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Hello my name is Jackie and I have been working in the local community for the past 27 years. Pembury Community Nursery has merged from 2 former council flats into a purpose built 55 place nursery which opened in 2005. We offer 2 outside play areas, one for the 3-5 years and an area for 0-2 years. Healthy, balanced meals are cooked on the premises - we love the feeling of sharing a meal together. Our long serving staff live and work within the local community. We pride ourselves on seeing the children transition into school, making different life choices and then returning with their own child/families to be cared for. We're very proud of our nursery and would love to show you around! Please get in touch to arrange a visit.
Please note Pembury Nursery is offering the 30 Hours from 1 September, 2017. This is open to working parents of 3 & 4 year olds. There are a limited number of places available so please contact Jacqui your Nursery Manager for details.
We're located in Hackney, providing care and education for children from 6 months to 5 years. We're open 8am to 6pm, 51 weeks a year.
"The staff at Pembury are simply amazing. They are kind, caring, warm-hearted and give the children the emotional support they need. They are also flexible and go out of their way to accomodate individual circumstances. We could not be happier." Daniel, parent at Pembury
We were most recently inspected by Ofsted in July 2016 and rated as ‘Outstanding.'
'Children make excellent and sustained progress in their learning from their starting points. Leaders monitor children's overall development remarkably well and any gaps in learning are quickly identified and support is put in place to help each child achieve'
'Partnerships with parents and others are excellent. Leaders have an extremely positive approach to working with the community and they support families and improve outcomes for all children. Staff work collaboratively with other agencies, with exceptional commitment'
'Children behave well at all times and have a mature approach to sharing. Staff are consistently excellent role models for children and help them form close friendships'