Lindsay - Hoxton
We're stone’s throw from Shoreditch Park, Haggerston Park and Rosemary Gardens. All wonderful spaces for outdoor play and learning in East London.
I am trained in teaching Kids Yoga and use it to help children be happy, mindful little people. I was previously a dental nurse and worked with children at a paediatric dental surgery.
Angela - Hounslow/Whitton
We love to be outside, whether it’s practising riding our bikes or running up and down the hills at Murray Park.
I previously worked in the arts and love to use the skills I’ve learned to make my home nursery a colourful and happy place — I encourage singing, dancing, painting, creating and lots of other forms of self-expression.
Victoria - Woolwich
Every day is packed with fun and adventure for under 5s at my home nursery in Woolwich. I support children's growth and development through outdoor learning and by following the Early Years Foundation Stage.
Our corner of London has so many brilliant green spaces for outdoor play and learning. Maryon Wilson Animal Park, Woolwich Common and Charlton Park are our locals.
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.
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.
Michelle - Dagenham East
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.