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Miss Daisy’s Chelsea

St Luke's Church Crypt, Sydney Street, Chelsea, London, SW3 6NH

Having opened their doors in 2010, Miss Daisy’s Chelsea (ages 2-4) is now a well-established part of the community, operating from within St Luke’s Church on Sydney Street. The location is adjacent to St Luke’s Gardens, allowing the children to...

Phone: 02077305797

Website: www.missdaisysnursery.com

Head: Miss Lucy Caminada

Registrar Details:

Charlotte Williams
+44 (020) 4542 8083

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Having opened their doors in 2010, Miss Daisy’s Chelsea (ages 2-4) is now a well-established part of the community, operating from within St Luke’s Church on Sydney Street. The location is adjacent to St Luke’s Gardens, allowing the children to play and explore the outdoors throughout the year. Registration for a place is advised as early as possible to avoid disappointment, as they can become booked years in advance. As part of the Duke’s Education Group, children often progress to one of their schools following their time at Miss Daisy’s Nursery.

Following the EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) statutory framework, Miss Daisy’s Nursery focuses primarily on Communication and Language, Physical Development, and Personal, Social and Emotional Development. They also focus on specific areas such as Literacy, Mathematics, Expressive Arts and Design, and Understanding the World. Specialist teachers in Sport, Music and Drama visit the school weekly to ensure the children receive a broad and enriched curriculum. The children are also taken on local walks, such as to local parks and recreation areas, libraries, schools, galleries and museums to boost their enrichment, and create further enjoyment around their early education.

Extracurricular activities include Bilingual Beats (teaching Music and Spanish), Tarka (for Physical Development) and Little Kickers. Eco Forest School is a particular feature of the nursery, with specifically trained teachers delivering engaging activities in the outdoor, natural environment; den and campfire building, tree climbing and ‘mud kitchen’ potions are encouraged for the children’s explorative play, which in turn stimulates their imaginations, and allows them to have fun outside.

Sector: Independent

Day/Boarding: Day Only

Gender: Co-ed

Religious Ethos: Inter/Non-denominational

Sibling Policy: No

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Selection: Not Academically Selective