Nurseries

Greenway Nursery

Hastings

Oftsed registration number EY337266. Greenway Nursery is situated in the Hastings Town Children’s Centre, offers all year round places for children aged 0- 5 years and term time only places for children aged 2-5 years.

Silverdale Nursery

St Leonards

Ofsted registration number EY490148. Silverdale Nursery, situated in the grounds of Silverdale Academy. Offers term time places to children aged 2-5 years

St. Nicks Nursery

St Leonards

Ofsted registration number 511215. St Nicks nursery, situated is in the grounds of St Nicholas Centre in St Leonards. Offers all year round places for children aged 0- 5 years and term time only places for children aged 2-5 years.

What we offer:
FSN nurseries provide a safe and nurturing environment for babies and children. We offer a wide range of well-planned activities and resources to supports children’s learning and development. Our high quality care encourages children to become independent and confident learners.

FSN believes that children benefit most from early years education and care when parents/carers and settings work together in partnership. Parents/carers have individual, password protected, 24 hour access to their child’s online learning journal to ensure they are always fully informed of their child’s progress. The online journal also enables parents to share any learning or experiences that children do at home.

Additionally, we offer regular verbal feedback, parent consultations, home visits before your child starts nursery, settling in visits, key person to ensure close parent–partnerships and access to other FSN projects and opportunities for families to offer a holistic approach for children, young people and families.

All of our nurseries participate in:
Healthy Active Little Ones Programme

FSN nurseries understand the importance of promoting healthy lifestyles at the earliest stage to ensure the best start for children. The HALO project, funded by the local Clinical Commissioning Group, allows our nurseries to provide activities and resources for children to develop their physical skills and to learn about the importance of healthy eating.
 
Early Communication Project
 
The Early Communication Project enables settings to develop their work with children who are identified with a speech, language or communication need.

An Early Communications Support Worker works with the staff at the nurseries to help identify children who may require additional support and to then provide evidenced-based interventions to improve outcomes for these families.


 


 

 


Nursery Aims and Objectives
REAL Creative Evaluation 2019
Written by Dr Rory McDowall Clark for Culture Shift​



 

SuccessES


Babies have freedom to play and explore. The sessions get us out and about.

- PACT Parent Voice

I have been supported through my career, given so many opportunities and different steps.

- Taken from staff survey 2024

What an amazing nursery! All three of my children have attended this nursery and I cannot fault them. Each Individual staff member past and present have been amazing, the children are well looked after the staff are always happy to help. The children are always happy! Definitely recommend this nursery to all friends with little ones!

- Nursery parent 2023/2024

It has been wonderful to feel an asset to my community, especially when it is facing such hardship.

- Pantry volunteer

I enjoy coming to PACT, meeting other parents so we can share our experiences, it helps us get out of the house too. The staff are kind and knowledgeable. When my baby is old enough for nursery I would like to volunteer to help run a group.

- PACT parent