10 Queens Road
Tel: 01484 429464
Manager: Ruth Tattersall
Holly Bank is a well established nursery tucked away in a quiet leafy part of Edgerton. It has a warm and friendly atmosphere with light, spacious rooms. These include a baby room, toddler rooms opening directly onto the outside play area, a large well resourced pre-school and a dedicated soft play room. The outside areas provide lots of opportunities to challenge and excite young children with, multi sensory gardens, a natural willow den, large sandpits, climbing apparatus and areas to grow vegetables.
Your child will be guided on their learning journey by experienced practitioners and a key person will always keep you informed and involved. You will have the opportunity to meet the team and other parents through regular Stay & Play sessions, parent evenings and forum’s.
Evie has had a wonderful time at Hollybank and has loved every minute it. It has set her up brilliantly for school.
The nursery provides a welcoming, safe and happy environment for children where they are valued and respected as individuals. Ofsted 2012
It has made our lives easier as full time working parents knowing that we never had to worry about her at nursery. I think all the carers are exceptional people who go beyond the bound of just doing a good job.
The nursery is proactive in creating highly effective partnerships with parents and other professionals to ensure excellent care for children. Ofsted 2012
Thank you for giving Thomas such a great start, for all the care and love he’s received and for all the fun he’s had.
I have learnt so much from you, and will take this learning with me to school.
We wanted to say a big thank you for keeping our little girl safe, helping to grow and we know she wouldn’t be as happy without all the work and attention of Holly Bank.
Children are safeguarded and expertly protected because staff have an excellent understanding of safeguarding issues. Ofsted 2012
The nursery monitors all children's achievements and puts strategies in place to support each individual child. This means staff effectively identify and seek early support for children, ensuring that all children have equal chances to achieve their full potential. Ofsted 2012