Free milk for every child

All child in our nursery get free milk at snack and lunch time.

Drinking school milk fits into a healthy lifestyle and is one of the best ways to rehydrate after an active playtime. School milk contains essential nutrients including calcium, protein and vitamins to help children grow healthy and strong.

if you want to know more information, talk to your child's key worker.

Parents Evening

We hold termly parents evening for parents to attend the nursery and find out from the child's key worker how their child is developing and progressing. Each child gets a written report on what they have been learning and targets for the next term.

Children's Performances

Towards the end of every term our nursery children take part in a performance. Which they present to parents.


Rainbow Day Nursery welcomes children who may have a specific medical condition, developmental delay or special educational needs. On a day to day basis key workers monitor and assess the needs and progress of children with special needs. The SENCO and Key workers liaise with parents and, where necessary, professional agencies such as, therapists, health visitors, psychologists, social workers and paediatricians in order to plan and develop IEP’s (Individual educational plan) to meet the child’s specific needs. Activities are adapted to suit the requirements of the special needs child and to encourage them to develop independence and confidence. We are legally obliged to pass the child’s assessment records to their school unless a written request from the parents not to do so is received.

The aims of this policy are:

  • To create an environment that meets the Special Educational Needs of each child;

  • To ensure the Special Educational Needs of children are identified, assessed and provided for;

  • To make clear the expectations of all partners in the process;

  • To identify the roles and responsibilities of staff in providing for children’s Special Educational Needs;

  • To enable all children to have full access to all elements of the nursery’s curriculum;

  • To ensure that parents are able to play their part in supporting their child’s education;

  • To ensure that our children have a voice in this process.

Rainbow Day Nursery has 3 setting Senco's, Sonya Ahmed (Nursery Manager), Shamaila Ali (Deputy Manager) & Sahla Patel (Nursery Nurse)

Parent's Comments

Aahil's Mum 

Yasin & Yaqub's Mum- Simah

Inayah K's Mum 

Yaqub and Yasin's Mum

"Ladies, since the beginning as you all know I have been struggling with Yasin, you guys have been my guardian angels I can't thank you enough! Thank you for being my boys spiritual parents."

Inayah K's Mum 


"Really happy with my child's progress and how far they have come, also the how the teachers have the 1-1 with the children. Good reports for my daughter and son." 

Aahil's Mum 

"Meeting went really well and my son has made a lot of progress. I am very happy with the staff. Very good." -Aahil's Mum

Abbas's Mum 

"I am very happy to see the different types of activities my child does at nursery time, My son has learnt a lot and I just want to give a big thank you to Abbas's teacher and all the staff. They all took the time to look after my child carefully and friendly."

Zehna's Mum 

"Zehna has been enjoying her time at the nursery and receives excellent attention and care from all the staff. Thank you for supporting her!"