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Welcome to Storal Learning

Creating nurturing environments where all children feel safe, loved and inspired to learn.

Storal Learning is proud to offer a consistently high quality of childcare and education in local communities across England. Each of our nurseries are committed to working with you to give your little one the best possible start in life, through the provision of exceptional care and early years education. As a group, we support all our nurseries to provide a homely, safe and creative space for children to learn, develop and grow.

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What matters most to us
What matters most to us

Our Values

  • Put The Child First

    If a child is in a happy, loving environment and getting consistently attentive care, then everything else will fall into place.

  • Individualised Care

    We pay careful attention to the needs and interests of each child, encouraging all children to reach their full potential.

  • Highest Standards

    We insist on relentlessly high standards across all aspects of childcare, striving for continuous improvement.

  • Real Passion

    We choose to only surround ourselves with professionals that have a deep-rooted passion for educating children.

Our Nurseries

Our nurseries all have their own unique characteristics and idiosyncrasies, but they all share our common philosophy of delivering a child-centric experience which actively promotes development and self-confidence.

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Children’s Well-being during COVID-19

There has been no doubt that the threat posed by COVID-19 is and has been frightening, unnerving and an unexpected time for many, not least of these our children. With lockdown, came a certain degree of social isolation and many questions. Troubling statistics show that children are developing serious mental health conditions, including Post Traumatic

Let’s Talk About Race

It’s never too early to talk about race. Studies have shown that at birth, babies look equally at faces of all races, but by just 3 months old, they are starting to look more at faces that match the race of their main caregiver (Kelly et al, 2005). By the age of 2, children start

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