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The University of Warwick Nursery

The University of Warwick Nursery

The University Nursery

The Nursery provides wrap-around childcare for staff and students of the University of Warwick with children aged 3 months to 5 years.

We provide high-quality care and education for our pre-schoolers and your child is at the very heart of everything we do.

Nursery provision at the University of Warwick Innovation Campus at Stratford is provided by the Old Station Nursery.

Our ethos

Our Nursery is a safe and happy place where your child will want to come.

Relaxed and confident, they can explore the many activities on offer under the guidance of our professional and dedicated staff. They benefit from a regular routine, healthy meals and sleep time in the afternoon.

You as parents and carers can be secure in the knowledge that your child is getting the absolute best in pre-school childcare and teaching quality.

Latest News

Rated outstanding for the third time

In July 2021 the nursery was judged as outstanding by Ofsted for the third consecutive time, Ofsted are the regulatory body responsible for the registration and inspection of Early Years Care and Education.

Previously the nursery had been judged as outstanding in 2011 and 2016.

The nursery manager and staff team were delighted to receive this confirmation of their hard work and dedication to providing …

Early Years Framework

We are guided by the Early Years Framework, defined by the Dept of Education, revised 2021.

There are four key themes that shape our philosophy:

  1. A Unique Child
  2. Positive Relationships
  3. Enabling Environments
  4. Learning and Development

Preparation for school

Older children immerse themselves in their learning by frequently making choices about how they wish to spend their time at nursery. They move between the outside and indoor areas. Older children share very strong friendships with their peers and are extremely well prepared for the next stage in their lives, such as starting school.
OFSTED, 2021