Merridale

Seesaws Merridale is registered with Ofsted and opened in 2004, the Fifth of the Seesaws family.

It is located in a purpose built property in the residential area of Merridale.

The nursery has specially designed age-appropriate rooms for all children:

  • A large baby suite for six weeks to one year.
  • A two spacious rooms for youngsters aged one to two.
  • A bright and airy space for two to three-year-olds.

The large pre-school area for three-five-year-olds prepares them for their move to infants. It has :-

  • A creative room, where they can draw, paint and enjoy getting messy.
  • A schoolroom, where our qualified staff teach mathematics, literacy and science skills from the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum through imaginative play.
  • A quiet room, in which they can enjoy reading, playing on the computer and learning French.

The nursery has two fabulous gardens, with toys and equipment for all ages. The garden is securely fenced and accessible only from the nursery.

For convenience, the nursery is less than a mile away from Wolverhampton City Centre and offers bus links on Merridale Road with numbers 3, 4, 710

Opening hours: 7.00am-6.00pm

Extra Services

  • Before School and After-School clubs for siblings. serving St Judes C of E Primary School 
  • Babysitting on site until 11.30pm, on request.
  • Party venue for Seesaws children and siblings.
  • Kool Kids Holiday Club scheme for children aged up to 12.

 

 

 

Ofsted Reports Merridale

“The teaching throughout the nursery is highly effective, thereby ensuring all children’s learning and development is well supported. All aspects of the children’s learning are promoted because the management and staff are committed to providing an interesting and accessible environment that helps children’s progress towards the early learning goals.”

“Toddlers enjoy joining in with their peers and the staff as they sing rhymes and songs and enjoy story time. The staff working with the toddlers support them with their choices as they follow their lead.”

“Children are encouraged to explore and find lots of interesting activities around them, such as water and pasta play and exploring scrap paper and cardboard in the tough-tray. This helps the toddlers find out about the world around them and supports their independence through self-choice.”

 

53 Merridale Road, Merridale, Wolverhampton, WV3 9SE  Tel: 01902 656 185.