About Our Nursery

The Christ Church Street French Nursery was born in September 2007 situated at 3 Caversham Street, London in the Vestry of the Christ Church.

In its first year Christ Church Street was only a French Nursery for the ages of 2 to 5 years old. In its the fifth successful year, we became a Bilingual school. Today the highly qualified staff work with the children and speak both French and English.

This is why the Founder, Mrs Floriana Mangani understood that London is a large European and World reknowned city. Its population come from all corners of the world, and its inhabitants are almost always confronted with the comprehension of a foreign language. It is for this reason that certain Parents register their children into a bi-lingual structure at an early age, aiming to guarantee a harmonious development and to enable them to confront the barrier between the two languages and cultures.

Mrs Mangani passion is to give opportunity to children to attend the reception to follow the English National Curriculum or to the " Classe Preparatoire" under the French Syllabus .

Our members of staff are both French and English. The number of children attending Christ Church Street Nursery has increased annually.

Christ Church Street French Nursery became registered in 2009. It is housed within an open plan church hall, in walking distance to the Kings Road in Chelsea.

Our facilities are growing all the time. Children can enjoy our big garden in the Christ Church Primary School twice per day. The nursery also functions as a sister to a nearby established nursery. The nursery is registered to care for upto 24 children between three years to the end of the early years age group.

The Pre-school and the Nursery are open daily from Monday to Friday from 9am to 3.30pm. Mrs Linda Bitty is the Manager , Mrs Adriana Noel is the Deputy Manager and

All member of the staff are fully committed, vetted and work very hard for the children's welfare as number one priority. Both the nursery and the pre-school got Good from the OFSTED.

The majority of our Parents are actually not French, but would like their children to learn French as a second language. The school tries to meet these demands, and adapts the work accordingly. The school is a place of social gathering, and our mission is to encourage the open-mindedness between the two cultures.



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