We appreciate that there is nothing potentially more important, than giving your child the right start in life, in terms of their education.
At Bury & Whitefield Private Nursery, we live and breathe that principle.
Our wonderful staff are there to ensure your child fully enjoys their nursery life, to prepare them for the beginning of school at Bury & Whitefield Jewish Primary.
Like the main school, we believe in small classroom sizes, where we can give close attention to all of our children. Every child is treated as an individual, and because of such, we can make sure the care ‘our children’ receive suits the individual child’s needs.
Our nursery paves the way for your children to move seamlessly into Bury & Whitefield Jewish Primary School at the age of four, often with a new group of friends who they will have met in their time at our private nursery. We pride ourselves in being a close knit nursery especially with staff and children. All our staff know each child individually and we do mix the children for sibling time throughout the day giving children the opportunity to see a familiar face.
Children who start our nursery are given free settling in sessions and you will only pay for your child once they start nursery properly, i.e. when the parents are settled and confident to let us take care of their children, knowing they’re in safe hands.
We appreciate that you have the choice as to where to send your child in these informative years and we hope that you will choose Bury & Whitefield Private Nursery.
Our commitment to you is that, if you trust your child to us, we in turn will do our very best to make sure that your child enjoys and really benefit from their time at our nursery. We like nothing more than our children to really look forward to each new day with us.
If you have any queries, or would like to discuss any aspects of our private nursery, please contact Miri Fulda on 07972 697 785.
Introduction to the Nursery
At Bury and Whitefield Private Nursery we provide childcare and educate children from Babies - 4 years. Your children will be cared for and educated during their most formative years. As a Day Nursery open all year round excluding Jewish Holidays and Bank Holidays. Our Opening times are 8:00am- 4:00pm or 8:00am- 5:30pm Monday to Thursday and 8.00am -3:30pm Fridays with earlier closing time in the winter for Shabbos.
The Nursery is able to hold 50 children, 26 under 2 years old and 24 being baby to 2 years. The building is split into 3 rooms which are the Mini Crawler Room (baby Room). Mini, Mini Walker Room (2yrs) Explorer Room (3yrs) and we are very flexible with the FEEE structure for both 2-year olds and 3-year olds. You can choose what hours and days you would like to join our happy family. This also includes the 30 hours free funding from 3 years and up if applicable.
Bury and Whitefield Nursery cares for children from Baby to 4 years. Parents are asked to produce their child’s original birth certificate and original Ketubah not photo copies.
Schedule of Activities
Hours of opening are 8:00am – 4:00 pm or 8:00am – 5:30pm. Breakfast will be served between 9:00 am to 9:30 am.
Focused activities are done in the morning and free play is continuous throughout the day in all rooms. Snack is at 10:30am and 2:00pm. Morning snack is fruit and afternoon snack consists of different baking activities done in the day and healthy snacks. Rice cakes, cream cheese, salads etc
The latest time for collection is 5:30pm.
Part-time morning session: Children cannot be accepted before 8:00 am and must be collected by 1pm.
Part-time afternoon session: Children cannot be accepted before 1:00 pm and must be collected by 4:00pm or 5:30 pm.
Parents are requested to adhere to these times strictly.
The Nursery is open throughout the year except for Statutory (bank) holidays and Jewish Holidays.
Please see the fee structure below. A non-refundable deposit of £25:00 is payable when accepting or holding a place at the Nursery. This will be adjusted in your first invoice. All future fees will be invoiced at the end of each month and must be paid by the first week of the next month.