Chestnuts Nursery, 127 Colne Road
Our Nursery is open all year round from 8.00am until 6.00pm for children from 3 months until they are ready to move into Pre-school at age 3
Chestnuts TW1, Strafford Road, near Twickenham Station
Strafford Road is open from 8am to 6pm, all year round for children aged from 2 to 5 years of age. All children are eligible for universal funding of 15 hours per week from the term after their third birthday and we offer the Extended 15 hours of Funding. Chestnuts TW1 also offers before and after school care.
Why Choose Chestnuts?
Your child will receive the best possible early years care and education… >>
All our staff are trained in early years care and education…>>
All children need a wide range of activities and experiences read more >>
To support and nurture your child to become an enthusiastic, inquisitive and confident learner who leaves us looking forward to continuing his or her education in school.
What do Parents say?
'From the moment we first set foot in Chestnuts we knew beyond any doubt it was the perfect setting for our son: the year that followed wholeheartedly confirmed our instincts in every sense. The staff are superbly trained and experienced, patient and calmly in charge, and affectionately warm. The children learn and develop essential skills, both for their future classrooms and social activities and make lasting friendships with peers and staff alike. All of this takes places thanks to a varied, well though out structure delivered in a fun, home-from-home environment. We are delighted we chose Chestnuts.' (Adam Birley, August 2018)
“Staff plan and prepare activities they know the children will enjoy, and support their individual next steps in their learning effectively. Children participate in a stimulating range of experiences that engages their interests and natural curiosity as learners. Children learn how to be thoughtful and show consideration to one another. Staff are very kind and caring, and share warm relationships with the children in their care. Children develop good skills for their future learning and in readiness for the move on to school. '