Welcome to Osborne House Community Nursery

Osborne House offers full day care in a setting that encourages your children's development through play and learning, starting from 3 months to 5 years. We have four different rooms that suit each stage of their development, meaning they continue to grow with other children of their age group and development level.

Set in a large Victorian building with age ranges spread over two floors, we offer an incredible amount of varied outdoor play areas which give our children one of the best places to burn off excess energy and discover new abilities in the process.

 

Latest Ofsted Inspection Aug 2019

Our Rooms

    • Little Monkeys is our specialist baby facility on the second floor of the Nursery. Children are aged from 3 months to approximately 16 months old.

      • Age Group
        3-16 months
      • Day Rate
        £54.95
    • This room is located on the second floor of the Nursery premises. Children within this room are approximately aged between 16 months – 2 years.

      • Age Group
        16-24 months
      • Day Rate
        £54.95
    • This room is located on the ground floor of the nursery premises in a separate annex building. Children within this room are aged  2 – 3 years.

      • Age Group
        2-3 years
      • Day Rate
        £52.41
    • Big Noahs is our Pre-School children aged 3-5 years. Pre-School is located on the ground floor of the building. The Pre-School is made up of three rooms.

      • Age Group
        3-5 years
      • Day Rate
        £54.28
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    “Our daughter has been attending Osborne House 3 days a week from when she was 9 months old. She has now just turned 2. We can say with some conviction that she loves going here-it’s very hard to get her to leave each evening! The staff are extremely friendly, caring and professional in the manner in which they look after the children. Nursery have been very supportive with our daughter’s allergies. When she first arrived they were extremely helpful with meal planning and accommodating her needs. We’d like to thank all the staff at Osborne House for the great job they do in looking after not only our daughter, but all the other children who attend the Nursery.”

    Mrs D

    When we first visited Osborne House it immediately stood out head-and-shoulders above the rest. With a focus on fun, comfort, happiness and learning through playing both inside and out, it was obviously far more suitable for us than the other nurseries that we’d been to see before. We both agreed immediately that it was exactly the kind of place that our baby would really enjoy and our worries about leaving him for the day were instantly put to rest… our son is now 18-months old and absolutely thriving – we remain delighted with our choice. We genuinely could not offer higher praise and are extremely thankful for the kindness and care that our son has been shown. We would (and have numerous times already) recommend the Nursery to anyone without hesitation.

    Mr R

    “Our daughter has been at Osborne House Community Nursery since she was 20 months old (she is now 4). During this time she has enjoyed the wide range of activities and toys at Nursery which are frequently changed to maintain interest and has loved spending her days with the EYPs who are friendly, welcoming and attentive to the differing needs of each child. I feel Osborne House gives the kind of care to each child that you yourself give to your child and the experiences that you would never think of giving.”

    Miss B

    Osborne house is a great friendly Nursery, the staff are really supportive and encouraging to the children’s needs. They do many beneficial activities with the children and keep you very informed of how they are progressing

    Miss B

    My eldest daughter came to this Nursery over 5 years ago and really enjoyed her time here, so it was my first choice for my new baby girl. Freya started when she was just over 5 months old and has come on in leaps and bounds thanks to the interaction with the other children and all the stimulation and encouragement she is given by the staff. She starts kicking her legs in excitement the minute we pull up in the car park in the morning and barely notices I have gone! Despite her being so much younger than the other children, she has fully participated in all the art and craft work – her chicken is a masterpiece- although I suspect she has had a little help. Recently she has been enjoying the baby yoga which, I believe, is helping her to start to stand and “cruise”

    Mrs M