“Henry has absolutely thrived during his time at Monkey Puzzle. He is excited each morning before he attends and he is always so happy when we collect him. We have been impressed daily by the loving and supportive family environment which is provided by the team and the amazing array of activities for the children. Developmentally, Henry has come on hugely as a result of his time at Monkey Puzzle – we were quite taken aback last weekend when he started writing numerous letters and despite being barely three, he is now able to write his name.
We can’t thank the team enough for the care and love which has been given to Henry. You provide a truly amazing place for the children under your care and we are just so so thankful that Henry has had the opportunity to spend time with you and we will be very sad to see him leave.
We look forward to Henry’s remaining few months at Monkey Puzzle. We’re also very excited about Theo starting his Monkey Puzzle journey and joining you next year. Theo now gets so excited each time we go into the Monkey Puzzle building, and we know he’ll have a great time with you too.”
“Monkey Puzzle Angel is an outstanding nursery who provide excellent learning opportunities for children. The staff are professional ,experienced in early learning, and seem to genuinely know and care about the children they work with. I receive detailed feedback about how my son’s day has been and am so impressed with the care and attention they give to the children in order to provide the best possible support to aid all aspects of their development in preparation for school.
The nursery appears committed to the children who attend and most importantly, meeting their individual needs. The environment is safe and child friendly and appropriate boundaries are set for the children and behaviour is managed very well. My son is extremely happy at Monkey Puzzle, he has developed positive relationships with his keyworker and other staff and is making friends.
This is the model of how a early childhood education setting should be to fully enable children to reach their potential.” Anna Parsons