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Our Stoke Gifford Nursery

Our Stoke Gifford Nursery is registered for 32 children from 0 – 5 years and offers you and your child a first class learning environment, that is both safe and enjoyable. The Love Being Little staff are always on hand to answer any concerns or queries you may have so please feel free to get in touch today.

Love Being Little Nursery
97 Station Road
Filton
Bristol
BS34 7JT

Open: 7am- 6pm

Visit our Website: www.lovebeinglittlenursery.co.uk
Telephone: 0117 959 9159
Email: lovebeinglittle@justchildcare.co.uk

Situated in Stoke Gifford, our small and homely nursery is registered for 30 children and provides a warm, friendly, home from home environment for children and parents alike.

The play areas are outstanding and are highly interactive and boost the children early years’ development. The nursery has its own allotment a short walk away which our children regularly visit.  Not only is it fun for the children, but it also a great way to show where some of our foods come from. It particular rewarding when the nursery chef comes and uses the carrots to make carrot cake.

In an excellent location, just off the ring road A4174, Love Being Little Nursery in Stoke Gifford is the ideal choice for local families and those working in the numerous businesses and business parks close by including Aztec West, UWE and MOD. The M4/M32 interchange is also very near so easily accessible for those families working in Central Bristol.

Call now to reserve your child’s place.

Aims of Love Being Little Nursery

  • To provide high quality pre-school nursery education for children.
  • To create a safe, caring and stimulating environment where each child can develop to their full potential, whilst becoming independent and active learners.
  • To provide clear boundaries in terms of acceptable behaviour, develop children’s moral understanding and use encouragement and praise as rewards for good behaviour.
  • To build each child’s self-esteem together with mutual care and respect for others.
  • Value each child as an individual with its own needs and personality.
  • To encourage a positive attitude with respect towards race, religions, gender and disabilities within the nursery environment by practising our equal opportunities policy.
  • To be fair and understanding employers.

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