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Cookham Dean Nursery (Tythe Barn) was our first nursery to open in 1991 and in 2016 we moved this nursery and it is now called Park House Nursery and Pre-School,  named after the existing house and is located on Maidenhead Road, close to the shops, which we know the children will enjoy visiting.  With Cookham train station on our doorstep, it also allows commuting parents and staff more convenient links to the nursery and their place of work.

The building itself has lots more child friendly spaces with separate sleeping, eating and messy play areas together with a learning room for pre-school children.

Opening Hours

We are open 7.45am until 6pm Monday to Friday and close for Bank Holidays and for one week at Christmas.

We provide childcare on a full or part time basis. Parents can choose full or half day sessions according to what best suits their needs (subject to availability and ½ days at the Manager’s discretion).

Morning session 7.45am - 12.30pm       Afternoon 1.30pm - 6.00pm        Full Day 7.45am - 6.00pm 

Feedback from Parents

“Thanks again for the wonderful care you are giving XX and for your patience with him. It is so important for me to know he is well cared for and loved when away from home – I'm sure most parents say that!”

“If I haven't said before I wanted to say how great it is to see the pictures of what you have been doing as it really gives me a great understanding of what she is up to in a given day - so thank you!”

Park House Nursery Gallery

To see what the children have been up to - click below.

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Contact Information

Park House
Maidenhead Road
Berks, SL6 9DS

Tel: 01628 481401

Our Rooms

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