Academic Day Nursery

Service details

A private nursery for children aged 6 months to 5 years, opens Monday - Friday, 8 am - 6 pm, 50 weeks a year (Closed christmas and bank holidays).


  • 0 - 2 years: £70 per day

  • 2 - 3 years: £65 per day

  • 3 - 5 years: £65 per day

Disclaimer: The fee information is a guided fee that we collect from the provider once a year. There might be changes to their fees since the last information collection. Please contact the setting for their most updated fee structure and policy. 

You can read the most recent Ofsted report by using the link in the Ofsted Information section when you scroll down. Some new settings may not have an Ofsted report because they have not had an Ofsted visit yet. 


Service description from provider

Our nursery has three  bright and spacious playrooms with access straight into our large garden areas.

Service description from provider

Nurseries and playgroups must help all children who go to their settings, including those with special needs.

They do this by:

  • Having a SEND Policy. This explains how they help children with additional needs. You can find it on their website or ask staff for a copy.

  • Specialist Support: A team member called a SENCo (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) has training and experience to help children with special needs. They will work with you as the child's parent and if needed, other specialist services.

  • Staff Training makes sure staff know how to identify and help children with different needs.

  • Working with Health Visitors to review development, progress, and identify needs e.g. 27th Month Review.

  • Connecting with Children's Centres to get Early Help or MAT (Multi Agency Team) support if needed.

  • Help with Transitions from the Area SENCo when children with SEND move on to reception class or primary school,

  • How to access support from education and health specialist services. Your permission is needed before they can be involved.

Extra support funding for children with additional needs

To get extra help for children with special needs settings will know about:

  • Disability Access Fund (DAF). When and how to apply for this funding for eligible children.

  • Early Years Inclusion Funding. When it may be appropriate to apply for this funding for children with new or emerging needs. 

  • Education, Health, and Care Assessment (EHCNA). When to request an EHCNA. If a child with SEND needs more support that can be provided through the above an EHCNA may identify they need an Education, Health, and Care (EHC) Plan funded from the high needs funding block. EHC Plans are reviewed every six months for children in early years settings.

Staff in settings are there to support all children, including those with special needs. If you have questions, please ask to speak with the settings SENCo.


SEND Local Offer

Local Offer Age Bands
Early Years and Pregnancy 0-4
SEN Provision Type
  • Universal

Who to contact

02072549200 02072549200
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Where to go

1, Aden Terrace

N16 9BW

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Venue Notes

Wheelchair accessible building and toilet 

No parking available

Childcare Information

Funded Places

2 year old free childcare
15 hours universal free childcare for 3&4 year olds
30 hours free childcare for 3&4 year olds

Other details

What to do if you have a complaint

We provide daily feedback to parents which can be verbal and/or communication forms. Parents/carers can use our feed back forms which are located on the parent's noticeboard, or speak to management  

Ofsted Information

Ofsted URN
Inspection history
Inspection History
03/08/2022Inspection (Early Years Register)Good

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