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Kinder Care

We all smile in the same language

Kinder Care

We all smile in the same language

Kinder Care

We all smile in the same language

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Welcome to Kinder Care


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Children coming down slides outdoors
KINDER CARE NURSERY is a well established private day nursery, staffed by a committed, child focused and a highly skilled diverse team.
It was set up in March 2007 by the owners who have a wealth of experience in childcare. The nursery is based on the corner of Richmond Rd and Francis Rd in Stechford with excellent public transport links.  The location is in the close proximity of the Heartlands Hospital and Stechford Retail Park and in the walking distance from Stechford and Chorpus Christi Schools. The nursery is fully registered with OFSTED (Office for Standards in Education).

The nursery is set over two floors with a large outdoor play area.

Choosing the right day nursery is one of life’s important decisions. We work closely with our parents to ensure that their children have the best start possible.  Our aim is to provide a safe, happy and stimulating environment for young children, keeping all of their development needs in mind.

Logo of Preschool Learning AllianceThe children in our care are provided with a wide range of carefully planned play- learning activities which in turn cater for each individual child’s needs. Staff observe and assess all children in their care and complete detailed development records which are shared with parents on a regular basis. Activities are carefully planned and are based around the children’s natural interests to support their learning and development.

Parent partnership

We pride ourselves on a highly successful partnership between parents, children and the nursery in order to achieve the very best care and education for each individual child. We believe that a positive nursery/parent/carer relationship will enhance a child’s time whilst here at Kinder.

The nursery will aim to include parents/carers on the most important decisions at nursery so that you are made a part of your child’s time at nursery and the beautiful journey. We are committed to working with you as partners to ensure that your child’s time with us is fun, learning through play and most of all an enjoyable time with us.

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We will do this by:

  • Daily feedback through the Blossom app
  • Nursery newsletter
  • Parent information board on entry
  • Parents ideas box
  • Parents evenings
  • Workshops
  • Celebration of festivals

Settling in period

We offer a free settling in period after booking your nursery place, where parents and babies spend time together at nursery familiarising themselves with staff and surroundings and discussing their child’s individual needs, feeding plans and care plan with your key worker. The settling in period is a two way process both for the nursery and the parent’s to find out more. This will ensure the child get’s the best possible start at Kinder Care Nursery.

Our menu

We offer a pesco vegetarian diet which includes fish. Meals are prepared on site, providing a varied and nutritious menu. Breakfast is a choice of cereal or toast. Then there are hot lunches and afternoon tea, which together with our healthy snacks helps to provide all children in our care with a balanced diet, with special diets catered for as required. We work within the Safer Food, Better Business Initiative and are subject to checks from Environmental Health. We have a food hygiene rating of 5.

Our menus have been nutritionally analysed using the ‘Eat Well Plate’ to ensure we provide a balanced and varied diet.


Our fees are payable weekly or monthly in advance by standing order, cheque or cash. We also accept childcare vouchers

Latest News

The Birmingham Local Offer Website

The Birmingham Local Offer website is now launched.  It includes information about the wide range of services that are available to support all areas of a child’s life (0-25 years) especially those with a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND).  This includes support with education, physical and mental health, social care, leisure activities and moving towards independence and adulthood. Click here for more information  

EYFS Parent’s Guide

From September 2019 there will be a revised EYFS where the curriculum will be at the heart of the framework. What to Expect, When? Is a guide to your child’s learning and development in the early years foundation stage. Please visit this Foundation Years page for more information