Kids Allowed any good?

(4 Posts)
ruco Tue 08-Apr-14 23:47:26

We have been looking for nurseries in the Stockport area and we are favouring he Kids Allowed in Stockport. However on a trip with a colleague to the Cheadle Kids Allowed we actually prefer the atmosphere of the Cheadle branch more and colleague had nothing but praise for them.
It's further away from home but kind of on the way to my work. It's also more expensive than the Cheadle branch as well.
I was wondering whether anyone has had experience of any of the two Kids Allowed or any views on either nurseries as we are struggling to decide between the two!

Thanks!

missmagnum Thu 17-Apr-14 14:03:18

I would say go with your gut instinct, only you know what you are looking for and what feels right.

I looked at the Stockport one when looking for a new nursery to move my son to as I wasn't happy with where he was, it wasn't right for my ds (he is 3 and better suited to a smaller environment), but I've heard good reports for KA and really liked it. Bear in mind the Stockport one is very new, so the atmosphere might just not have developed fully yet.

Another thing to think about is how long your child will be in the car for, as after a long day at nursery I have found a short car trip always suited DS better (fighting to keep him awake, grumpy and tired, hungry etc).

doodledotmum Thu 08-May-14 18:40:22

I would agree that Stockport is so new that it will be finding its feet. Short journey every time

maggiethemagpie Sun 25-May-14 00:32:59

My children go to the Cheadle Kids Allowed and we love it! It's a really great nursery, I can't sing its praises loudly enough, never had any problems there and the staff are just lovely. It has been around a lot longer than stockport so the staff/culture will be more established although I don't really know much about the stockport one. What age is your child?

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