Bilingual Day Nursery
Spanish native speaking staff who apply both English and Spanish to our daily activities with all children.
Founded in 1982 by two sisters and continues in the family with the same love and values by one of the founders very own Daughter, Ana.
Full Day Care
Open all year around from 8.00 – 18.00 Monday to Friday.
Indoor and private outdoor space, flat easy access for all (no stairs),
secured with an intercom/video system, alarm system, 24hour video surveillance, furniture adaptable to the height of the children, toilets with special measurements for the size of the children (cubicles and sinks), 5* food and hygiene rated Kitchen.
Tia Ana’s Nursery is open Monday to Friday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
except for bank holidays, (this will also include Good Friday and Easter Monday).
Throughout the year there will also be Staff Training/Administrative Days that may require closure of the nursery.
Parents will be notified of the year’s calendar at the beginning of the year. The manager reserves the right to alter opening and closure times according to the needs of the Nursery.Admissions
“So many memories at Mafalda having gone there myself 30 years ago. My son also loved going to Tia Ana’s made friends, improved on his Spanish and gained confidence. Thank you for all the memories.” ❤
“We were lucky to find a nursery where we feel it is an expanded family – “Las Tías”
Being in a mixed English/Spanish household, it has been wonderful for our children to have additional Spanish speaking influences outside of home.
We also appreciate that from a very early age, Colombian food has been known and enjoyed, again adding further exposure to Latin American influences outside of home.”
Oliver and Margisel Adams
“My daughter started Nursery at Tia Ana’s before starting school and from day one she fell in love with everyone. I noticed how quickly she started learning Spanish and English with her ‘tias’ – songs, numeracy, dance and language. This is a fantastic nursery, the staff are very caring, friendly and patient and were always able to give her the attention she needed, and I am very happy and grateful to them for preparing her so well to be a bilingual child”.
D. Carolina Sarria