Cambridge Avenue, New Malden

Millie's House Nursery & Pre-School at Cambridge Avenue is a 70 place day nursery for three month to five year olds. This is situated beside New Malden train station in a beautiful location, close to the local high street.

The nursery is based on two floors and has three separate age appropriate garden areas.The nursery has four purposely designed rooms. Our first room is for up to 18 months age group called our Discoverers. They then transition into our Explorers classroom for children up to two years old. After this they venture onto the second floor of our nursery. On the first floor there are the Inventors who are aged two to three years and then after this they transition to Little Einstein’s which are aged three to five years. All of the rooms are incredibly spacious to allow us to develop different zones within the rooms that incorporate the seven areas of learning within the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS).


Our Management Team

Carlene Facey, Regional Manager

Carlene is a passionate early years advocate with childcare experience starting in 2003. She holds a masters degree in early education and an early years teacher status. She comes with a wealth of experience in supporting parents and carers through workshops as well as nurseries with compliance and helping them to maintain high quality care and education.

In the most recent years she has worked across several nurseries as an operations manager, inspector and independent consultant. Carlene hopes to achieve a doctorate in educational psychology in the near future


Sheila Manning, Deputy Manager

Full details awaited

Natalie Chrystie, Operations Manager

As the Operations Manager for Childcare And Learning Group, Natalie has responsibility for supporting and developing the nurseries and pre-schools within the group, including Millie's House in Cambridge Avenue.

Natalie is a qualified childcare specialist with over 40 years experience working in the childcare industry including many years running individual nurseries for the group. Leading a senior team of three regional managers and a special projects manager, she ensures that nurseries have the facilities, support and training required to meet the group’s own high standards for best practice in childcare.

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