Who we are

The nursery is located off Trinity Road, Little Horton, close to the city centre, St Lukes Hospital, Bradford College and Bradford University.

The nursery has two playrooms and a specially designed outdoor play area.

Our opening times are:

8.00am – 6.00pm Monday to Friday.  7.30am by prior arrangement only.

The nursery has operated from these premises as childcare provision for Bradford College since September 1991.  The childcare department at College ceased and the nursery closed in July 2011.

We, Margaret and Liz who worked at the nursery originally, have taken the opportunity to re-open the nursery as a private enterprise. We have over 60 years experience of childcare between us and are mothers and grandmothers ourselves!  Our aim is to provide at Russell Street nursery, a home from home for the children who attend.  We know that we are entrusted with your most important possession and aim to cherish, keep safe and encourage your child to have fun while learning during their time at the nursery.

Children will enjoy a wide range of activities both indoor and out.  These will be planned by qualified, experienced, mature staff who are committed to seeing your child grow and reach their full potential.

The nursery is registered by Ofsted to take children from 3 months to 5 years.

Mission statement

Aims and Objectives/Educational Policy

The nursery will aim to develop each child taking into account the individual cultural differences and varying abilities of the child to ensure that all children feel included, secure and valued. To give every child the opportunity to develop the skills required to realise their full potential. To work with all children through the Early Years Foundation Stage framework. Every effort will be made to encourage children to learn through their own investigation and discovery using the best possible methods to achieve this development.

Staff will be encouraged to pursue personal development relevant to this fundamental aim.

Every Child Matters

The nursery adheres to the government’s ‘Every Child Matters’ framework, which is a approach to the well – being of children and young people from birth to age 19.
The government’s aim is for every child whatever their background or their circumstances to have the support they need to achieve their potential in five outcomes which are to:-

    • Be healthy – enjoy good physical and mental health and live a healthy lifestyle
    • Stay safe – be protected from harm and neglect
    • Enjoy and achieve – get the most out of life and develop skills for adulthood
    • Make a positive contribution – be involved with the community and society and not engage in anti-social behaviour
    • Achieve economic well-being – not be prevented by economic disadvantage from achieving their full potential.