Welcome to our Worcester Park Nursery

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Our Worcester Park Nursery is a detached house popular but quiet area of Worcester Park in Surrey. The nursery is on a quiet road, off the main high street. Being just a 5-minute walk from the station, this nursery is perfect for parents who need to commute in Central London.

Inside the nursery, we have our Little Stars room for babies and the Rising Stars room for toddlers on the ground floor. Our Pre-School Academy for pre-school children is based on the top floor of the building. All of the rooms are decorated in neutral colours, but we like to use bright and colourful displays for the children’s crafts.

Outside, we have a large garden with safety AstroTurf so the children can play safely in the garden during all weather. We also have a ‘snack shack’, a separate area for the children to ride their bikes, a climbing frame and a mud kitchen. We like to let the children play out in the garden twice a day – weather permitting! – so they can get all the benefits of outdoor play.

The important details

  • Our child to team ratios follow the legal requirements:
    • Babies under two – 1:3
    • Two to three year olds – 1:4
    • Over three – 1:8
  • We also have extra team members available so we can ensure a quality service
  • We are open:
    • 51 weeks of the year
    • 7:30am – 6:30pm Monday to Friday
    • Full day care (7:30am – 6:30pm), morning sessions (7:30am – 1:30pm) and afternoon sessions (1:30pm – 6:30pm)

Find Worcester Park Nursery

We are just five minutes’ walk from Worcester Park mainline train station (25 minutes to London Waterloo) and public transport links to Epsom and Kingston.

Worcester Park

Worcester Park NURSERY


Stars Day Nursery
52 Lynwood Drive
Worcester Park
Surrey KT4 7AB

020 8330 5305
07793 11 22 33
Email: enquiries@starschildcaregroup.co.uk


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“They are unbelievably caring and dedicated to each child as an individual. They get to know babies very
quickly and they know the specific needs of each child.”

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