Welcome to Happy Child Shepherd's Bush.
Montse Benabdi is the Nursery Manager at Happy Child Shepherd's Bush.
Montse is originally from Spain and brings a wealth of knowledge and passion to her managerial role.
Montse oversees a vibrant and lively Nursery aided by her dedicated team. Parents can confidently leave their children, assured that the Nursery will deliver the very best in care, safety and education for their child.
Montse has been trained in Montessori method and has now incorporated this in the daily activities at the Nursery.
To visit Nursery and meet Montse and her staff team, please call her to arrange an appointment to visit the Nursery.
Settling your child in: We offer 5 free hours to settle your child into nursery - the times and session will be confirmed with the Nursery Manager, Key Person and Parent. We ask you to stay with your child initially until they have settled into the room and then to leave them giving your child and the staff the opportunity to interact in a normal nursery day. We also give a detailed handover including routines, likes, dislikes etc dependant on your child's age.
Extra curricular activities: Our Nursery offers a wide range of extra curricular activities for all ages of children – please speak to the Nursery Manager for more details.
Our current activities include:
Saturday 31st August 2013
10.00 a.m - 3.00 p.m.
Term Time Only Sessions and Short Days are available.
Extended hours until 6.30 p.m.*
*Must be booked in advance
Shepherd's Bush Families Project & Children's Centre
58A Bulwer Street,
We are conveniently located nearby several London Underground Stations: Shepherd's Bush and White City (Central Line), Hammersmith and City Line (Metropolitan Line) and Westfield Shopping Centre.
101 Frithville Gardens
Tel: 020 8762 9519
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Happy Child Nurseries recognises that each child is an individual. Our mission is to provide a joyful learning experience that empowers children to reach their potential. Happy Child fosters a caring and creative environment emphasising the development of each child while working closely with parents/carers and the community in supporting this learning.