Hi my name is Charlotte.
I am a level 3 qualified nursery nurse with 19 years of experience in childcare. Nine of which have been as part of a management team. I joined Lilliput Day Nursery in June 2010 as Deputy Manager at the Kings Heath nursery. I then moved to the Rubery nursery in September 2010 after being promoted to manager. Being nursery manager many challenges but it is also a very rewarding role. I love watching the children enjoy the experiences we offer here at Lilliput and seeing them grow and develop. I also get a lot of satisfaction from building relationships with the many children and their families that come here.
We were last inspected by Ofsted in February 2017 and very proudly achieved ‘GOOD’ as our outcome.
“Children enjoy their time at this welcoming and supportive nursery where they make good progress in their learning and development. They are supported by practitioners who have a good understanding of how children learn.” – OFSTED
Our location in Rubery, Birmingham
Lilliput Day Nursery, Rubery is at the top of Rubery Village, just off the A38 Rubery bypass with easy access to Bromsgrove, Catshill, Longbridge, Northfield and Birmingham. It has its own car park which is accessed via Whetty Lane.
We opened Rubery’s door in June 2005 after extensively converting and refurbishing it to an extremely high standard taking it from a manufacturing warehouse and offices to a day nursery with a purpose built interior which is registered to take 50 children. The rooms are bright and spacious with plenty of room for children to move around freely and safely.
Rubery Deputy Managers
Hi, My name is Hannah.
I am a level 3 qualified nursery nurse with over 5 years experience in childcare. I joined Lilliput in 2014 as a nursery nurse and have progressed to Room Leader and to Senior Nursery Nurse.
As a Senior Nursery Nurse I support the management team but am also Room Leader to the Pre School children which is very rewarding.
I enjoy seeing the children learn and develop every day and have built strong relationships with the parents/carers.
Lilliput Day Nursery Rubery is a lovely place to work and a real family.
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0 – 1 years, for the younger less mobile babies.
1 – 2 years, for the older more mobile babies.
Rainbow room has its own milk kitchen and both baby rooms have a changing area and separate sleep area.
All babies are encouraged to be independent with their eating and drinking when they are ready. Activities are provided including creative ones, music, singing, construction and physical play that are age and developmentally appropriate. Individual routines are followed to fit in with home and staff are always available for a cuddle.
The staff promote language through verbal games, rhymes, singing and stories in addition to their normal verbal interaction during routine care activities. At the end of each day parents are given their child’s diary which has been completed during the day informing them of what their child has eaten and drunk, nappy happenings, activities, any development milestones, sleep times and messages. Parents are encouraged to take the diaries home and contribute to them about the things their child does with them.
Little Learners is for Children 2 – 3 years
This is a large room which has dividing doors that can make it 2 separate rooms. In here the children will do messy creative activities such as painting, play dough, sand and water play and other activities such as story time, singing, construction, drawing and role play to name just a few.
A planned routine is provided allowing free play, focussed activities and more structured activities that are appropriate to the age and development of the children. Activities are provided that encourage the children’s social and emotional development as well as their language, concentration and physical skills
Children’s independence and hygiene skills are encouraged in here when the children are ready.
Pre-School is for Children 3 – 5 years
This room is on the first floor and has its own toileting facilities. Children are encouraged to be independent in here with their toileting, dressing, hand washing and serving meals.
The routine and activities are planned following the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and to aid the individual development of the children to ensure they are ready for their transition to ‘Big School’.