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Unique learning opportunities at The Laurels Nursery School

At The Laurels Nursery School in Queniborough, we offer a rich and varied range of activities across all our age groups that are specifically designed to be fun, interactive and confidence building. 

Our child & baby friendly activities include painting, cooking, singing, story-time, messy play, dressing up and role play.  In addition, The Laurels Nursery School is delighted to offer children and babies a variety of extra learning opportunities, unique to our nursery, these include:


Exploring the great outdoors  

Ensuring babies and children are given the opportunity to explore and play outdoors every day is an essential part of their development. Outdoor play encourages creativity, and imaginative play helps to promote a healthy lifestyle and stimulates positive interaction with others. 

We are very lucky to benefit from a large, spacious and safe outdoor play area to the rear of the nursery which is fully equipped with age-appropriate toys and activities.


Our garden includes a storytelling area, slides, a climbing frame, sand pit, and a vegetable patch. 


Music & movement lessons and library bus

Our pre school children enjoy weekly music and movement sessions by Cheery Tots during term time. In addition to this, every 2 weeks the children can choose books to borrow from the library bus that visits the nursery. 


These extracurricular activities are designed to be fun and interactive, as well as providing structure and opportunities for self-expression into the children's daily routine.


We have placed both our children at The Laurels Nursery School. We have found the nursery staff to be very helpful, caring and supportive. Our children have both been very happy and made plenty of friends.



Exceptional care and early years education for Pre School children

Music and Movement classes for pre school children Queniborough


Music & Movement classes for Pre School children in Queniborough