Windsor Kindergarten can reassure families that the health and safety of children and staff is our priority and have taken the following procedures in response to the Coronavirus outbreak (Government Guidelines are followed at all times)
We practice a Daily Health check for staff and families before they enter the Kindergarten.
Drop-offs/pick-ups take place outside of the premises, with children escorted into the setting by staff
Children and staff are not permitted to attend the Kindergarten if they or anyone in their household have Coronavirus symptoms
Non-essential visitors are not allowed into the Kindergarten
We follow stringent health and safety policies and procedures which include regular handwashing, cleaning and disinfecting high touch surfaces and toys throughout the day
Children are placed in small groups and are supported in age appropriate ways to learn how to keep safe and healthy.
Daily outdoor play is actively encouraged to ensure that transmission is minimised
Welcome to Windsor Kindergarten where Every Day is an Adventure
Windsor Kindergarten in Twickenham celebrates nearly 30 years of providing flexible learning and childcare for both preschool children between the ages of 18 months and 5 years and an After-School Club up to the age of 11 years.
The nursery is located close to the river in historic Church Street in Central Twickenham. It is near Twickenham Station and close to many bus routes which serve the surrounding areas of Richmond, Twickenham, Teddington, Kew and Kingston.
The provision is owned and overseen by Sangeeta Gardiner; whose children attended the Kindergarten. Sangeeta is a highly knowledgeable Early Years Teacher who was also been an Ofsted Inspector, an Early Years Assessor and Early Years Consultant. The staff team are highly experienced and many of them have been teaching in the Kindergarten for over 10 years. Our music teacher is also very much part of our team and provides weekly classes and organises our end of term concerts
The Kindergarten offers children a calm and safe environment where they are supported in their wellbeing, learning and development. Staff observe and plan for children by providing them with a range of exciting resources and activities which enable them to investigate, explore and problem solve.
Close relationships are established with parents and carers who are invited to play an active role in this vital stage of their child’s development.
Community is at the heart of the Kindergarten and we play our part by organising events with Age Concern and shop locally to support local traders.