Our Philosophy

At our nurseries we love nature and place huge emphasis on first-hand experiences and enjoyment of the Great Outdoors. Come rain or shine, there are new adventures and experiences to be had every day. Children growing up in todays society are becoming more exposed to modern technology and clinical surroundings and are spending less time outdoors, engaged in physical or imaginative play.

We believe it is up to us, as adults, to raise our children to become the best they can be, providing them with the new and enriching experiences and encouraging a respect and enjoyment of the natural environment in which we live.

Our Mission: “Discovering the world, respecting the environment”

Daisy and Jake Day Nursery aims to:

Create opportunities for a child to discover all manner of sounds, sights, shapes and textures both indoors and outdoors.

Encourage children to make discoveries about themselves and the world in which they live through exploration and first hand experiences.

Create an environment which allows children to feel secure and valued. To guide them to be considerate towards others and show respect.

We will listen to children and support their lines of discovery and enquiry. We will add colour to a child’s life by encouraging self expression and imagination.

Provide a happy, safe, warm and stimulating environment for all children to play, learn and develop freely.

We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Framework

Lisa Collins

Lisa Collins


As a parent of three children, 14 years ago – when I first needed childcare – I struggled to find a solution that complimented my values.

I realised there was a need for quality childcare in an environment that was not only safe, fun and stimulating, but also offered additional benefits that supported a child’s development through exciting experiences and outdoor learning in a natural environment.

This philosophy became the motivation and the backbone behind the creation of Daisy & Jake. We offer exactly what I, as a parent, was looking for – and more.

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