Opening Hour

3:00pm – 7:30pm (Mon-Fri)

10:00am – 7:00pm (Sat)

10:00am – 5:00pm (Sun)

About Us

We believes that each child is unique and activities are planned around their individual needs and interests. Children are supported to learn and develop and to make the most of their abilities. The children play in a happy, safe and secure environment alongside staff who ensure that all children are included.

Why Enam Childcare ?

We are a popular childcare provider with a reputation for providing flexible, quality childcare, Tutoring for Children for after school and also holiday clubs for ages 5 to 16 years old. We can offer you:

Peace of mind

    • Experienced, qualified staff who care
    • Rated excellent for Safeguarding children
    • Know that your child is getting the best start in life with Enam Childcare

Flexible childcare

    • Extended opening hours from 3pm to 7:30pm Weekdays, Weekends 10am to 7:30pm
    • Before school breakfast clubs, after school care and holiday clubs
    • Open 51 weeks of the year

Outstanding quality care

    • Rigorous procedures embed our high standards and good practice in everything we do
    • Guided by the National Curriculum regulated by Ofsted
    • Standard groups ensure a homely atmosphere so your child’s individual requirements are catered for

Effective Learning through Play

    • Multitude of age appropriate learning opportunities presented in a creative, fun way
    • Lovely indoor play areas and Education Facilities
    • A balance of structured and free play activities guided by your child and their key person

Come and see for yourself. Call us on 01617144355 to book a visit or Contact Us


Study Groups

Arts & Crafts




Homework Support

Study Skills

Our childcare facility provides english, maths, biology, physics, and chemistry tutoring classes to help improve your child’s understanding of the subjects. Contact us to find out more.

Fundamental British Values

At Enam Childcare we embrace the Fundamental British Values (FBV’s) into our curriculum. We are already delivering these in our setting. There are four main themes to the Fundamental British Values (FBV’s). They are listed here along with some of the learning links that we support in our settings. If you ever suspect a concern, then use the contact numbers at the end of this page to take further advice or act immediately.

Fundamental British Values: Rule of law

Supporting children in understanding right from wrong and managing their own behaviour and its impact on others

Learning Links:

    • Takes steps to resolve own conflicts
    • Responds to boundary setting
    • Understands rules matter
    • Begins to negotiate & solve problems
    • Can create rules with others
    • Understands rules apply to everyone

Fundamental British Values: Individual Liberty

Encouraging children to make choices, develop independence and to think for themselves. Provide experiences to explore feelings and responsibilities.

Learning Links:

    • Expresses preferences & interests
    • Shares experiences with others
    • Confident to speak with others about feelings
    • Knows some things make them unique

Fundamental British Values: Democracy

Giving children the opportunity to develop self-confidence and self-awareness. To make choices and decisions about what to explore and how they might use the resources provided.

Learning Links:

    • Engages in play with others
    • Makes decisions together
    • Knows they are unique
    • Understands similarities & differences
    • Enjoys family customs & routines

Fundamental British Values: Mutual Respect & Tolerance

Providing a setting with an ethos of inclusivity and tolerance. Where faiths, cultures and races are valued and children are engaged with the wider community.

Learning Links:

    • Treats others as they want to be treated
    • Plays alongside others and forms good relationships
    • Is aware of others feelings and that some actions can cause harm
    • Joins in with family customs and routines and understands some differences

Concerns can be raised with the local police or reported on 101.

The Department for Education has a helpline to raise concerns: 020 7340 7264 or email:

In an Emergency where you see suspicious activity and suspect terrorism, report it on 0800 789321

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