At Farley Nursery Schools, children spend all day outdoors; exploring, creating, playing and learning.
Our award-winning private nursery schools create a truly exceptional environment for children to develop. We believe, and much research supports this belief, that outdoor learning helps children’s confidence, social skills, capacity for learning and overall health.
Children at Farley Nursery Schools have freedom. Freedom to roam. Freedom to use their imagination. Freedom to learn and interact with other children. Freedom to develop in a safe and stimulating environment. And freedom to have lots of fun.
We’re Ofsted-registered and follow the government’s ‘early years foundation stage’ standards for learning.
All three of our Nursery Schools are set in rural locations surrounded by wonderful unspoilt countryside, which allows the children to play in an open air environment and ideally supports our Outdoor Learning Ethos. The original Farley School is nestled within an area of woodland in south Wiltshire, while Sparsholt Nursery School enjoys the additional benefit of proximity to the working farm and facilities provided by Sparsholt Agricultural College. Steeple Langford Nursery School is situated on the edge of a village in the heart of Wiltshire. All our sites provide an idyllic and safe haven for the children to play and learn.
The staff are second to none, I feel completely confident that my children are well cared for & above all else have tonnes of fun.
Not only has our daughter been happy at Farley but we have had every confidence in the staff and have never looked back since the day we first dropped her off.
Our boys are free to explore and experiment supported by lovely staff who nurture their natural curiosity and eagerness to learn. We wouldn't dream of sending them anywhere else.
Sue, I just wanted to tell how beyond fantastic and marvellous your staff have been, and to thank you for employing such amazing people who make leaving my baby so much easier.
When our son started at Farley, it was like tasting ice cream for the first time - except we got to have the ice cream everyday! He had no problems settling in because every morning, when dropping him off, the adventure was about to start.
Stories in the yurt, hot chocolates round the fire, being pirates in ballet & running free in the field. Everyday has been an adventure for him, it couldn't have been any better.
We're Ofsted-registered and follow the government's 'early years foundation stage' standards for learning.