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Birchfield Prepcare Day Nursery

Birchfield Prepcare Day Nursery

Birchfield Prepcare Day Nursery

Birchfield Prepcare Day Nursery is set in the beautiful grounds of Birchfield Prep School, near Albrighton village. The nursery is housed within a purposely converted building on the site of Birchfield Prep School. The nursery benefits from the extensive facilities that the school has to offer, some of which include the gym, library, computer room, dance studio and outdoor swimming pool.

The nursery is registered for 65 children and can take them from six weeks to five years old all day and all year round. The nursery is open 52 weeks of the year from 8am to 6pm and is closed on bank holidays. The nursery has five well equipped rooms and one 'Forest School' class outside. More information on Forest School can be found on the 'Expect More' page.

The nursery has been awarded National Day Nurseries Association level 3 "Exemplary and Outstanding".

The nursery offers a number of specialised activities for our children that include the following:- 

PE with a qualified member of staff from Birchfield School; includes swimming in the summer.
Forest School with a trained Forest School Leader
Music with a qualified music teacher
Spanish with Spanish tutor
Sing and Sign

Throughout the year we have a number of trips, visitors of interest to the nursery and special events, including sports day, summer show and Christmas concerts.


Birchfield Prepcare Day Nursery, Harriot's Hayes Lane, Albrighton, Near Wolverhampton, WV7 3AF

5.29 miles  
  01902 375611    
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