It's a Whole New World!

We are an independent, privately-owned nursery which has been nurturing children from babies to pre-schoolers since 2004 and giving them the very best start in their education journey. Our purpose-built nursery is light and airy while large grounds provide safe parking and four separate garden and outdoor recreation areas.

Food, Glorious Food

At Learning Curve we provide daily a balanced, wholesome diet. Breakfast, mid morning snack, lunch and afternoon tea  - the emphasis is on providing a healthy diet. Our chef prepares our food fresh daily and the children just love her tasty cooking.

A picture of 2 children in the playground smiling for the camera.

Outdoor Learning

At Learning Curve we have a large garden plus an extensive enclosed natural play area where children can learn and play with natural materials. There is also an enclosed area of hard-standing for younger children and a vegetable and sensory garden which all children get to use and enjoy.

A group photo of some our children posing for the camera outside of the nursery.

Purpose Built Facilities

Learning Curve’s purpose-built premises are safe, secure and designed specifically for early years. They offer access to the necessary facilities for a range of activities, which promote the physical and emotional development of the children.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dedicated Spaces

The learning and development of the children is not just confined to the internal setting of the Nursery but extends to the large and safe outdoor play area. We view the external environment as another classroom. This allows the children to explore their surroundings and exercise their imagination.

You may well find the children are riding their trikes in the nursery garden, digging in the earth pit, playing in the sand or running through the tunnel. In the sensory garden they might be planting potatoes, watching and feeding the birds at the bird table or making sounds on the music tree. Sometimes they will be exploring the shamba, our woodland area, making dens, scaling the mound on the climbing rope, or playing in the willow house.