New Wandsworth Nursery and Preschool Offers Innovative Education Strategies for a Unique Early Years Experience

Wandsworth Nursery and Preschool offers children a unique start to their education by providing a wide range of educational opportunities spanning everything from the arts and sciences to building self-awareness and confidence.

London, United Kingdom - April 16, 2019 / / —

Wandsworth Nursery and Preschool is a 5* recommended nursery in Wandsworth. The nursery isn’t part of a big chain; instead, it offers a completely unique experience for children that builds a strong foundation for educational success later on. Early years experiences are far more important than many people realise and with a high-quality education right from the start, all children can benefit.

The team have extensive experience in early years development and education. Founder Bill Zuckerman opened his first nursery because he couldn’t find a suitable nursery for his daughter. He felt that she required far more varied and interesting stimulation than was currently on the market and has continued to build on this idea at Wandsworth with CEO Ann Sheldon. Ann has built her career as an Early Years teacher, studied for a masters in Education and extensive experience training nursery nurses.

Bill and Ann have created a unique strategy that allows children to grow at their own pace through a carefully tailored curriculum. Using their own experience as parents of successful children and their understanding of what both parents and toddlers look for at nursery, they have realised that variety is the most important factor. This is why the nursery brings in other professionals to run workshops and share their ideas too. Children have an unquenchable thirst for knowledge and the more they are exposed to, the more likely they are to find their own passions.

The curriculum at Wandsworth Nursery and Preschool includes a wide range of learning opportunities and activities that form a strong foundation for further education. They cover subjects including art, literacy, maths, science and performing arts as well as allow children to develop their sense of self-awareness and self-confidence. Though the children may not remember exactly what Dadaism is or who Shakespeare is, being exposed to this kind of cultural experience allows them to develop their skills and shows that most subjects don’t need to be dumbed down to be effective.

Wandsworth Nursery is now taking enrolments.

For more information about Wandsworth Nursery and Preschool, please contact Anne Sheldon on 020 3319 7330, or email info@wandsworthpreschool.co.uk. Please address any postal queries to 2 Knightley Walk Wandsworth London SW18 1GZ and check out their website https://www.wandsworthpreschool.co.uk/ for all the information you need.

Contact Info:
Name: Anne Sheldon
Organization: Wandsworth Nursery and Preschool
Address: 2 Knightley Walk Wandsworth London SW18 1GZ
Phone: 020 3319 7330
Website: https://www.wandsworthpreschool.co.uk/

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Release ID: 503208

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