Mandarin Ducklings Home Setting (River Site)
Our River Site is a small setting situated in a residential area and has the capacity of 9 children at a time. It caters for children aged from one year to four years. The home setting that has a ‘home to home’ feel offers good space for children to work and play both indoors and outdoors, and in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
The facilities and resources in our home setting are carefully selected for different ages of children. Our teachers are skilled early year practitioners, some hold specific qualifications for Montessori and/or Chinese linguistic teaching. Every member of staff has been DBS checked and gone through stringent vetting process, as well as registering with the appropriate authority in order to work at the home nursery.
Core Day: 8:00am - 4:00pm (Mondays to Fridays not including bank holidays)
Full Day: 8:00am - 6:00pm (Mondays to Fridays not including bank holidays)
* Half Day: morning and afternoon sessions
* Subject to availability
How to Find Us
Our Home Setting is on the door step of Moor Mead Park in St Margarets. Moor Mead Park has a pleasant village green atmosphere. Surrounded by houses with the River Crane bordering one side, this park has a children's playground, tennis courts and football pitches.
Address: St Margaret's Grove, Twickenham, TW1 1JF
Telephone: 020 8412 7099
Operating from a residential area with highly congested neighbouring streets, it is Mandarin Ducklings' strong preference that parents pick up and drop off children by foot. For those parents who need to use a car, The recommended place for parking is on Hill View Road inside Moor Mead Park (approximately 3 minutes by foot from the premises), where parking restrictions only apply between 10am and 4:30pm - see below map. Parents can only park on St Margarets Grove or Brook Road in case of an emergency.
* Please be aware of traffic restriction on Hill View Road: for motor vehicles driving from Twickenham to St Margaret's, there is no entry through Hill View Road during the controlled hours of 7.30am to 9.30am Mondays to Fridays.