Children’s Corner Day Nursery is a family-owned, private day nursery, which was established in 1983. I took over the ownership of the nursery early in 2010. I, Mrs Kila Patel, have been a qualified Nursery Nurse (NNEB) since 1992 and a Child Care Social Worker since 1998. My husband and I have lived in West Ealing for over 20 years and have two teenage children of our own. I treasure family values and aim to reflect this in the way I conduct business. I have always had a passion for working with children in a variety of settings and thoroughly enjoy being a part of a team that nurtures and develops potentials in children.
The nursery provides safe, homely and stimulating care for low numbered children aged between 12 months to 5 years. We are also registered to take children up to the age of eight before 31st Aug, during school holidays and after school.

Your child is our priority. We have a safe and loving environment, especially designed to provide excellent care, fun and early years education. Your child’s individual needs will be facilitated, through the caring relationship that is fostered by all staff, in a truly enabling environment, where their potential for growth and development is enhanced through play.
Your children will be stimulated, entertained and cared for by highly trained staff in surroundings designed to help them learn and have lots of fun.
Please feel free to come and look around. You and your family are very welcome.

Ofsted rating: We are Good because (May 2017):  https://reports.ofsted.gov.uk/provider/16/EY402035

  • The manager and staff continually evaluate their practice to improve. The manager tracks children's progress, identifies any gaps in their learning and works with parents and other professionals to implement development plans. All children, including those who have special educational needs, make good progress in relation to their starting points.
  • The key-person system is effective. Children form secure emotional attachments to their key persons, who know children's individual needs well.
  • The manager ensures staff follow thorough risk assessments of the premises and activities to keep children safe. She deploys staff to supervise children closely. Children learn to manage risks cautiously, such as climbing and building dens.
  • The manager and staff have good relationships with parents. They make sure that all parents, including those who speak English as an additional language, fully understand how they are supporting their children's learning and how they can be involved.
  • Staff support children who require additional help well. Staff liaise effectively with professionals and provide support based on each child's unique needs.