Childcare

We offer extended hours for 3 and 4 year olds in addition to 15 hours free nursery sessions per week.

We also have provision for two year olds and a holiday club.

The Nest

The Nest is a ‘home from home’ environment for two year olds, a safe and nurturing environment where children can begin to make friends and try out new experiences.

Owlets

Owlets offers a warm, safe, stimulating environment where children can play with others beyond the 15 hours free entitlement for 3 and 4 year olds.

Holiday Club

Our holiday club is available for 2 to 5 year olds. Reception age children are welcome as well as children attending The Nest and Nursery.

Some of our news…

Bear Hunt

Thank you to all the families who came on ‘The Bear Hunt’, with us around the garden on 17th May. Despite the rainy weather we had a great time going through the ‘swishy swashy’, grass and squelching through the mud. The children then enjoyed returning to the classrooms to eat a well earned honey sandwich!  ... read more

International Day Celebrations

    We held our annual International Day celebrations to raise money for Clic Sargent on Saturday 6 May.  We had a great day with lots of families bringing delicious food to share from around the world. We were also entertained by Irish and Chinese dancers, who looked beautiful in their costumes.  The event also saw the official opening of ‘The Old Orchard’ garden which is now being used by all the classes as a learning... read more

Easter Singing

  On Wednesday the children and adults had fun in the garden singing songs about new life and eggs.  Here are some photos of the event which included a real egg as a prop for Humpty Dumpty and hot cross buns as a treat.  Have a very Happy Easter holiday... read more

RED NOSE DAY

We raised £31.00 by painting red noses on the children and parents!  If you would like to donate money to Comic Relief please hand it in to the office by 4.00pm on Friday 31 March.  Thank you. read more

Eggstravaganza Day 22 March 2017

Homerton enjoyed a fun and educational day in the garden learning all about different creatures who lay, or don’t lay eggs!  Thank  you to all the families who came and searched for frogs in the pond, guessed the identity of the mystery egg, and met Debbie’s African land snail.  Do have a look at the photos and see all the activities we enjoyed together.  Can you spot Charlie – our caretaker Roy’s dog?  ... read more

March News

Wednesday 22 March – Eggstravaganza at 8.45 and 12.45. Parents are warmly invited to join their children in the garden finding out about life cycles and learning together. Friday 24 March – Red Nose Day – we are painting red noses for 50p on children and adults to raise money for Comic... read more
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