At Triangle House we believe in building strong, positive relationships with children and their families through mutual kindness and respect. You and your child can always expect a warm welcome from our friendly team who will work closely with you to ensure that your child receives the very best start in life.
We are located in a beautiful rural area with access to local fields and wooded areas. When your child is not outdoors, exploring nature they will benefit from a purpose built, light and airy, home from home setting with caring, well qualified practitioners looking after their needs.
Amber drawing with William and Max at Triangle House
Our practitioners are the real stars of our show and the best resource that we offer to you and your child.
Karen Hazelden, R.G.N.R.M, opened Triangle House in 1994 with a vision of providing the very best care for small children. We are lead by manager Michelle Smith who is a Qualified Teacher with a BA Hons degree in Early Education, Early Years Professional status and i.l.m level 5 in Leadership and Management. Michelle is passionate about Early Years and constantly strives to improve opportunities for children.
Your child will benefit from continuity of excellent standards of care due to our exceptionally low employee turnover and our high adult:child ratios. Our nursery is staffed well above the government prescribed ratios to ensure that each child is given the adult support and time that they need to grow, learn and be happy. We invest in our wonderful employees through their training. We support each member of our team to achieve at least a Level 3 qualification in Childcare and Education and encourage them to train beyond this level.
I've been unbelievably happy with the care that Triangle House have given Henry in his time with them. I know that he is not only well cared for but also well loved. I am confident when I'm not there he will be getting just as many cuddles as he would at home. I'm really pleased that everyone has taken the time to get to know him as an individual and this is apparent in the daily handovers and updates where the information is always detailed and relevant to him.
Amanda Kitson, mother of Henry 1 yr