LifeLine Projects

Little Learners Nursery and Pre-School

Little Learners Nursery and Pre-School
Leading the way—
learning through play!
The Little Learners Nurseries and Pre-Schools are our initiative to provide a warm and stimulating environment where young children have the best chance to learn and flourish.

Each day is filled with activities and adventures tailored for each age group, letting children learn while playing together and having fun.

And with our innovative and secure Tapestry app, available on smartphone and desktop, you can see photos and stories showing what your child has been up to during the day with just a few taps. You can also upload updates and photos of your own, to show your child’s key-worker what they have been doing at home.

Little Learners currently has nurseries in Elm Park and Ilford, part of the Greater London area. These nurseries have:

Recent updates from Little Learners

LifeLine Comms Team

New Little Learners Nursery coming soon to Elm Park

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Diana These, Vivien Palmer and Terri Noone

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Nathan Singleton

Have we forgotten how to play?

Just recently, I was speaking with a close friend of mine on what it was like to finally be able to interact with each other face-to-face again. The conversation turned to how our children were coping, and he began to tell me of a recent event – his son had his friends come over to the house to play together, and yet… they didn’t.

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