Children and young people

We run three happy children's nurseries in Wolverhampton

Children and young people

We aim to create a family atmosphere and feel to our two daycare nurseries, working closely in partnership with parents, carers and families to give every child the very best start in life.


We are committed to all aspects of safeguarding and our team have extensive educational and social care backgrounds. Our nurseries are staffed with carefully selected, highly motivated professionals, to ensure your child receives the highest quality care and education. Our services are regulated by Ofsted and have an overall rating of ‘Good’.


Our Aims

  1. Achieve an effective partnership between parents/carers and the Nursery through good communication and a two-way consultation process.
  2. Support each individual child and actively promote equality and diversity to enable all children to feel valued, secure and included.
  3. Develop and plan an effective and stimulating learning environment, both indoors and outdoors.
  4. Work to create a carefully structured curriculum that provides experiences where children can learn through a balance of planned activities and structured play.
  5. Add to the life and well-being of the local community; celebrate the achievements of children, staff, and parents/carers.
  6. Ensure the safeguarding and well-being of children in our care.


Our nurseries
Our staff team follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Statutory Framework (EYFS) with all age groups of children; they observe and record each child’s progress and will discuss each stage with parents/carers to ensure a partnership approach to learning is developed. Please visit the Early Years Foundation Stage page on the Department of Education website to find out more.We will take you through our parenting pack which helps everyone get to know each other from our ethos to yours.Our nurseries are purpose built and provide childcare for children between the ages of 0 – 5. Our aim is to create a ‘Home away from Home’ atmosphere, where your children can flourish and learn. We understand that you as parents and carers are your child’s first educators. It is our aim to work closely in partnership with you to meet your child’s needs and support them to reach their full potential.

We operate a key worker system within Nursery, meaning that your child will be supported to build confidence and positive relationships with others through guidance and continuity. Your child’s needs are always our main concern, which is why we operate an ‘open door’ policy where Parents and Carer’s are welcomed into the Nursery at any time to join in with our activities, or come and speak with your Key Worker to find out about your child’s progress. We implement a mixture of indoor and outdoor activities, in order to allow your child the best opportunity to develop essential skills needed to promote healthy development.



Bushbury Triangle Neighbourhood Nursery

72 Stanley Road, Bushbury, Wolverhampton WV10 9EL
Opening Times: Monday – Friday 7.30am – 6.00pm throughout the year, with the exception of Bank holidays and the week between Christmas and New Year.
Tel: 01902 735839

Probert Road Nursery

Ingestre Road, Wolverhampton WV10 6SN
Opening Times: Monday – Friday 7.30am – 6.00pm throughout the year, with the exception of Bank holidays and the week between Christmas and New Year.
Tel: 01902 785858


Homelessness support for young people in Dudley

Portland Place, Coseley, Dudley, WV14 9TB. For more information please email Alex Law or call 01902883710.