Nina's Nursery at Cale Green is set in a beautiful conservation area, surrounded by trees and its own woodland area. The Nursery setting is home from home with a warm inviting atmosphere in a 1930’s building with lots of original features and is registered to provide places for 45 children at any one time. The indoor space at nursery has been lovingly restored and refurbished to provide an exceptional early childhood environment that reflects just how young children play and learn. We provide lots of natural resources, messy play, role play and small world.
The pre -school provides lots of learning opportunities, children learn to respect and care for one another, become self- help learners serving their own food, tidying up, and putting on their own coats and shoes.
Enjoying books is important bringing them to life to encourage good listening skills. Songs and rhymes are shared to encourage speech and language skills and building relationships with one another.
We offer a forest school environment with a qualified forest school leader.
Forest school is an inspirational process for all the learners to have regular opportunities to achieve and develop confidence through hands on learning in a woodland area. Children can explore and discover, take appropriate risks and challenges.
Children can initiate their learning and development, develop positive relationships with themselves and other people. All achieved in the natural environment of the outdoors.
Forest School led by qualififed Forest Teacher
Small rooms with a 'home from home' feel
Highly qualified staff with Paediatric first aid
Healthy, nutritious home cooked meals
Address: Cale Green, 5 Heath Road, Cale Green, Stockport, SK2 6JJ
Tel: 0161 480 6789
Manager: Bethany Taylor
Opening hours: Monday – Friday 7.30am to 6pm
Open 51 weeks of the year excluding bank holidays
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"My 2 children attend Cale Green, and they LOVE it. My little girl really loves being outside and their outdoor area is outstanding. They have a massive forest at the back which she loves to explore and investigate. Their Ofsted report is a pleasant read and reflects the loving and nurturing from the staff. My daughter loves going to nursery and becomes excited at going, which makes my life easier as a working mum. My son loves the girls and happily goes over to them for cuddles. It's so nice to drop them both off in the morning knowing they will be happy and have fun all day."