We're open for business!
Poppies Maidenhead opened on 15th August 2018! The purpose-built nursery is our 6th nursery.
We care for babies and children aged 6-weeks to 5-years-old.
Open for 51-weeks of the year, Monday to Friday, 7:30am - 6pm.
Light and spacious nursery rooms with access to safe and secure ground-level and rooftop gardens.
We look forward to welcoming new families to Poppies Maidenhead!
Donna Bagley has been part of the Poppies family since January 2013 and has supported the team in developing Poppies Old Windsor and now Poppies Maidenhead. She started off her career within Poppies as Deputy Manager before being promoted to Assistant Manager in August 2017 and from August 2018, she will be leading the team at Poppies Maidenhead as Nursery Manager. Donna holds a Level 4 qualification in Early Years and hasextenstive experience educating and caring for young children, particularly babies. She has two grown up children of her own and also a young granddaughter.
Donna is supported by Samantha Roberts, Deputy Manager. Sammie has a wide range of experience working with babies and young children in different childcare settings. She has held a position in management since December 2016.
Donna is the Designated Person for Safeguarding Children at Poppies Maidenhead.
'Just wanted to let you know how much [we] have loved reading through [our son's] day journals. Particularly want to mention the quality of [your staff member's] writing and the details she puts into her observations, is like we are there in the room – that’s how good her narrative is! Please let her know how much we appreciate the time and care she puts into this. Our children grow up so fast and as working parents we inevitably miss out on their day-to-day journey so this record is invaluable. I think [her] dedication and attention to detail should be highlighted and shared with her other colleagues as an example of best practice. [Our son] loves going to nursery and has developed so much and made so many friends. Well done Poppies.' (Parent, 2018)