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Second Steps Day Nursery

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Address: Unit 5
Hemmells Park,
Postcode: SS15 6DR
Telephone: 01268 543170
Opening Hours:
We are open 52 weeks a year 7am to 7pm


Second Steps have 2 Nurseries at the following addreses:

Durham Road

T: 01268 410 937


Second Steps

Harrison House
Durham Road

SS15 6PH

Hemmells Park

T: 01268 543 170


Second Steps
Unit 5
Hemmells Park

SS15 6DR

At Second Steps Day Nursery we provide full day care for children aged from 6 weeks old to 5 years old.
Our aim is to provide a happy, homely and loving environment for all the children in our care with an emphasis on individual attention and learning through play.

Our philosophy is that a child should be happy, safe and healthy in a stimulating and educational environment.

Second Steps aims to work in partnership with our parents to provide a high quality service for each individual child’s needs.

We are the largest day nursery and out of school club dedicated to servicing the parents of Laindon and surrounding areas.

Based in Durham Road, Laindon, we are close to the mainline station and therefore are ideally placed for busy commuting families.

Our Nursery cares for up to 51 children between the ages of 6 weeks old and 5 years old.
We are open Monday to Friday 7am - 7pm all year round except for closure on public bank Holidays.

The staff we employ are with us because of their genuine love of children, others are training ‘on the job’ and some have a wealth of experience with children during their life time.
All staff are police checked, have references from previous employment and most are trained in First Aid.

Within our Nursery each age group has a separate room fully equipped with age appropriate toys and staff who have knowledge and love the age group they are working wih.

Settling In

To ensure your child’s happiness and well being on his or her first day, we encourage you to spend time settling him into the nursery, this can take between two and four weeks.

In this time you and your child can establish relationships with the carers gain knowledge of the routines and meet the children who already attend nursery.

The induction visit enables you to ask questions and discuss any relevant information about your child, for example, dietary requirements and your child’s daily routine at home.

On this visit you must return your child’s registration forms if you haven’t already done so.

We value you as parents of the children we care for, so feel free to phone during the day to find out what your child has been doing.

Please visit our - website - to find out more.

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