Press release from Bright Little Stars Nursery, Barnet.

 

In such challenging times, it is heart-warming to have a something positive to celebrate in the local community. On Wednesday 4th November 2020, prior to the second lockdown commencing, Bright Little Stars Nursery officially opened the doors to their newest, purpose-built nursery in Barnet in the presence of a very special guest The RT Hon Theresa Villiers MP.

CEO Amol Devani says, “This has been an extremely challenging year however I am proud of the Bright Little Stars team who have worked tirelessly to open our largest nursery to date. It is situated very close to High Barnet station and provides the highest quality nursery places to the local community.”

Bright Little Stars Barnet is the newest addition to the BLS family. Founded in 2012, the privately-run nursery group has branches in Mill Hill, Watford, Harrow and Stanmore aims to provide exceptional care and learning whilst supporting each child to reach their own individual potential in a happy, healthy and safe learning environment. The unique Bright Little Stars Learning Programme inclusive of extra-curricular clubs, purpose-built modern facilities, generous outdoor provisions and on-site freshly prepared food makes this nursery group one of the most renowned in North West London.

Nursery Manager, Bernadette Mealy, says. “Having been a local Barnet resident for so many years, we are incredibly excited to be in a position to offer outstanding care and education to the local community. Our focus is to ensure that all our children fulfil their potential by providing a strong foundation.”

The gated nursery in Barnet is situated on the quiet residential Leicester Road, opposite the beautiful green space of Highland Gardens, has been designed to a high specification. There are four modern learning rooms each specifically tailored to different age groups which also feature direct access to their own outdoor sheltered areas. Large, wonderful outdoor gardens take all areas of learning into consideration and comprise of a tranquil sensory garden, reading area for quiet reflection and custom-made playground activity centre for climbing, creative and imaginative play.

Bright Little Stars Nursery will be creating 30 jobs for people in the local community and is open 8:00am to 6:00pm for babies and young children aged between 6 months to 5 years old, 50 weeks a year, providing a valuable option for care for working parents. Participating in both 15 and 30 hours free entitlement for 3 and 4 year olds and accepting Tax-Free Childcare payments for any age this opening will provide high quality nursery places.

For more information about Bright Little Stars Barnet, or to register for a viewing please visit: 

www.BrightLittleStars.com/Barnet

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