300 Gillott Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B16 0RR, UK – 0121 455 6026
My nephew attends this fantastic nursery and I couldn't be more impressed! His development has come on in leaps and bounds since starting. The staff are amazing and so helpful. Always available and happy to assist with any queries or issues. I would definitely recommend to others.
41 Calthorpe Rd, Birmingham B15 1TS, UK – 0121 455 7887
I have gone through so many Nurseries. I visited maybe 10 and joined 2 for maximum 2 weeks but none was as good as this nursery. They care about the child they let them play outside often. They have HALAL meals. And most important that they work as a family.
My son has attended Edgbaston nursery school from baby room right through to pre school,I cant rate this nursery highly enough. I now have my second son joining after Xmas as I am going back to work after maternity leave,and I'm so happy to leave him as my first son loves it, The staff are very friendly and go out of there way to do as much as possible to make my son feel special. I receive text messages on how my son is doing and what activities they are doing during the day and I love it, it stops me from calling all the time to see how he is, Although sometime I do its so nice to hear he is ok and the staff are happy to explain how he is and put him on the phone to talk to me if I need to ...happy mommy :-)
413-415 Gillott Rd, Birmingham B16 9LL, UK – 0121 455 0883
Really wonderful setting. I knew when I first visited to inspect the place and all the older children rushed out of their room to see who I was and ask me questions about my baby that it was right for us. Then I saw a kindergartener be tasked with independently taking an item to another member of staff in a different room, and I was even more sure. The staff here really get to know your kid and how they tick, and they thrive as a result. It's the Montessori way. There's rarely any crying, the kids are always happy and appropriately challenged. Both my kids started at 12 months and left aged 4, picked up their alphabet and numbers quickly and generally loved their time here. It really felt like an extension of the family. They were very supportive of my parenting choices - baby signing, breastfeeding, washable nappies and daytime naps even for 4yr olds, and the kids were happy and secure as a result. My kids still ask to go back to visit, a year later!
3-7 Soho Rd, Birmingham B21 9SN, UK – 0121 647 6890
Very good school. Although we are new, my kids love being there.
very gud school
Heathfield Rd, Birmingham B19 1HJ, UK – 0121 464 6474
Both my kids go to this school and I think it's very good. Awesome teachers and good atmosphere. Every1 kids parents and teachers work hard and it shows.
This place really good because they have lots of events and reach good
Anglesey St, Birmingham B19 1RA, UK – 0121 464 4388
Top primary school. Will recommend everyone to send there kids here
4 Norfolk Rd, Birmingham B15 3PS, UK – 0121 454 7021
i was from 2012 - 2016. started in yr 3 the teachers are sooooo nice. i hav learnt sooo much from here best school ever
472 Coventry Rd, Birmingham B10 0UG, UK – 0121 772 4567
It's more precious than gold
Brilliant school, Allahumma barik, can't fault it. moved here especially for my sons to come here and we love it here.
31 Calthorpe Rd, Birmingham B15 1RX, UK – 0121 625 0398
The best school ever. I went to this school for 5 years and not one day did I ever feel any regret because everyone treated me with respect and love just like a second intimate family. You will get to know everyone because its our own small community and the enrichment activities are full of a wide range of choices on Wednesday afternoons. Also, the teachers are amazing and supportive and they will help you as much as they can. My experience has been amazing and if you work hard then you will acheive great things and your teachers will be immensely proud. Thank you to all my teachers who helped me get the best GCSE results ever....
My main aims for my child in choosing this school was to find a school to meet her social and educational development needs. That she would enjoy attending, learn social skills and make friends. And gain an education which recognises her potential and encourages her to achieve through positive teaching support. She has attended for a year and a half now and she is happy, feels supported and made friends. The school has been very much the right choice for her. She has made progress in all areas of the curriculum, and especially her artistic and making skills. The staff support pastorally has been key in ensuring she has participated in school life. The school population is mixed with regards diversity and integrates children who may be have additional educational needs very well.