Preschool Nursery South Croydon
Abbey Wood Grange is a leading provider of preschool childcare in South Coydon. We are located in Kenley in a very accessible location close to the Surrey network of roads.
We have a spacious car park, secure and well maintained grounds which provide children regular opportunity to play outdoors and enjoy the children's equipment we have installed.
Call us for and informal chat on 0208 660 9040 or send over a message on the Contact Form.
All children are encouraged to eat healthy, we provide fresh fruit on a daily basis which is a big hit as you can see from the photo!
Monday 8.00am - 6.00pm
Tuesday 8.00am - 4.00pm
Wednesday 8.00am - 12.30pm
Thursday 8.00am - 6.00pm
Friday 8.00 - 6.00pm
Preschool Nursery Tours
We welcome all visitors who book a tour of our property and grounds, complete the online form here to book your date at your convenience.
Read about our latest Ofsted report demonstrating extremely high standards in providing exciting and nutritious food, as well as commending our rigorous recruitment procedure.
Preschool Childcare Financial Assistance and Child Tax Credit
Did you know that 9 out of 10 families with children qualify for Child Tax Credit? It“s easy to claim as well — simply call the tax credits helpline on 0845 300 3900.
Theres also Early Years Funding for eligible families, read more about this here.
We accept vouchers from many different providers, including:
Computer Voucher Scheme (including Leapfrog)
Say Care Pass
You At Work
If you are unsure what financial support you are eligable for, read more about this on our Paying For Childcare page, or call our friendly helpful staff on 0208 660 9040.
Nursery Kitchens and Varied Children“s Menu
We have written about how proud we are of the large kitchen on-site that we have, and how our highly trained chef and staff provide nutritious food freshly cooked daily. We source vegetables and produce locally wherever possible. Take a look at our sample menu here.
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