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Claires Court Nursery Maidenhead

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IDontWantToBuildASnowman Thu 19-Mar-15 11:00:55

Does anyone have any experience of this nursery? Particularly the transition room? The lower age rooms seemed lovely on a visit but transition really shabby, just want to know what experience of having a child in them is like.

Lizzyd1983 Tue 24-Mar-15 16:59:03

My daughter is in transition at Clares Court. Personally I think it was the best desition I ever made. When she started the nursery she was 2years and 8 months she loved going into nursery. She's now 4 and started transition in January. She enjoys every minute of it at doesn't stop talking about what she has done during the day. She has now started reading which is thanks to all of the teachers in transition. Miss Green is fantastic with the children along with all the other staff at Claires Court. Why don't you book another visit. Look at how happy the children are, the resources that they have access to, the care given to the children and what the staff are like.
I think it might be worth another look.

Bels14 Tue 24-Mar-15 18:25:13

I agree - Claire's Court transition is a great early years class and a great stepping stone from the nursery. The teachers are totally dedicated to making the children's days a safe, fun and happy environment for them to learn in. My daughter skips into school and skips out! After having 2 older children going through a similar preschool (attached to a private prep) I am more than pleased with my choice & would not hesitate to recommend both the transition, nursery and all the years beyond. Lovely school.

IDontWantToBuildASnowman Wed 25-Mar-15 12:03:36

Thanks both for your responses, always great to hear from actual parents as its hard to get a true opinion from 1 visit. I am totally sold on the nursery generally and you have set my mind at rest about the transition room.

agatap89 Thu 21-May-15 15:45:42

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