Welcome to University of Birmingham Day Nurseries: the perfect place to learn and grow.
A stay and play group like no other. Nestled in leafy woodland, your little one can let their imagination run wild, and be inspired by one of the only award-winning forest schools in south Birmingham.
A magical place
Choose quality childcare, outdoor learning and a home-from-home experience for your family. The University's three Ofsted-registered day nurseries are open to all.
A learning journey
Every day, your child will learn and grow through fun and free play, inspired by their own instincts and interests.
While they’re developing communication, language, numeracy, problem solving and physical skills, they’ll also be learning to build relationships and gaining confidence, independence and self-esteem.
Partnerships with parents
A strong, trusting and communicative relationship with everyone caring for your child matters so much.
You’ll always be included, informed, welcomed and supported. We’ll work together, sharing our knowledge and learning from yours.
Staff who care
Qualified, friendly staff bring years of professional childcare experience and a genuine commitment to quality care.
You can relax, knowing your child is cared for by a nurturing, knowledgeable team who you know and trust.
Sparking the imagination
Sensory Rooms support your child’s wellbeing and development. Forest School connects them to nature, learning new skills in the great outdoors. The Curiosity Approach nurtures your child’s creative potential.
Enquiring about a nursery place for your child is simple
Ask us about availability online today. It's a quick, easy process and you'll receive a response from us very soon.
From the blog
The ‘Outstanding’ Oaks
We’re proud to announce that The Oaks Day Nursery has once again been rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, making it one of only a small number of settings to retain its rating in 2023. First rated ‘Outstanding’ in 2017, the nursery has been praised for turning the Birmingham Day Nurseries’ vision of ‘nurturing a new generation … Continued