tiny Acorns day nursery, Acorn Cottage
tiny acorns day nursery
tiny Acorns Day Nursery
020 8694 3553
tiny Acorns
tiny Acorns
tiny Acorns
tiny Acorns Day Nursery is a small privately owned facility providing places for children (aged 3 months to 5 years). We aim to work closely with parents/guardians or carers to provide an environment of worry free childcare, in a stimulating homely setting to develop the children's educational and social needs.

The Nursery will be open at times to meet the needs of working parents/guardian or carers between 8.00am - 6.00pm. tiny Acorns is open all year except for 1 week at Christmas, public holidays and 3 days for staff training.

Aims and Objectives
To recognise that the child's needs, welfare and safety are paramount and must override all other considerations.
To provide an environment that is not only safe but also stimulating and happy.
To work in partnership with parents, guardians, carers and other professionals.
To take account of the children's needs arising from race, culture, language and religion.
To provide quality care and education for children.
To support the children's families.
To create a developmentally appropriate curriculum to meet the needs of each individual child.
To share information, resources and practical advice.
To formulate and encourage equal opportunities for both children and adults.
To support staff on training courses enabling them to develop skills and confidence.
To ensure that all children are provided with nutritional balanced diet, paying particular attention to individual dietary needs.
To ensure compliance with all legal requirements.

Community Links

tiny Acorns has close links and continued partnerships with the local libraries, schools, shops and community groups.


tiny Acorns Day Nursery is committed to providing a welcoming and caring environment that provides for the children's safety and wellbeing and supports them in their development and learning.

We believe that the nursery and the layout of the environment should enable children to be active, and involved in social and individual play activities and experiences.