Magic Tree Day Nursery & Pre-School, Yate

Located opposite Yate Academy and adjacent to St Paul’s Catholic Primary School, Partou Magic Tree provides high-quality childcare and early-years education to families in Yate, Sodbury, and the surrounding areas of Bristol.

A key feature of our nursery is its supportive environment. We celebrate the individuality of our children by encouraging them to express their personalities through fun-filled learning activities.

Facilities

Plenty to explore indoors from large spacious playrooms to magical sensory rooms

A range of extra-curricular activities for all ages, including daily yoga sessions

Healthy and delicious meals from our seasonal menu, freshly prepared at the nursery

Fantastic outdoor spaces including our very own allotment and a sheltered garden, ideal for play in all weather conditions

Highly qualified, experienced staff who are experts in early years care and education

Funded childcare places available

The Partou experience

At Partou, the children lead the way. They explore their surroundings and learn about the world they live in, by choosing for themselves which activity they want to join in with next.

Our team are there to care for them and keep them safe. To nurture their emerging abilities and encourage them to seize each fun-packed day. But not to tell them what to do next.

Why? Because when children are allowed to choose their own activities, rather than being told what to do, they naturally choose the activities they’re most interested in. And scientific research has shown that being interested in what they’re doing is the easiest and best way for children to learn.

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Food & nutrition

Creating healthy eating habits for young children stretches far beyond their time with us. It encourages a lifelong positive relationship with food whilst building healthy bodies and healthy minds. Here’s how we encourage healthy eating habits:

  • Rotating menus: Evidence shows regular exposure to foods helps children to develop their taste for them, yet we still want to offer variety. So, we rotate our menus on a three-to-four-week basis, offering the perfect balance between exposing children to new foods yet allowing them to become familiar with flavours.
  • A lunchtime focus: We prioritise lunch as a time where children can enjoy their food. There is a social aspect to all lunches and, where possible, children are encouraged to take an active interest in the food they eat.
  • Fresh food everyday: We serve children fresh food every day and accommodate many different dietary requirements. We have procedures in place to protect children with food allergies and offer different meal options too. If your child has a dietary requirement, simply let us know as part of our registration process and we’ll make sure we meet the needs of your child.

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Nursery fees

Age Full Time
Weekly Rate
Daily
7:30am – 6:00pm
Morning
7:30am – 1:00pm
Afternoon
1:00pm – 6:00pm
0 to 3 £270.50 £59.75 £36.50 £34.50
3+ £255.00 £56.50 £34.50 £32.00

 

Registration Fee: £75 (Non Refundable)
10% discount off eldest child’s fees for siblings

  • Universal 15 hours free childcare entitlement is available to all 3 and 4 year olds, extending to 30 hours for eligible working families*.
  • 15 hour free childcare entitlement is also available to 2-year-olds subject to availability.

For the latest childcare funding information, please visit our dedicated resource page.

* Please note that free childcare entitlement from the government is only applied to the ‘care’ element of your invoice and does not cover meals which are charged at £7.00 per morning session and £5.50 per afternoon session.

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Magic Tree
Day Nursery
& Pre-school

01454 329582

Open Mon - Fri, 7.30am to 6.00pm

Magic Tree Day Nursery, St Paul's School, Sundridge Park, Yate, Bristol BS37 4DX

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What families say?

Overall rating

5 stars

83%

4 stars

10%

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2 stars

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Tracey R

4 stars

25 May 2024

I am a Foster carer and took on a placement who had barely attended nursery. There were speech and neurological delays and a major lack of social skills. I chose Magic Tree because I liked the atmosphere and I witnessed the nurturing skills and empathy the staff shared with all of the children during...

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William D

5 stars

04 February 2021

I always enjoy picking my grandson up from nursery as he’s always so happy after his session. His key worker always gives me a full rundown on his day. In the car on the way home, he never stops chatting about what he and his friends did during the day and his favourite story too.

Charlotte E

5 stars

06 June 2024

My child started at the nursery at 9 months old and as a first-time mum I was anxious to leave my son but didn't need to worry as my son absolutely loves going to nursery, he loves all the staff and his milestones were encouraged. His confidence to interact with his peers and staff has made him a hap...

