ABOUT US

Petite Ambassadors Day Nursery is a childcare setting that cares for children from 3 months - 5 years old. 

Children learn through play, following the Early Year’s Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum providing a structure for learning and care, incorporating Montessori activities. This encourages the development of self confidence, independence, decision-making and fostering love of learning.

Catering for working parents, we provide childcare from 7:30am to 6:30pm all year round, excluding Christmas, Easter and Bank Holidays. The centre is subject to the scrutiny of Office for Standards in Education (Ofsted). Our vision of care at Petite Ambassadors Day Nursery is based on an EYFS child-centered framework with our primary goal being to ensure the highest quality of accessible and affordable childcare.

The setting aims to provide a safe, secure and stimulating environment where the well-being of children will be paramount.  Our children will be supported and challenged to learn and develop to their full potential.  All children will be treated equally and will be encouraged to take part in every aspect of the centre’s activities.

We will also offer Montessori activities because the principle encourages the development of self confidence and independence and the ability to make choices and decisions, the thirst for learning and acquiring knowledge.

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020 8682 9605

The setting employs qualified staff with a minimum Level 3 qualification or equivalent with practitioners skills relevant to the under five's or are working towards a Level 3 qualification in child care.

All staff, including part time staff and volunteers, are DBS checked to work with children under eight through the Criminal Records Bureau and Social Services before they are allowed to work unsupervised with the children.  Staffing ratios are in line with OFSTED requirements both in terms of numbers of staff and the qualifications of staff. 


All staff have a First Aid, Food Hygiene qualification and Safeguarding training.  All staff will also be expected to undertake regular training courses to develop new skills, and keep up with the changes in the field of early years care.