Blossoming brains

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We create awesome mini humans

In the first few years of life, children's brains form more than 1 million new neural connections each second. Every moment matters.

The curriculum support we offer our Early Educators means the activities they do are tailored to your child's specific learning needs, giving your child the best possible foundations to lifelong learning.

Learn about your child's development

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Emergency Cover

We know you worry about what happens if your Early Educator is ill. No one wants to make THAT call to their boss! We've got your back.

As Koru Kids runs London's biggest nanny service we can find you a fully vetted, DBS checked nanny at short notice who will care for your child in your home, whilst you get back on Zoom.

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Top quality snoozes

Our mornings are adventure filled so the lunchtime nap is well earned. Children always sleep back at base in a quiet, dark space so their brains and bodies are rested ready for that afternoon's fun and learning and your child stays in their routine.

Our sleep spaces are designed with safety and hygiene paramount, to keep your child safe.

Learn about a typical day in a home nursery

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Family dinners

Our Early Educators make home-cooked food from the freshest and brightest range of vegetables (and the odd other ingredient) so that your child's brain is nourished from the inside out.

Meals are served as a family so the children learn a love of shared eating and they can be closely observed and kept safe.

Learn about our approach to food

Now taking tour bookings...

Sinthuya - Brockley

Our little tribe can be found most days digging in the sandpits and conquering the climbing frames at Hilly Fields park (rain or shine).

While we love the great outdoors, I take great pride in my home being a safe, cosy and stimulating place for children to play after a long morning of adventures.

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Rina - Enfield

You’ll often find us exploring Enfield Playing Fields, duck-spotting on the lake at Forty Hall or swinging from the monkey bars in Enfield Town Park.

I have a garden at home where the children can cook up a storm in the outdoor kitchen, enjoy story time in the tipi and take messy play to the max.

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Christine - Surbiton

I have worked in childcare for 26 years, most recently with children with Special Educational Needs, including ADHD and autism.

I aspire for the children in my care to blossom into happy and independent people. As well as learning in nature, I want to instil confidence by teaching them practical life skills—like how to ride the bus, how to take out library books or showing them a real-life fire engine.

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Tasha - Epsom

You’ll often find us adventuring in the woods next to my home or duck spotting by the pond and conquering the climbing frames at Rosebery Park (rain or shine).

I have previously worked in a nursery, so I have lots of experience with small children – supporting children’s creativity and helping them blossom is what I love to do.

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Michelle - Dagenham

My home nursery in Dagenham East is a happy environment where children from 6 months to 5 years can thrive.

Every day is full of outdoor adventures—from soaring on the swings in Pondfield Park to racing conkers in my large garden—so children in my care grow in confidence and learn new skills along the way. I look after a maximum of 3 children at once, meaning there are always fellow friends to play with and learn from, while still receiving lots of individual attention from me.

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Shannon - Hounslow

I believe children learn best when they can express themselves fully, so my home nursery encourages artistic expression, messy play and getting really muddy when outdoors.

Activities are run based on the children’s preferences—no two days are the same and we often have cars and crafts on the go at the same time. I have been working in childcare since I was 18. I have been a nanny, helped in an after-school club and I worked in a nursery for 2.5 years. I am also a mum to my three year old, Odin, who will be part of our home nursery tribe.

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Interested in starting a rewarding career as a childminder?

Koru Kids can support you with up to £3000 worth of training and support

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