Coronation Road - Downend
Our Coronation Road nursery in Downend was opened in January 2010 to cater for the high demand for places in Downend. The ‘bungalow’ facilities at Coronation Road are ideal for young children and lend themselves to free flow play. The nursery benefits from ages specific rooms and gardens which have been specially curated from babies, toddlers and pre-school children.
Coronation Road is a secure setting set back away from the road in a quiet environment. The nursery caters for children from three months to five years in a homely, caring and cosy setting. Our staff have a solid understanding of the needs of different early years age groups and can effectively support babies and toddlers development and prepare pre-schoolers for the transition into primary school.
The setting benefits from three different play areas. The front and back baby and toddler gardens offer a quiet, protected environment for the younger children to make their first explorations. Our brand new pre-school garden (completed May 2017) is an exciting new outdoor environment designed for 3 and 4 year olds.
There is a drop-off zone in front of the nursery, which helps make busy mornings a bit easier. Parents can drop their children off and collect them with reduced hassle of having to find somewhere to park. Mama Bear’s longer opening hours that are standard across all our settings further support working families.
Meet our Nursery Manager: Amy
“We are a unique setting that provides a safe, caring and nurturing environment for babies and young children from the age of 3 months – 5 years of age. We are a team of experienced and qualified staff that meet the needs of all children and ensure their individual care routines are met. Our effective key person system enables staff to support the children with their learning and development through fun and stimulating activities provided throughout the day. The staff actively promote independence and social skills to enable the children to become confident learners in readiness for their next transition to primary school.”