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The Management of our long established nursery is committed to providing outstanding service to Brookmans Park, Potters Bar, Little Heath and the surrounding areas, operating from Little Heath’s Christ Church, Parish Hall.


At LITTLE HEATH NURSERY PLAYGROUP our dedicated staff members provide a caring, secure and stimulating environment for children aged 20 months to 5 years. (Start dates are flexible, children can start mid-term)



OPENING TIMES:  Monday to Friday 9am to 12 noon, term time only. (we also offer lunch club on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays until 1pm.) Afternoon sessions are available! Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays initially. More days will be added as per demand. Session times: 12.15 to 14.45. Afternoons can be booked individually or children can stay on after a morning a session.


In our homely and compassionate atmosphere children can learn, play and grow together. Children are encouraged to play, communicate, and express themselves through a wide range of media and activities.


Our learning experiences are designed to meet the needs of all the children. An on-going record and assessment of your child’s progress is created and this is available for you to see and discuss with Nursery staff. We use Tapestry an online Learning Journey system to record your child’s progress and share this information with parents instantly. We encourage parents to add details of their child’s experiences and progress from outside Nursery to help keep these development records accurate.


All children are assigned a ‘key person’, whom is responsible for the child’s care and development ensuring that the child is happy and settled in the nursery. The ‘key person’ will also be serving as the family’s first point of contact with the nursery.


Contact us to arrange for a visit or if you have any questions regarding our services.


We follow the EYFS (Early Years and Foundation Stage, Government Initiative 2014). 


Children attending our nursery will gain skills and knowledge in all the 7 areas of learning.  


The PRIME areas of learning are:

  • Communication and Language,

  • Physical Development and

  • Personal, social and Emotional Development.


These are essential for each child's development and their future learning. The Prime areas will help children to develop skills in the Specific areas of learning.


The SPECIFIC areas of learning are:

  • Mathematics,

  • Literacy,

  • Understanding of the World

  • Expressive Arts and Design

Our Curriulum: