Daisychain Clifton Nursery - Light and Spacious, home to Forest School

Children learning at Daisychain Nurseries Bristol

In the heart of Clifton

Daisychain Clifton Nursery for pre-school children, from birth to 5 years old, is set in a 4-floor beautifully renovated victorian building in the heart of clifton village. We are so very proud of our ample outdoor play space as this has enabled us to develop a stimulating and enriched learning experience. This, of course, includes our Forest School - headed up by our brilliant and highly skilled manager Tim Roynon.

Visit us at 1 Clifton Park, Bristol, BS8 3BS

Excellent staff

If you were to ask us what makes Daisychain Clifton a superb choice of childcare and preschool education for your child, we would say 'our staff'. Our staff really do go that extra mile, they are the epitome of conscientious and brilliantly creative childcarers that you would want to look after your child. Committed to not only on-going professional development, they are a vibrant team and their enthusaism and innovative approaches are evident throughout their delivery day after day of the Early Years curriculum.

Parents Welcome!

Our parents are always welcome, we even have an area that you can share with staff - either to talk through your child's progress, or to log on to the WiFi and check your mail before leaving for your work day. Festivals throughout the year are always well attended by parents, and many see Daisychain Nursery and the team here at Clifton as an integral part of their family support network. And we are honoured by that.


Daisychain Clifton children, from birth to the age of 5, are grouped together by age and developmental stage throughout their time at at our Nursery. Transitions between groups and upwards through the Nursery years are handled sensitively. We strengthen our 25 strong staff team with specialists both from outside and across the education provision of Torwood School and Nursery, and this includes a Qualified Early Years Teacher to support the older children prior to joining primary education.

You can read our Ofsted report here.