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I’m Tina and I have been the Manager at Eastbury since the beginning of 2014. Eastbury Nursery has lots of unique things about it, such as its excellent and large outdoor space with a great undercover area that the children have access to at all times. There is also a garden and children have their own vegetable patch. Working in partnership with parents is really important to us, and my most memorable experience in my time here was our family picnic. We're very proud of our nursery and would love to show you around! Please get in touch to arrange a visit.
Please note Eastbury is offering the 30 Hours from 1 September, 2017. This is open to working parents of 3 & 4 year olds. Please contact your Nursery Manager for details.
We're located in Barking, providing care and education for children from birth to 5 years. We're open 8am to 6pm, 51 weeks a year.
"Eastbury is a splendid nursery and my son really enjoys his time there." Eastbury parent
"The staff are all brilliant and helped my daughter so much. She was very shy and was having difficulty with her speech when she joined, but she is now so outgoing and her speech has come on so well." Leigh, parent at Eastbury
"All the staff do an amazing job. Well done." Eastbury parent
"I am very happy with all services and really do respect all of the staff. I can’t explain how satisfied I am, I wish you could do reception as well." Eastbury parent
"I am very happy with the services for my child." Eastbury parent
"We feel he's fully prepared to start school, due in no small part to all of you." Eastbury parent
"Thanks to the team for providing a safe, fun and welcoming environment. Both of my sons have thoroughly enjoyed attending the nursery and have both grown in confidence and social skills during this time." Rosemarie, parent at Eastbury
We were most recently inspected by Ofsted in April 2014 and were rated as 'Good'.
'Children enjoy a wide choice of interesting play activities, supported by staff, who actively encourage them to explore and to talk in different learning situations. .'
'Staff interact effectively with children to promote their communication and language skills and confidence in using language to express themselves.'
'Staff are attentive to children's well-being so they feel safe and well cared for in the setting. The children play happily and show respect.'