Buttons Day Nursery School will be opening its doors to newcomers from September 2011 – utilising the building left empty after Langham Nursery closed.
The nursery is part of a group headed by a husband and wife team who strongly believe in a hands-on approach to running their nurseries.
The premises at 8 Langham Road, are currently being completely refurbished and will open in September with nursery hours from 7.30am to 6pm. If all goes to plan it will be open to visitors to look around at the end of this week.
The new nursery will provide quality care for babies, toddlers and pre-school children along with a 100% qualified staff team, car parking, secure outdoor play area, pram store and CCTV system along with specialist interior finishes to ensure that the children’s accommodation is vibrant and welcoming.
Julie Parhar, the Nursery Manager/Proprietor, says she is very excited about the opening of Buttons, as it will give her the opportunity to implement new ideas such as the ‘Buttons Lifestyle’ concept which is designed to enhance a parent’s nursery experience beyond quality childcare & education by actively helping busy parents with everyday chores such as dry cleaning, providing freshly prepared healthy meals to take home and even posting their correspondence.
It is a concept based on taking the load off by however much or little the parents want and need. Julie Parhar has over 12 years experience in childcare. She holds Early Years Professional Status (EYPS), Level 4 in Nursery Management and she is also a qualified Assessor. A mother having gone through the whole nursery experience herself, she fully understands and appreciates parents’ priorities for their young ones.
Julie also teaches ‘parenting classes’ for London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and recently spoke at the ‘Early Years Professionals – Agents of Change’ conference held in Chessington and organised by Kingston University.