Little Acorns Nursery School

is proud to offer exceptional nursery & pre-school services to local parents. Our spacious environment is completely geared towards your child's progression and early development.

What we do:

  • Build on and extend children's learning through practical activities
  • Offer real life experiences by visiting areas in the local community and inviting people into the setting
  • Plan large group activities to introduce children to new challenges to help gain new skills
  • Encourage children to learn to work alongside others


Welcome to Little Acorns 

At Little Acorns you can be assured that the nursery care that we deliver is of the finest quality and we will work closely with you to meet your needs.  We provide care for children from 3 months to 5 years.

Little Acorns Nursery School is a private day nursery school registered for 40 children, offering a full range of facilities and activities. 

The nursery has been designed as an open plan structure, that offers large spacious areas for babies, toddlers, and preschool children .

The nursery has been renovated and refurbished and offers extensive indoor and outdoor facilities and boasts a separate dining area.  There is ample, off-road parking space allowing easy drop off and collection for parents.

Little Acorns is fully committed to following OFSTED and the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and at the last inspection we achieved a Good outcome for the quality and standards of the early year’s provision and outcomes achieved for all children. We are now working towards achieving outstanding at our next inspection.

The EYFS document is from birth to five years and encourages practitioners to follow and plan for children’s interests through their play.  Please feel free to talk to the nursery staff about this framework.

Ofsted quote “Strong leadership of the setting effectively enables staff to meet the needs of children, as they are provided with challenging and interesting activities”.  “Babies and young children respond excitedly to the familiar faces of the staff”