St Michaels Nursery - E5

(3 Posts)
LeeCovo Wed 14-Aug-13 13:42:34

Hi there
Just wondering if anyone sends or has in the past sent their little ones to St Michaels Nursery on Blurton Road, E5?

Would be great to hear from you if you have. I've recently registered my son to attend and it seems fine; staff are friendly, small groups of children; relaxed atmosphere etc. But would be good to hear of other people's experience as I can't help but feel guilty about leaving him there and wonder if there is a better alternative?

Yayaya2013 Tue 08-Apr-14 09:01:30

Hi Leecovo,
Just read your post as i am about to send my son there this month.
How has your experience been? I looked around and it was the most decent one among what was available, especially the head teacher, but like you i feel very insecure about leaving him.

chichiS Thu 15-Jun-17 10:25:56

Hi, for parents wishing to send the toddlers/children to St. Michael's nursery in lower clapton E5 ensure you get a viewing first before registering your child. I recently called to request a viewing and was told that they do not have a viewing policy in place. That they would put my interest on a list and call me when they have a place available. I explain that I am checking out nurseries in the area to be able to make an informed decision before registering my child at any nursery. St Michael's nursery were very unaccommodating, showed no sensitivity and were damn right evasive. as a compromise i suggested, they let me know when it would be possible in the next few months for a visit only to be called by and be told by on of the joint owners that they would not accommodate my request nor want me to register my child there.
I will not want to register my child in an environment that want to be dictator and nor allow a mom to ask questions in relation to her child.
My advice for any parent wanting to send their child to St. Michael's is to request a viewing as it is your right as a parent to see the environment they propose to send their child.

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