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Physical Development at Keren’s Nursery

When it comes to pre-schoolers’ physical development, we leave no stone unturned. Founder Keren Ben Ezra: “We believe that daily outside play is fundamental to children’s mental health as well as their physical well-being.” We chose the locations of all

Posted in Child Development, Forest School, physical development

Bilingual Learning at Keren’s Nursery


Many parents choose our nurseries because of our exceptional commitment to languages For Ivrit speakers, each of our branches has at least one full-time Ivrit-speaking member of staff. For all children with English as a second language, (ESOL) we regularly

Posted in Child Development, languages, Starting Nursery

Bike Week is 8th – 16th June 2019


Bike Week is an annual celebration to showcase cycling. Riding a bike can easily be a part of everyday life and Bike Week’s aim is to inspire people all over the UK to give cycling a try. Physical activity strengthens

Posted in Healthy Living

Summer Open Days Announced


Announcing our Summer Open Days for Keren’s Nursery Visit us at Hampstead Garden Suburb on July 2nd and Holland Park on July 4th Join us at our Open Days to find out more about our Ofsted outstanding nurseries, and to

Posted in News

In the press: “The nursery duo with a winning touch,” so says The Jewish Chronicle


In case you missed it, Simon Rocker from The Jewish Chronicle paid us a visit recently. Read what he had to say here.  

Posted in In the press, News

What is Forest School?


If you’re looking at pre-schools or nurseries, you may very well have heard the latest buzz about Forest School. The approach has come into vogue over the last few years. We offer Forest School at all our nurseries; but what

Posted in Forest School

Raising Independent Children

Developing and encouraging independence in the early years’ stage is vital for integration into school and of course, for life. The concept of independence and its importance is included in the national Early Years Foundation Stage guidelines. These state that

Posted in Child Development

Can pets at nursery be of benefit to children?


At Keren’s Nursery, we embrace animal companions whenever possible. We have two regular four-legged visitors; Buzz the Maltese-breed dog and Digby, a Norfolk Terrier. Both bring a whole host of benefits to the children at the nursery. They are both

Posted in Animals, Child Development

Free time during the school holidays


As teachers, we often see that children need their downtime by the time the school holidays arrive. Time off to kick back and avoid the usual rush of nursery and school life. Time to just be. As a parent myself,

Posted in Child Development

Preparing Your Child for Nursery


Keren shares her top tips on how to be prepared to start a new term with your toddler. This year is my fourteenth as a hands-on founder of a thriving chain of nurseries. I suspect I’ve settled in more than

Posted in Starting Nursery
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