Providing a stimulating environment for children 3 months to 5 years
We are conveniently located only a 10 minute walk from Wimbledon park and Earlfields train stations and 15 minute walk from Southfields train station. We are open Monday to Friday, 7.30am-6.30pm, 51 weeks a year (apart from Bank Holidays). Our aim is not only to provide a happy and stimulating environment for your child, but to also make parents lives as easy as possible. Therefore, we provide an all-inclusive service for your child (such as Pampers nappies, pampers baby wipes, formula milk, meals, equipment and lessons). Our rooms are bright and spacious, especially designed to meet the needs of the children within the rooms. Our staff are highly qualified with high staff to child ratios, as well as a key person to approach.
At Bliss our ethos is about giving the children in our care the best start in life, we aim for our children to:
Learning through play
To find out more and book a tour with our manager (Laura) click below.
Our little Explorers room is dedicated to meet the individual needs of your child. At the nursery we understand the importance of the well-being of the children, which is why we work with parents to follow the routine that best meets the needs of the child.
At Bliss we understand that babies learn mainly through sensory play. Our baby room is special designed to stimulate children’s senses and enhance their abilities and curiosity.
Our Discoverer's are aged from approx. 18 months to 2 1/2 years old. The children are given the opportunities to climb on their mini climbing frame, create, explore and imagine.
We encourage children to become independent and learn skills such as hand washing, feeding themselves, putting on own shoes and coats.
We work on exploring our emotions in this age group in order to help children communicate their needs.
the children will enjoy trips to the local parks during their adventure sessions and visiting the local library.
Our Inventors are our oldest children aged approx. 2.5 years to school age. The inventor children are giving daily opportunities to make decisions about how they want to learn and what they want to learn about. We follow their individual interests and use that to guide our learning environment.
One of the main priorities is to ensure the children are school ready. We do this in a variety of ways such as pencil control, learning phonics, active maths, developing social skills and life skills