Address: Claylands Road, nr Newbridge, EH28 8LZ
Phone: 0131 333 4701
Welcome to Claylands Children's  Nursery; the nursery on a farm. 
Claylands is a unique Nursery in terms of both environment and ethos.
Claylands Nursery is located on 2.5 acres of garden grounds, in the West of Edinburgh close to Edinburgh Airport and services the areas of Ratho, Wilkieston, Kirknewton, East and Mid Calder, Livingston, Kirkliston, Winchburgh, Newbridge, South Queensferry, Newbridge, Gyle, Currie, Uphall and Broxburn. The Nursery is close to Clifton Hall School and EICA Ratho.  

Claylands Nursery is in a highly secure and tranquil countryside setting situated on a non-working farm, well away from the dangers of traffic, fumes or houses, and set in extensive secure paddocks and gardens for the children to enjoy. In addition to our rabbit and family of dormice, we also have a cockerel as well as extensive wildlife in the garden grounds.  There are no sheep or cattle on the farm and therefore no risk of animal borne Ecoli infection.
The Nursery is clean, maintained to a high standard, purpose built, bright, light and airy - and well resourced. Parents in our anonymous surveys consistently name the huge garden, the high quality nursery rooms and the staff as features of the nursery they are very happy with. The main objective of Claylands Nursery is to provide a safe, happy and stimulating environment for babies and children up to 5 years of age. Your children are left in the hands of experienced staff.
We are immensely proud of our Nursery, and it's beautiful, unique location and environment.
We have a stable staff team who share our values and ethos. Claylands is a home from home built on, outdoor play, good homemade food, and all in a natural and hygienic environment.
We are dedicated to maintaining our standards to ensure that each child is nurtured and supported.
To visit the Nursery, please call  our manager on 0131 333 4701.

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Claylands Children's Nursery are having an outdoor week, take a look at what the children got up to on the first day.

Posted by Outstanding Day Nurseries on Tuesday, 21 April 2015