“We visited all of the nurseries in the area after our daughter was diagnosed with special educational needs. The staff at Monkey Puzzle Highbury went out of their way to treat us with kindness at a difficult time, and went on to support our daughter through a series of further assessments by a diverse range of external professionals. They have been consistently attentive and compassionate to our daughter, implementing 6 week IEPs setting short term targets to maximise her ability to access the early years curriculum on offer in both the Toddler and Preschool rooms.
The management team, room leaders and our daughter’s keyworkers have all been brilliant and have taken on board the recommendations from our therapy team, applying them throughout the nursery day. The Kent family even allowed therapists to work intensively in the nursery setting with our daughter and made them feel a part of the Monkey Puzzle team. We could not be more grateful and our daughter’s development during her time at Monkey Puzzle is testament to the hard work that has been put in.
We were so pleased with the childcare provision at Monkey Puzzle that we also enrolled our son (who does not have special educational needs) into the Baby room and again we have been delighted with the team there who have supported and encouraged him every step of the way.
We highly recommend Monkey Puzzle Highbury to all prospective parents.”
Mr & Mrs BC
“I wanted to take the opportunity to wish the team well with the new Angel nursery and to say how much we appreciate the Highbury nursery. Especially in these last few weeks when the news around the world has been so depressing, it has really cheered me up to see all the little kids from all different countries and religious backgrounds playing together happily at the nursery. I often find myself telling people that it is the one thing that makes a bad-news day a bit less awful! I also think it is brilliant that you have such diversity and positivity in the staff. I find it really heartwarming to hear that our children are learning about other cultures and different lifestyles (making exotic foods or celebrating different festivals etc) and hopefully because of this wonderful melting pot they will be less prejudiced than many adults are today.” Sophie