groundwork for future healthy habits.
Availability and Fees
Fees are calculated on a daily basis and vary depending upon the days and the number of sessions that your child attends. You will be provided 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.
Ofsted and early years foundation stage
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 that regulates and inspect childcare facilities. Ofsted’s role is to ensure that we provide the highest standards of childcare possible for your children.
We host a variety of virtual events to keep you and your child entertained and of course learn something new.
The Fennies blog is a hub of information for parents, whether you want to read about the benefits of specific types of play, the effect an environment has on your child or just some fun activity inspiration!