Aberdeen Park Nursery
The nursery has a lovely baby room with its own outdoor space; one large, light and airy room for 2 to 3-year olds to play and learn with lots of cosy spaces, and a third room that we use for small group activities and learning experiences; an exciting garden for outdoor learning and a great family atmosphere. We aim to meet children's social, emotional, physical and intellectual needs in a safe, friendly environment. We value parents and carers input and we make every endeavour to work in partnership with them. Children learn through play and by exploring and developing their individual interests.
You can read the most recent Ofsted report by using the link at the end of the page.
Aberdeen Park Community Nursery is recognised as an Islington Healthy Early Years setting and has received the Healthy Early Years London Bronze and Silver Awards.
Islington Healthy Early Years works with settings to ensure a good level of support for the health and wellbeing of children under five and their families. Healthy Early Years London (HEYL) is an awards scheme funded by the Mayor of London which recognises Early Years settings’ achievements in child health, wellbeing and development. More information about the London award is available on the Mayor of London website.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Sarah Taylor, Deputy Manager
- 020 7226 2610 020 7226 2610
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143, Highbury New Park
- N5 2LJ
Time / date details
- Opening times/date
- Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm (NB closes at 5pm on Wednesday).
- Age Ranges
- 6 months to 4 years
- Cost Details
- Fees are on a sliding scale depending on household income and age of child. Maximum cost: £290 per week.
- Who is this service for?
- For children aged 6 months to 4 years.
- Can I refer myself?
- Referral not required
- Referral Details
Phone or email the nursery.
- Additional Languages
- English, Spanish, Greek
- 2 year old funding
- 3 & 4 year old funding (15 hours)
- 3 & 4 year old funding (30 hours)
- Tax-free childcare
- How will you support my child?
Our setting welcomes children with SEND and we are committed to working with parents and other professionals to provide good inclusive practice. Our Islington link Area SENCO provides us with support, advice and training re children with SEND.
Our SENCO has Level 3 Certificate for Early Years Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCOs) in PVI settings and she has attended SENCO induction training with Islington.
One staff member has attended PECS; Sensory Circuits training; Speech and Language development training. One staff member has gained a Level 3 SENCO certificate and a second staff member is currently studying it.
We have experience in working with a range of SEN needs, e.g. autistic spectrum condition, complex syndromes/disorders etc.
Short term plans are in place and children’s needs are met by planning focus learning experiences that support children’s learning and development.
We work in close collaboration with other agencies as and when necessary.
- Inspection Outcome
Inspection Outcome Inspection Date Inspection type Inspection Outcome 25/09/2015 Inspection (Early Years Register) Outstanding
- Link to latest Ofsted inspection report