Little Pirates Nursery and Neptune Nursery

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Little Pirates and Neptune provide nursery places in Tilbury for children aged between 4 months to 5 years-old.

Both nurseries provide good quality childcare in an environment that is safe, stimulating and fun for all the children in our care. They are checked regularly for safety and suitability, which makes sure our standards of service remain high.

We plan all children's activities around play and their individual interests and abilities. This makes sure that as well as enjoying rich experiences, the children will have fun whilst they learn.

Nursery Little Pirates Neptune Nursery
Address Northview Avenue
RM18 7RT
London Road
RM18 8EY
Phone 01375 851 367 01375 852 986
Ages 4 months to 5 years-old 4 months to 5 years-old
Capacity 50 children 37 children
Opening times 8am to 6:30pm
50 weeks per year
8am to 6:30pm
50 weeks per year
Ofsted number EY261001 EY104279
Ofsted comment "Children thoroughly enjoy their time at the nursery. Children of all ages are happy and confident, owing to the good relationships they form with staff." "Children clearly thrive and make excellent progress across all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage. Staff value diversity and are highly successful in ensuring that children's uniqueness and individuality is recognised and that all are well integrated and achieving their potential."