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Natalie S

5 stars

27 February 2024

Magic Tree has been so good with my son throughout the baby room - preschool. All the staff are so lovely and friendly. I will be enrolling my other son when I go back to work. A special mention to one lady in the "preschool room", my son adores her, and she always does such a great job!

A E

5 stars

22 February 2024

My son loves his time at Magic Tree! The staff are always friendly, provide excellent handovers about my son’s day and I can tell that they genuinely care for and about him. The activities they provide have aided his learning and opened up his imagination.

N B

5 stars

06 February 2024

My son has been attending Magic Tree from the age of 18 months all the way through to preschool age where he is now. He has progressed well in his learning and development. He always has a good time and likes to tell us all about his friends at the end of the day when we collect him. Magic Tree suppo...

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Zoe M

5 stars

28 April 2023

My daughter absolutely loves coming to Magic Tree Day Nursery Yate, the staff are amazing and my daughter's key worker is incredible. The staff always communicate so well with updates, and when I pick my daughter up they always give me a really detailed rundown of her day. I have complete trust in al...

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L W

5 stars

28 April 2023

I always feel listened to and that the staff are willing to do whatever they can to support the children. Nothing is too much trouble and they really take the time to get to know each child as an individual.

R D

2 stars

27 April 2023

Having had the experience of a different nursery with my eldest child I am really disappointed with Magic Tree. My daughter has attended for nearly 2 years and has hardly any info/photos on the online learning book. I have never had any ‘review of development’. The staff are more interested in cl...

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Carly B

4 stars

27 April 2023

I always feel my daughter is safe, and for me that is the priority at that age. Her dairy allergy is very well managed and the catering and meal options are nutritious and well-balanced. We are always welcomed with a smile and welcomed in. We have a good handover and drop-off. There are always...

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Jessica G

5 stars

27 April 2023

I recommend Magic Tree. The staff are friendly and my son looks forward to going to Preschool each week. He tries a variety of food there and there are lots of different activities and toys to keep them entertained. I’m happy I chose this nursery as my son seems to love it!

Catherine W

3 stars

27 April 2023

We registered our son at Magic Tree following their 'outstanding' rating with Ofsted (which has sadly been rescinded). I've been told staff and management had changed around significantly prior to us starting and has continued to. However, all the staff we've encountered are very pleasant and clearly...

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Dorothy F

3 stars

23 June 2022

Would think twice again before signing my son to this Nursery. My son started to attend there from June and they’ve managed to close his room and cancel his session 5 times and I already know he is losing another afternoon next week. The first two sessions were his settling days, then when speaki...

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Katie F

5 stars

20 December 2020

My son attends Magic Tree nursery twice per week. He is always happy and has progressed developmentally since joining particularly with his speech and language. The staff are kind and care for the children to an outstanding level. As a full time working parent it is reassuring to be able to send my c...

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Marta

5 stars

15 December 2020

Absolutely fab nursery! I feel my baby is really safe there and so happy while attending! Plenty of activities and fun! Excellent staff looking after children really properly, great communication, my little one really enjoyed it.

Why Partou?

For us at Partou, childcare isn’t just a job, it’s a journey – one where every child leads us in a unique new direction.

As part of the Netherlands’ largest childcare group, we’ve access to world-leading expertise in learning and development, so you can be confident your child will benefit from an experience as unique as they are.

Of course, care is as much about empathy as education, and ours is a child-led approach that emphasises building confidence and curiosity – so that every child in our care has the freedom to flourish.

Reassurance for you and your little one

Care

We’re more than just a team; we’re a close community driven by our passion for childcare, and our commitment to each individual child’s development. We know that by working together, we’re stronger.

Compassion

In our community, compassion isn’t just a word; it’s our way of life. By embracing our differences, we make our community more diverse and vibrant. We build strong, supportive relationships with the children and each other, based on trust and understanding.

Continuous learning

We believe strongly in development, for the children in our care and for ourselves. Through continuous learning, we help our team and our children reach their full potential. Together, we make a positive impact, in our communities and across wider society.

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