Events

Open Days

All our nurseries will be holding an Open Day :

Newton Abbot – Thursday 08 August 2019 ( 1.30pm – 4.30pm)
Appointment by email only – amanda@humptydumptychildcare.co.uk

 

Kingsteignton – Thursday 08 August (9.30am to 4 pm)
Come and see our NEW nursery at Kingsteignton. Meet the team and see all our enriching facilities. Appointment by email only – tabitha@humptydumptychildcare.co.uk

 

Dartington – Thursday 08 August 2019 (9.30am – 11.30pm and 1.30pm – 5pm)

 

Dartmouth – Thursday 08 August – (4pm to 6pm)
Open Afternoon to all ages plus under-twos FREE themed sensory play. With activities such as shredded paper, sand, water, heuristic baskets and gross motor painting.

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We understand what an important decision it is choosing a nursery to take care of your little one and vital that you meet our team, appreciate our enriching activities and facilities on offer. Our Open Days are held on a normal working day, so you can see for yourself the friendly and nurturing, environment that is Humpty Dumpty Childcare. If you would like to attend we would recommend registering by simply completing the form below.

Our Nurseries

We have three bright and spacious children’s day nurseries in Dartington, Dartmouth and Newton Abbot. Each nursery has been rated as ‘Good’ by Oftsted, with many ‘Outstanding’ features.

Select a nursery to find out more.

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