Thriving Futures opens in NUL!

Thriving Futures has recently opened up in King Street, Newcastle under Lyme.

After a refurbishment they are now welcoming children from young babies up to 4 years old.

At Thriving Futures day nursery, they understand that learning happens best through play and exploration. Therefore, their nursery is set up to engage your child in all key areas of development including physical, social, emotional, speech & language, understanding the world, literacy, and mathematics.

They have dedicated areas for all ages including an early baby’s room providing a nurturing environment where babies can safely explore their environment.

A baby room which provides an environment in which confident walkers can test out their newfound skills.  Additionally, they provide multiple stations for your child to discover new activities both independently or with their friends, including sand/water, messy play, small world items, role play items, art materials, books and much more.

The toddler room is a large space, and they understand that at this age your child will already have a routine that is comforting to them. The environment provides everything your toddler needs to enrich their minds and build skills that will last them a lifetime.

The preschool is the perfect space for your little person to prepare for a school setting, but in a more flexible environment. They provide activities that support your child’s educational experience and build foundation knowledge that will prepare your child for the step up to school.

There is also a large outdoor garden, a shared space for all the children. Weather permitting, they like to spend as much time outside as possible where children can be active, cook up mud pies, get green fingers or build something spectacular in our construction area.

Promotions they are running are free paediatric first aid for parents, an accredited course. And a promotion for parents who sign other parents up will receive £25 per day the other parent signs up for. The whole week they will receive £125.