You’ll find The Barnes Village Nursery by the side of the Methodist Church just by the duck pond on Station Road. It has been registered for over 30 years, and with Barnes being such a hot spot for mums, it’s going stronger than ever. In November 2016, it also achieved an ‘outstanding’ rating by Ofsted.

One hall and two smaller rooms make up the nursery space, while the nursery groups are split into two older and two younger groups, each with its own dedicated space. This makes it much easier to provide all ages with the right level of fun and (don’t tell the kids) learning. Cookery, sand-play, craft sessions and art are all part and parcel of the learning activities on offer at the Village Nursery School — and because the children get taught about personal hygiene, you can rest assured that while they may be covered in the aftermath of their sand, craft and cookery sessions, at least their hands will be clean.

There are regular outdoor playtimes in the secure play area where children can take the air and do some laps on one of the available bikes. Meanwhile, a climbing frame caters to all of the children’s swinging, sliding and crawling needs. There are also regular indoor activities that involve using up some energy, and extra-curricular sessions such as football.

This friendly, warm nursery is run by Julia Robinson and, along with all the staff, you can be sure that both you and your little one will get an enthusiastic welcome when you arrive.

The Barnes Village Nursery
Station Road
SW13 0LP


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