Pre-School


Afterschool & Holiday Club


Forest School


Lambeth Nursery


Lewisham Nursery


Ofsted Regulated

Cherubins Day Nursery Lambeth is located in lambeth SW2 and is regulated by Ofsted for childcare provision in the Lambeth area

Fully Qualified Staff

Our caring and professional staff hold the recognised childcare qualification along with suitable experience and aim to maintain a spirit of excellence in everything that we do..

CCTV/Secure Environment

At Cherubins Day Nursery we have installed a state of the art Digital CCTV system, which monitors the activities in each classroom and the exterior grounds.

Flexible Terms

Our early and late closures allows parents more flexibility, alleviating the pressures of having to rush to and from work, while they can be assured that their children will be well cared for.
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Cherubins Woodland Learning Forest School

Cherubins Woodland Learning Forest School

What is Forest School?

Forest school is an inspiration process that offers children opportunities to achieve and develop confidence and self esteem through hands on learning experiences in a local woodland environment. This is part of delivering the core curriculum.

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Our forest school ultimate experience can help others work towards this goal. Our children visit our local nature garden regular, observation of the natural world is the main the focus and exploring our garden.

Cherubin’s staff are lucky to have a qualified staff , who had gained their qualification from Forest school.

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Our pre school visits our local nature garden. We enjoyed bark rubbing, looking for mini beast, making dens, measuring trees, planting and digging and enjoying our natural environment.

One clear advantage of an effective outdoor area is that it provides the opportunity for children to see and touch natural materials. Children often choose wooden books or natural pebbles to count with, or slices of wood to use as plates.

Theorists such as Steiner, Montessori and Froebel all supported the use of natural materials and forms to engage children because these allow them to focus on their own thinking and concept formation rather then be distracted by colour / pattern.