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Little Elms Daycare Sydenham

Postby Syds Girl » 23 Sep 2014 20:18

Does anyone have any experience with Little Elms Daycare on Perry Hill? Ofsted rating is Satisfactory I would be more interested in hearing from parents who have their children in that nursery. Thanks
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Re: Little Elms Daycare Sydenham

Postby JRobinson » 24 Sep 2014 13:20

our next door neighbour takes their child there, and we haven't heard of any issues, so much so that our boy starts there in late November (he'll be 11 months old at the time).
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Re: Little Elms Daycare Sydenham

Postby Syds Girl » 30 Sep 2014 20:18

I went to visit Little Elms on Perry Hill today and was shown around by Sandra. I liked the environment and feel of the place and the mixture of free play and adult led sessions, the only thing was the outdoor space wasn't that big but a definite one to put on the list.

Thx for your post J Robinson
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Re: Little Elms Daycare Sydenham

Postby himpat31 » 18 Nov 2014 12:22

I personally recommend Cherish Day Nursery - http://cherishdaynursery.com is well-established, Ofsted registered nursery in Sydenham offering highest quality of childcare within a caring, safe and stimulating environment.

Thank you
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Re: Little Elms Daycare Sydenham

Postby KM » 18 Nov 2014 20:54

I personally recommend Cherish Day Nursery - http://cherishdaynursery.com is well-established, Ofsted registered nursery in Sydenham offering highest quality of childcare within a caring, safe and stimulating environment.

Thank you


This doesn't sound like a genuine post. Or rather, it does not sound like a recommendation from a parent of the nursery.
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Re: Little Elms Daycare Sydenham

Postby Syds Girl » 20 Nov 2014 06:32

Do you have littles at Cherish Day Nursery? I also looked round that nursery and thought it was another good option. Thanks
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Re: Little Elms Daycare Sydenham

Postby Cherish Day Nursery » 7 Jan 2015 11:54

Hi All,

Apologies, we've asked around but are unsure who 'himpat31' is!

Nevertheless, please do check out our relatively new nursery website which has our recent 'Good' graded Early Years Register inspection report from Ofsted - http://cherishdaynursery.com/

If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.

Thanks
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Re: Little Elms Daycare Sydenham

Postby cheena10 » 10 Oct 2017 21:02

Hello there,
A daycare curriculum should include a wide variety of activities during the day to teach different skills, such as singing, dancing and listening to stories. Many parents like the fact that their children spend their days engaged in play activities in a structured setting. Of course, the trained staff will be ensuring that the activities are age-appropriate to the children, helping them to learn as they play.
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Re: Little Elms Daycare Sydenham

Postby JRobinson » 17 Oct 2017 15:42

no matter how nice your children are, German children will always be kinder.
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