Chestnut Nursery Schools Ray Lodge is a great nursery nestled away in a quiet area of Woodford Green. We have a number of childcare rooms that accommodate several different age groups, including a dedicated space for babies. We have a large outdoor area offering children the chance to experience nature, and explore our forest school ethos. We have a large number of staff members, all highly qualified and enthusiastic about caring for wonderful children.
Chestnut Nursery Schools is sponsoring the Redbridge Winter Wonderland on the 15th and 16th December! This will be a fantastic event with Christmas stalls, food, crafts, and of course, the chance to meet Santa! All proceeds will be going to ELAP (Every Life Has A Purpose), the Mayor of Redbridge’s Charity of the year. For more information please check out the poster image below!
I have been working within childcare for most of my life, I have done voluntary work within my local community as well as in India for a few weeks. I have a CACHE level 3 and I have completed my Early Childhood Studies Degree, this is when I built upon my career as an early years practitioner. When Chestnut took over the nursery in 2015 I was a room leader, they were able to change the environment to a happier and more welcoming place to be. I really felt that it was just what the nursery needed, Chestnut where able to see the full potential within the nursery as well as the staff. Shortly after I was promoted to a deputy manager and now I have been a manager for just over a year. I love working here at Chestnut Nursery Ray Lodge, we have a diverse, happy, healthy and safe environment. I love working with children as I feel that I make a change to the children’s lives, by providing stimulating learning opportunities for them so they can fulfill their potential.
Deputy Manager, Chestnut Nursery Schools Ray Lodge
I started my childcare career in 2010 as a student and after working hard, I am now the Deputy Manager for Chestnut Nursery Schools Ray Lodge. The nursery provides a safe, caring and stimulating environment for the children and I am happy to be a part of the team. I enjoy working in early years because it is an important part of a child’s life, and being able to help them develop a strong foundation and achieve their full potential is one of the great things about my job.