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Daisychain Daycare Nurseries are in Clifton
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Daisychain Clifton Nursery 
 
Follow us _on FacebookDaisychain Clifton Nursery 0117 9706808
Open 8am – 5.50pm Monday To Friday
1 Clifton Park, Bristol, BS8 3BS

Daisychain Clifton Nursery for pre-school children, from birth to 5 years old, is set in a 4-floor beautifully renovated Victorian building in the heart of Clifton village. We are very proud of our ample outdoor play space as this has enabled us to develop a stimulating and enriched learning experience.
 
Daisychain Westbury Park 

Follow us _on FacebookDaisychain Westbury Park Nursery 0117 9706828
Vining Hall, Etloe Road, Bristol, BS6 7PB
Open 8am – 5.50pm Monday To Friday

Our Daisychain Westbury Park Nursery for pre-school children, from 0 to 5 years old, is set in a vibrant and open plan nursery on the edge of Clifton Downs. We have a private outdoor play space as well as easy access to some of Bristol’s most beautiful and stimulating natural environments. Our activities are spread out over two ground floor rooms, with a parent mezzanine where you can watch your children play whilst you chat with staff about their progress, health, and well-being.
 
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Excellent Staff
Our staff really do go that extra mile, they are the epitome of conscientious and brilliantly creative child carers that you would want to look after your child. Committed to not only on-going professional development, they are a vibrant team and their enthusiasm and innovative approaches are evident throughout their delivery, day after day of the Early Years curriculum.

Transitions
Daisychain children, from birth to the age of 5, are grouped together by age and developmental stage throughout their time at our Nursery. Transitions between groups and upwards through the Nursery years are handled sensitively. We strengthen our 25 strong staff team with specialists both from outside and across the education provision of Torwood School and Nursery, and this includes a Qualified Early Years Teacher to support the older children, prior to joining primary education.

Parents Welcome!
Our parents are always welcome, in fact we actively encourage parents and carers to come and talk through your child’s progress. Many of our current parents see Daisychain Nursery and the team as an integral part of their family support network, which is a real honour!

We have a diverse number of families who currently have children attending the nursery and therefore celebrate a variety of festivals which the children and the staff thoroughly enjoy! We embrace cultural differences and have specifically themed days too.
 
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Activities

Take a look at some of the fabulous activities and learning, children at Daisychain can do each day

Dance
When children dance together, something amazing happens – children begin to embrace new ideas and learn to make social connections. Our dedicated teacher helps even the tiniest dancers appreciate their friends dance, applauding, celebrating, and working together. The children are having a wonderfully enjoyable time singing and dancing and being silly. Even at a young age, our dancers begin to see the differences in the way they think and feel compared to their friends, all the while learning to accept and celebrate these differences. Our creative dance classes offer children tools for lifelong learning.

Active Kids
Physical activity is a really important part of nursery life here at Daisychain, and so we do lots of things to promote and encourage it. Firstly, we create a supportive and happy environment and then we provide a wide range of opportunities for children’s activity and interactivity. We consistently review what we do so we can be sure our activities improve childrens skills of coordination, control, manipulation and movement – as well as being a lot of fun! We support the use of all the senses to learn about the world and to make connections between new information and what is already known. This includes supporting the development of, and understanding the importance of physical activity and healthy choices in food.
 
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Edible Garden
This is an exciting opportunity for children to work together building an allotment. We also travel to local allotments, woodlands, and orchards – all with permission and never scrumping! These are safe environments where children can take manageable risks in their learning about life, food origins, and the natural world. Each week the children work together planting seeds, helping them grow, and they start to learn about where fruit and vegetables come from. We want to empower them to make good and healthy decisions in life and maintain a healthy lifestyle and attitude towards food.

Messy Play
Messy play is important for young children just as much as it is a lot of fun, giving them endless ways to develop and learn. All types of play are crucial for children’s development and early learning. We ensure that play gives children the opportunities they need to improve their physical skills and co-ordination, work co-operatively and collaboratively, use all their senses to discover and explore their environment, as well as develop their imagination, creative thinking and ability to problem solve. Playing with toys alone can limit opportunities to develop imagination, creativity and critical thinking. Messy play is open-ended and children discover an enormous range of opportunities for learning and play, through timeless and accessible messy play activities.

Outdoors
The outdoors is the very best place for pre-schoolers to practice and master emerging physical skills. It is in the outdoors that children can fully and freely experience motor skills like running, leaping, and jumping. It is also the most appropriate area for the practice of ball-handling skills, like throwing, catching, and striking. And children can perform other such manipulative skills as pushing a swing, pulling a wagon, and lifting and carrying movable objects. We do all of this and more in our specialist Forest School too.
 
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