Learning through play

At Ladybird Lane Nursery, we aim to provide a welcoming, happy and safe environment for up to 30 children aged between 2-5 years, and to deliver a curriculum that is challenging, fun and meets the needs and interests of every child.

The nursery occupies a bright and spacious church hall with a large open garden for the children to play outdoors throughout the year. Ladybird Lane is ideally located in Isleworth, close to Osterley and Spring Grove. It is easily accessible from London via the A4, Piccadilly Line and South West Trains from Waterloo. There are also local bus routes from Brentford, Chiswick and Hounslow.

OPENING TIMES: 8am to 6pm. Monday to Friday.

It is important that these times are adhered to as our liability insurance is valid between these times only.

51 weeks of the year. We do not open on Christmas Eve and re-open on the first working day of the New Year.

FULL-TIME/FULL DAYS: 8am – 6pm.

PART-TIME: Minimum 3 sessions.

MORNINGS: Between 8am – 1pm.

AFTERNOONS:Between 1pm – 6pm.

Jo Short the Proprietor and Manager of Ladybird Lane employs staff of the highest calibre.  She, and her dedicated team, acknowledge the importance of working in partnership with parents.  They value, and actively seek, contributions from parents regarding the care and education of their children. This well established caring team provides a stimulating environment that is exciting, fun and challenging, where children learn through play via a daily planned timetable that is purposely flexible, and allows for every child to express their individual thinking and imagination. If you would like to view the nursery please come along for a visit. You will be very welcome!

“Children are at the centre of everything the provision does. The environment is inviting and warm and relationships across the nursery are exceptionally strong.” Ofsted report 2018

“Children have many opportunities to develop their independence and make choices about their learning. They are highly independent and inquisitive learners.” Ofsted report 2018

Read our OUTSTANDING Ofsted report 2018 here

Learning through play