A South London nursery group has been named by parents as one of best in the UK.
Crafty Wizards, which has two nurseries in Greenwich, received an award from the leading day nurseries review site, daynurseries.co.uk.
The award is based on the nursery group’s reviews from the children’s families and carers.
Parents rated the group on overall standard, facilities and outside space, learning, resources and equipment and ICT, care, activities, staff, food and nutrition, management, cleanliness, safeguarding as well as value for money.
Matthew Byrne, director of Crafty Wizards said: “Our Crafty Wizards motto is ‘Crafty Wizards, you can do it!’ and we did, together.
“Gaining the Top 20 award in the UK, recommended by parents and carers highlights how hard our team work in striving to offer the best opportunities for all.
“It is our children’s parents and carers that are really the life-long teachers, with our events throughout the year for parents culminating in our Magical Me Graduation.
We hope that at Crafty Wizards, our children and their life-long teachers are prepared and excited for their spellbinding learning journey that is ahead, beyond Crafty Wizards.
Thank you to all our parents and carers, the Crafty Wizards team and our outside agencies that we work closely with. “Together we are making learning magical through creativity.’
Amanda Hopkins, reviews manager of daynurseries.co.uk, said: “The vision and ethos of a nursery group can have a huge effect on children, giving them a love for learning and discovery that will sustain them throughout their lives.
“Crafty Wizards has shown that its nurseries are helping to shape and boost children’s development.
“We would like to congratulate it on being a top nursery group, as rated by parents.
“We feel it is a real achievement to be recognised for being in the Top 20 nursery groups by children’s families and carers.”
To see Crafty Wizards’ reviews go to https://www.daynurseries.co.uk/day_nursery_search_results.cfm/searchgroup/65432218722#reviews
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