Welcome to Bright Sparks Nursery!
Bright Sparks Nursery is a Pre-school in Ipswich for children from aged 2 years to 5 years. We always aim to deliver fun, engaging activities in a caring environment for your children!
We are based in St Peters Church Hall, Stoke Park Drive, Ipswich. We are open Monday-Friday for ten sessions per week.
Bright Sparks Nursery, is a registered charity and was opened in 1984 with a commitment to establish and maintain a high quality childcare provision. Ofsted rated us as Good with Outstanding elements in 2017.
All 3 and 4 year olds are entitled to 15 hours of government funding (that’s 5 Free sessions), with a “registered provider” like Bright Sparks Nursery, regardless of income or circumstances. We also offer an additional 30 hours funding for eligible 3-4 year olds. Bright Sparks Nursery also offers funded places to 2 year olds, for more information visit the link provided.
Our aims are to:
- Provide high quality care and education for children below statutory school age.
- Work in partnership with parents to help children to learn and develop.
- Add to the life and well-being of the local community and offer children and their parents a service that promotes equality and values diversity.
“Both of my boys have thoughly enjoyed their time at Bright Sparks. I feel we all have a great relationship with the staff and we will miss you all when Jaylen leaves for school. Thank you for all your hard work over the years, not only Jaylen, but with Kaiden too.
Nicole Holland (July, 2019)
Our experienece with Brightsparks, agian, has been nothing but positive. Both my youngest children have attended and have enjoyed every second. My husband and I have always felt informed and included during their time. The experiences, activities and trips have al been great fun and both girls have came home very excited by things they have done. we will all mis Brightsparks and their amazing staff very much.
Angie Holland (July, 2019)
The support I have had from the nursery has been phenomenal. I can not thank the staff at Bright Sparks for everything! Dylan has thoroughly enjoys his time at nursery and his bonded so well with all the lovely ladies. I wil be sad to not be bringing him here anymore as he makes his way to school life. I would 100% recomend to anymore looking for nursery!
Lauren Duncombe (July, 2019)
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Update for 2019
During the summer holidays of 2018, Bright Sparks Nursery extended the outside area, creating vegetable planters, long pathways on different levels, linked by stepped area. A wild-banked area in which the children can climb and explore for bugs and insects has also been created.
The garden, which can be viewed from the church, has been dedicated to a long time committee member and friend of the nursery Shirley Cartwright, to which a memorial flower garden can be found at the edge of the garden.