Nurseries and Creches in Reading

We found 48 Nurseries and Creches in Reading, United Kingdom.

Name Full Address Phone
Abbeymore Nursery School & Day Nursery 161 Wokingham Road
Reading RG6 1LT United Kingdom
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Acorns Nursery School 11 Wittenham Avenue Tilehurst
Reading RG31 5LN United Kingdom
Alderbridge School Mill Lane
Reading RG7 4JU United Kingdom
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Alexandra Road Community Day Nursery 35 Alexandra Road
Reading RG1 5PG United Kingdom
Ashampstead Montessori Nursery School Church Lane Ashampstead
Reading RG8 8SW United Kingdom
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Ashkeys Nursery George Palmer School Basingstoke Road
Reading RG2 0GN United Kingdom
Bright Start Day Nursery 16 Church Street Theale
Reading RG7 5BZ United Kingdom
Broad Street Mall 203 Broad St Mall
Reading RG1 7QE United Kingdom
Buffer Bear Ltd. The Hospitium
Reading RG1 1AR United Kingdom
Buffer Bear Nurseries Ltd The Hospitium, Valpy St
Reading RG1 1AR United Kingdom
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Recent reviews for Nurseries and Creches in Reading

Gill P.
14 March 2013
Alderbridge School

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Not a good or positive experience

Alder Bridge is a Steiner Waldorf school which claims to offer an alternative and creative style to education. What parents are not told is that a religion called 'anthroposophy' (invented by Rudolph Steiner over 100 years ago) underpins everything that is said and done here. Some people may not be comfortable with his beliefs or approaches to education.

It's my suggestion prospective parents MUST research this subject thoroughly, by looking at websites, such as Waldorf Watch, Waldorfcritics and Quackometer, written and contributed to by people with first-hand knowledge of these schools.

I wish I had found this out before sending my child to this school as it was not a good or positive experience. Having realised this, it cost over £1,500 to pay for intensive private tutoring to get my child up to a reasonable educational standard in order to return her to a mainstream school - even though she is naturally very bright she was placed a year below her peers because she was so far behind academically.

Overall my child hated the experience of going there and was frustrated by the slow pace of learning and style of teaching, I also had concerns over some of the festivals, including St John's fire jumping!!

However, this style of school may suit some children.

In my opinion, this school is not in a good state of repair, most of the maintenance to the buildings and grounds is funded and carried out by parents in their spare time