Jewish nurseries offer warm, caring and secure Jewish environments teaching children strong basic skills while providing a fun introduction to traditional Jewish life through art, music and other activities.
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Brondesbury Park Synagogue Nursery

Age group: 1½ - 4
Headteacher: Sharron Samuels
Brondesbury Park Synagogue Nursery
143-145 Brondesbury Park
Telephone: 020 8451 0044
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Brondesbury Park Synagogue Nursery is an Ofsted registered Jewish nursery catering for children 18 months – 4 years. It provides high quality care encouraging and stimulating children in a loving, accepting and happy Jewish environment. The nursery is run under the auspices of the United Synagogue.

It’s objectives in the curriculum are to ensure that they help children develop a love of learning and education in all seven areas of learning in the EYFS.

The Nursery believes that every child is a unique individual that learns, and develops at their own pace. It aims to develop the whole child -intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically. The children discover and explore Jewish and secular activities and learning opportunities.

Every child is allocated a 'Key teacher' who is responsible for their wellbeing, ensuring your child feels individual, secure and cherished. All staff are highly qualified.

Brondesbury Park Synagogue Nursery creates a safe, stimulating, fun and challenging environment for your child by learning through play, discovery and new exciting experiences. It is committed to the development of your child and working in partnership with you.

The Nursery is open five mornings a week from 9am – 12:30pm with an option of two extended sessions per week where children can stay until 3pm.

It offers a nutritious hot lunch every day, which the children thoroughly enjoy as they dine with their nursery friends and learn practical life skills. On Fridays there is a Shabbat party, which all parents are welcome to attend.

Please call to arrange a visit and see what we are all about!

Now taking applications for September 2015 – (limited availability)

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