We believe in delivering high quality child care, with staff that are dedicated to providing a healthy, safe and secure environment for each child. Our goal is to make a positive contribution to society and achieve economic well being.

We provide a welcoming and friendly environment where we are passionate about working in partnership with parents. Equality and diversity are highly valued and promoted throughout the setting.

Staff are encouraged to access regular training to update their knowledge and develop themselves both personally and professionally, in order to maintain and continuously improve the quality of care we provide.

Early Years Foundation Stage

We provide broad and balanced play based learning for children from 3 months to 5 years. Our structure and content follows that of the Early Years Foundation Stage, supporting the learning and development of children.

Our inclusive environment enables children to have the best possible start in life. Our nursery practitioners work closely alongside parents and carers to develop an understanding of children’s abilities, interests and stage of development. We then plan from the child’s interests and enthusiasm to support and extend their learning and provide activities where children learn, explore, engage and develop to their full potential.

We are proud to offer the following sessions: Forest Schools/Mud Kitchens, Cooking, Intergenerational Groups, Speech and Language Group sessions and lots more.

Outdoor Play

The Early Year’s Foundation Stage clearly states that children must have access to outside provision all year around. Children enjoy playing outside in all weathers and benefit in many ways, some of which are listed below:

  • It is fun exercising in the fresh air
  • Children can learn to take risks and try new activities
  • They can explore the natural environment
  • Children have room to run around and shout

Fresh air and exercise are proven to be good for the development of the brain and for a general feeling of well being. Children can exercise their gross motor skills by running, climbing and jumping.

Children’s Day Care availability and costs

Vista Field Nursery 2 year old funded hours

Our day care provision is run from 8am – 6pm.

Funded hours are offered from 9am to 3pm. These hours can be extended across the day care provision.

We offer 15 hours per week as part of the Together for Twos funding.

To apply for Together for Twos call into your nearest Children’s Centre and pick up an application pack or email SGCC.T4T@gll.org

Vista Field Nursery 3 and 4 year old funding

Our day care provision is run from 8am – 6pm.

Funded hours are offered from 9am to 3pm. These hours can be extended across the day care provision.

We offer 15 funded hours per week to all 3 and 4 year olds and 30 funded hours for eligible families.

Find out more information on 3 and 4 year old funded places

Storkway Creche 2 year old funded hours

2 year old funding – we offer 15 hours per week as part of the Together for Twos funding for eligible families Monday to Friday, Term Time only – morning sessions 09.00 - 12.00 and afternoon sessions 12.30 - 3.30.
We also offer a limited amount of 9am to 3pm spaces, please contact us to discuss availability.

For more details on Vista Field Nursery day care costs and provision contact 020 3198 3156. 

For more details on Storkway Creche call 020 8331 1970 option 1. 

Meal times

As part of our commitment to keeping children healthy, we provide nutritionally balanced menus and cater for a range of dietary requirements. Weekly menus are prepared and cooked on the premises by our in-house cook following ‘Eat Better Start Better’ government guidelines.

We offer milk and water to drink with meals and children have access to water throughout the day. In addition to the below, we provide self selection snacks which include vegetables, fruits, bread sticks.

We provide three meals a day:


Breakfast consists of wholegrain cereals and/or whole meal toast.


Lunch menus are published monthly and displayed clearly for parents including allergen information. The varied menu includes all food groups such as rice, potatoes, pasta, chicken, meat, fruit and vegetables and vegetarian options.

Afternoon tea

Afternoon tea is a light snack such as soup with bread and butter, sandwiches or hummus with pitta bread and carrot sticks.

Our family quotes

Vista Field

"Brilliant!  It makes me so happy to know my little girl is happy and enjoying herself."

"My child’s time at nursery has been so special.  The learning and fun she has experienced has been exceptional. The staff make it easy for us to go to work knowing she is always in safe hands."

"The staff and manager are so supportive and understanding. They have helped us in every way possible and I will be forever grateful."


"Great to see our ‘stars’ exploring and developing skills!  Well done team for nurturing them."

"Thank you for helping me to understand how my son learns and sees the world; you have helped me find the right professionals to give him the best start."

"My daughter has loved her time at Storkway, she’s learnt so much – thanks for all the fun activities that you offer."