Inspire Day Nursery offers an all-inclusive service providing nappies, wipes, meals, formula milk and will even wash your child’s clothes so at the end of a long day at work or study it is one less thing for you to worry about.


The nursery is set in a large and spacious building decorated and furnished to the highest possible specifications and just a short walk away from Croydon town centre and West Croydon transport links.


The comfortable environment and well established staff team offer a family type atmosphere in which children thrive. The individual needs of the children, their wellbeing and happiness are of paramount importance to us and come first in everything we do.


Our children are encouraged to investigate and explore, becoming confident and independent as they grow.

We understand that as a parent choosing a nursery can be a difficult decision to make and getting it right can be one of the most important decisions you have to make in your child’s life.  We’ll invite you to visit as many times as you need and answer any questions you might have.  We’re confident that once you visit the nursery and meet our team you’ll agree that this is the right setting for you and your child.

Please down load our brochure for more information and contact us to arrange your visit.




At Inspire Day Nursery our facilities consist of 7 spacious children’s play rooms, an indoor sensory room, a dining room for the children’s meals and a large garden.

The children are divided into appropriate age groups:


  • Hedgehog and Squirrel rooms cater for our youngest children 0-18months

  • Rabbit and Badger rooms cater for children from 18months to 30months

  • Fox and Otter rooms cater for children from 2 ½ years old to 3 ½ years old

  • Owl Room caters for children from 3 ½ to 5 years old


Although the children have their own groups they mix together as much as possible at breakfast and garden times.  These are social events which encourage talking and socialising among the children.  Independence is also developed as the older children support the younger children.  During meal times the staff eat with the children which encourages them to use knives and forks appropriately and is a time for conversation and further learning experiences. (Information about the 'Groups' can be found on the Activities and Curriculum page)