Leading Anglo-Spanish-Mandarin Nurseries in Fulham

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Peques Fulham Broadway


Located in the heart of Fulham in London and only 5 minutes away from Fulham Broadway Station (district line) boasting the rare luxury of a large beautiful garden. Hosting a capacity of up to 70 children. Featuring a full time housekeeper & in-house chef with a 5-star kitchen rating.

Peques Parsons Green


Located in between Fulham Broadway & Parsons Green Station (district line) in London with an outdoor patio and a beautiful allotment. Hosting a capacity of up to 46 children. Featuring a full time housekeeper & in-house chef with a 5-star kitchen rating.

 The joy of life comes with the acceptance and pride of our roots


Enrich your children’s life experiences by exposing them to other languages. We offer English, Spanish and Mandarin, the three most spoken languages in the world. Feed their cognitive development and widen their opportunities for their future.


Nature begins at home.
We have a neutral decor in both our settings with a homely feel, and our resources are made from recycled products and natural materials. This facilitates the children to use their imagination, enhance their creativity and most of all be curious. The outdoors is a huge focus, and the children’s learning is consistent throughout the day indoors and outdoors.


Food for Life.
Diet is central to health; therefore, we take nutrition very seriously. We provide healthy balanced meals for the children throughout the day and promote and demonstrate a positive approach with regards to food and healthy eating patterns. We boast a 5-star kitchen and an in-house chef.

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English, Spanish & Mandarin

Fun with IT

A responsible use of technology

In-House Pets

To enhance emotional wellbeing & responsability

Yoga & Mindfulness

To promote self-engagement & self-regulation

Sports Club

To promote physical activity

Musiko Musika

To promote speech & language


In-house chef

Natural Resources

To learn organically


To embrace cultures, diversity & inclusion

Healthy Early Years London (HEYL) is an awards scheme funded by the Mayor of London which supports and recognises achievements in child health, wellbeing and development in early years settings.

Building on the success of Healthy Schools London, HEYL will help to reduce health inequalities by supporting a healthy start to life across themes that include healthy eating, oral and physical health and early cognitive development.

HEYL complements and enhances the statutory Early Years Foundation Stage framework.

The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) guidelines, which childcare settings in England are required to follow, currently state that just one person with a current paediatric first aid certificate must be on the premises and available at all times when children are present or on outings.(DfE 2017, pge 22).

Millie’s Mark is awarded as a special endorsement to childcare providers that go above and beyond these minimum requirements by having 100% of staff trained in paediatric first aid, and also ensuring that everything learned during the course is kept alive and in the forefront of practitioners’ minds so that they are confident, ready and capable.

By gaining the Millie’s Mark accreditation, we provide reassurance for our parents that all childcare practitioners know what to do and are confident, in any paediatric first aid situation.

Millie’s Mark acknowledges that children’s safety is at the forefront of the nursery’s mind when caring for children. For more information, please follow this link

Millie’s Legacy

Millie’s Mark is named after Millie Thompson, who died after choking on food at nursery in 2012 when she was just nine months old. Read more about Millie’s legacy by clicking on this link

London Healthy Workplace Charter is a quality assurance and accreditation award given by the Mayor of London to make the workplace healthier, happier and more productive and to contribute a more enriched work experience.