Our Nursery is located in Southgate / Oakwood in Enfield borough with easy access to good road network and for  children nursery  admissions or all day childcare feel free to contact us.
For admissions, reserving places, or to book a visit to the nursery –please call the nursery 020 88822866 or Director 07884 182777
For day to day nursery enquiries please call 020 88822866  (manager) 
For emergencies-07884 182 777 (director)


Members of the senior management team have qualifications in Childcare and Child Psychology with over 25 years of experience in childcare. They take pride in educating and nurturing children by creating a ‘home from home’ environment. The management team is well aware of giving the child a suitable equivalent of parental care and love in the setting, and try its' utmost to satisfy parental expectations in the emotional, academic and psychological development of the child.

The Teaching Process or Curriculum

We blend the Montessori methods along with the programmes (OFSTED and EYFS) controlled by the government bodies for the early foundation stage.   At the same time, we incorporate traditional values, good behaviour, manners and respect along with the other teaching practices.

The governing body OFSTED and EYFS has seven Learning Areas.

 The Prime Areas are:
.Communication and language
.Physical development
.Personal,socialand emotional development

Specific Areas are:

  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive Art and Design.


               Listening and attention
In this session we let children listen to stories and songs after which they will be encouraged to comment on them with expressive actions using their hands and face movements. While they listen to others, it helps to improve their communication skills and language.

The questions on stories asked children using 'how' and 'why' will promote their language skills. We make sure that all children are encouraged to be part of this exercise.

 We let each child speak freely and frequently in order to be aware of the future, present and past tenses of the verbal language.


               Moving and Handling
We make children to gain control over their movements and to effectively handle the tools. For example: How to hold a pencil properly while writing.

               Health and Self-care
Our team of expert staff will encourage the children to make a self-health talk. I.e., how to keep good hygiene and maintain health to be on the safer side.
Our staff will inform children about a healthy diet and direct them on how to manage their personal hygiene by themselves (dressing-up and toilet manners)


               Self-confidence and self-awareness
Our staff allows children to select and try new activities alone or with others, discuss their ideas, and find different ways of doing them. This process allows children to gain self-awareness and be self-confident.

                Managing Feelings and Behaviour 
Children are allowed to discuss how others and they express the feelings. Through these, they will understand how certain types of behaviours are unacceptable. The staff will help children to decide on these matters. After allowing them to share their experiences with their peer groups, they come to an understanding of how to behave in different situations.   

                Making Relationships
While in the act of group play, children are encouraged by giving mutual respect and care and take turns with others willingly. They are given the opportunity to make good relationship with adults and other children.


Children are allowed to read simple sentences, and also understand them. They are encouraged to talk with others and gain competencies in telling others what they have read.

Our staff nurtures children to use their knowledge of phonetic sounds when writing words in simple sentences.  They are given the opportunity to read their sentences to others.


The nursery has a large array of number cards. Children are to use them when counting numbers from 1 to 20 and place them in the correct order. When given a number, they are to give the next number or the one before it. We give them objects so that they find the correct number of objects when given a number. Using these objects they can add or subtract two single-digit numbers. They are to count on or back from 1 to 20. Simple problems of doubling, sharing and halving are given to them.

                Shapes, Space and Measures
Children are given opportunities to solve problems on size, weight, capacity, position, distance, time and money by comparing quantities and objects. They explore, recognise and describe the shapes of objects in everyday life and use mathematical language to name them; such as rectangles, squares, triangles, circles, semi-circles, spheres, cubes and cones etc.   


                People and Communities
Children are encouraged to talk about the present and past events from their own lives and learn about similar situations in the lives of other children. They learn about others culture and tradition which can be different from theirs; and also learn their way of life, to set themselves ready to live in a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic society.

                The World     
Children will inquire and talk about their own environment in relation to place, objects and living things. They learn why everyone’s environment differ and gradually talk about these changes.

Children gradually learn to recognise the products of technology from their own homes, their nursery settings, and in places they visit or seen in the T.V., They learn what these objects are used for. Children are given the opportunity to select and use some products of technology to suit their ages.  Computer lessons  will be available for 3/5 year old pre schoolers for them to learn hand eye control, moving the mouse and to learn the letters ,numbers and shapes.


               Exploring and using Media and Materials
Children sing songs, dance, make music and do experiments to change and suit their own collective desires and tastes. They will explore and use a variety of materials, colours, designs, textures, forms and functions to create things, with an adult to guide them safely.

               Being Imaginative                              
Emphasis is laid by our staff to encourage children to be creative. Ample opportunities are given to them by supplying varied materials and tools. They are free to self-develop ideas and ways to handle materials, colours, technology, design, art, music, and role play and stories etc. in order to express their feelings.