Looking For Childcare in Manor Park?


Contact Information

Phone: 0208 553 2479 and then choose option 3.
Email: info@sheringham-nur.newham.sch.uk.

We can help you look for early education and childcare for your baby, toddler or child up to five years old in and around Manor Park.

We can provide you with tailored information and talk you through different ways of reducing your childcare bill.

As London’s only Community Childcare and Early Learning Support Hub, we are here to help you find the best place for your child and help you return to work, training or further education.

smwOur highly successful Childminder Network has gained national recognition. Sir Michael Wilshaw, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector, visited in 2013 with Sue Gregory, Ofsted’s Head of Early Childhood, and said: “Sue and I found our conversations with your impressive child-minders particularly engaging. It was helpful to hear them talk about how the network supports them with on-going training and professional development.”

Early learning and childcare options

At Sheringham Nursery School, we offer 15 hours of free early education and childcare for children aged 3 and 4 years old, and for 2-year olds who are eligible for a free place. We offer morning places and afternoon places during school termtime – and it’s all free. To apply for a place, just drop into the centre any day between 8.30am and 4.30pm. Alternatively, you can fill out a waiting list form and use the camera on your phone to send it back to info@sheringham.nur-newham.sch.uk.

To find out if your 2-year olds is eligible for a free place, just drop into the centre,  phone the Newham team on  020 3373 0980 or email twoyearold.childcare@newham.gov.uk

If you need more than 15 hours then you might want to have a blended childcare place

Blended childcare means you buy extra hours of childcare around your free 15-hour place.

If you need flexible childcare that fits around your child’s nursery place, why not use one of our network childminders? Our network childminders work closely with the centre and offer a highly professional, high-quality service. They can drop your child off in nursery, pick your child up at the end, giving you all the additional hours you need.

If you want a more flexible nursery place you might want to try one of the early years settings in the Sheringham Network

The early years settings work closely with the centre and offer high quality early education and care with an Ofsted rating of “Good” or better. See Sheringham Early Years network.

Please note: we aim to help you to make an informed choice from a range of high-quality options, but we are not making any specific recommendations or guarantees. If you have a complaint or concern about any provider, we advise you to talk this over with the provider in the first instance. If you are still unhappy or concerned then you should contact Ofsted (T: 0300 123 1231 W: www.ofsted.gov.uk E: enquiries@ofsted.gov.uk)