the nursery

Built as a nursery when the Easton Community Centre opened in 1989, the annexe has now been fully refurbished to return it to its original purpose. We are restoring its history in order to give it a bright future.

Speaking of bright, the main room is big, light and airy, but not at the expense of its warm and intimate atmosphere. Beyond the double doors lies a private courtyard for the children to explore – full of plants, a mud kitchen and plenty of space to run around in complete safety.

Our Head of Nursery, Nicola Brimble, is a keen forest school teacher and this wonderful natural environment surrounding the building is a gift for her as well as the children.

Spread over two floors, our nursery is made fully accessible by a lift.

 
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nursery team

Nicola Brimble - Head of Nursery

Natalie Horton - Admissions Manager

Kelly McCloskey - Nursery Manager

Rosie Wilson - Deputy Manager

Amy Wootton - Early Years Educator

Chloe-Ann Burskys - Early Years Educator

Dorina Mag - Early Years Educator

Georgia Patsidou - Early Years Educator

Jemyka Bailey - Early Years Educator

Kate Sims - Early Years Educator

Lisa Hathway - Early Years Educator 

Rachel Dixon - Early Years Educator

Sinita Kaur - Early Years Educator 

 
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food

We recognise the importance of a balanced, nutritious diet in a child’s development. As well as delivering a menu that supports children’s needs, we teach them about nutrition.

Every day, Lynsey and her team in Bar des Amis – the Community Centre’s café – prepare meals and snacks that are balanced, healthy – and did we mention delicious?  

Each half-day session includes a hot meal – lunch for the morning session and tea for the afternoon session. There are also healthy snacks and drinks.

Sound appetising?  You can see a sample menu here.