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Open 51 weeks per year
7am – 7pm, Mon – Fri
Standard day: 8am – 6pm
Excluding bank holidays & inset days

Fee Sheet

N Godalming
Hambledon House
Catteshall Lane
Godalming GU7 1JJ

020 302 61 171

Why N Godalming?

We’re committed to offering you a nursery experience like no other; and with Godalming, we’ve gone all out. Just a stone’s throw away from Godalming train station, our large playrooms are filled with natural light. There’s a specialist art and cooking room, while outside, the garden comes complete with a messy play area, mud kitchen and sandpit.

Open longer

Our standard day is 8am – 6pm, with an option to extend this by an hour to ensure flexibility for our families.

The great outdoors

Our garden comes complete with a sandpit, mud kitchen and messy play area.

Beautiful spaces

A sensitive restoration filled with character while equally purpose-built to support every element of our early years curriculum.

Dedicated art studio & children’s kitchen

A space for children to explore their creativity, combining a specialist atelier with a state-of-the-art mini kitchen.

Parent breakfast bar

Beat the cafe queues and pick up a coffee as you drop-off.

Get in touch

Rethinking Early Years Education

Here at N, we’re on a mission to Rethink Early Years, offering a fresh educational outlook to prepare children for life in the modern world. Working with leading early years experts, we’ve blended our own unique curriculum, taking influence from a variety of learning philosophies including Reggio Emilia, Bruner, Forest School and Montessori. We were recently named the UK’s highest quality nursery group and we believe that our bespoke approach, combined with the learning outlined by the EYFS, supports all of our children to play and explore, be active learners and critical thinkers.

Our bespoke curriculum is split into four key pillars of learning:

Holistic health

Self expression

Global responsibility

Inventive ideas

Learn about our curriculum

The N Day

Drop off

We recognise that mornings can be a challenge, and we’re committed to doing everything we can to ensure a positive and warm start to the day.

Child-led play

Children are able to freely play with our many resources including our art studio, dress-up stations and the
N library.


All N meals are prepared from scratch by our in-house chefs. We have family mealtimes where the children eat as a group with their key educators.

Educator-led learning

Every day our educators will lead a small group or individual sessions covering a wide range of topics, including yoga and cooking.

Outdoor learning

Our gardens provide the perfect backdrop for physical activities such as climbing, ball games and obstacle courses, as well as Forest School-inspired learning, planting and water play.

Sleep and rest

Our nursery rooms are designed to convert into cosy sleeping spaces, while children who no longer require a sleep can still relax in our designed ‘hygge’ corners.

Pick up

At home time, parents are encouraged to come in and chat with the educators and hear all about their child’s day and accomplishments.


We’ve worked with the former Head of Nutrition at Jamie Oliver, Laura Matthews, to make sure that we deliver a balanced menu that supports every child’s developmental needs. Our chefs prepare fresh meals in our cafe kitchen, everyday.

This week's menu

The N Godalming Management Team


Deputy Nursery Manager

Having lived in London until recently, Chloe has worked in the Early Years sector for 14 years. Over the course of her career, she has undertaken numerous roles and pursued various qualifications, including a Level 3 Diploma in Early Years, Management, Forest School, and SEND. Her mother's work in the Family Support and Safeguarding Team at a school for over three decades inspired her to work with children.
During her free time, Chloe enjoys swimming, reading, exploring, and spending time with her friends and family.


Deputy Nursery Manager

Holly began her childcare journey in 2016 as an unqualified member of relief staff. In April 2019, she completed her level 3 training and advanced to the position of Deputy Manager in September 2022.
Her passion lies in assisting children and staff in achieving their full potential. Holly has prior experience as a SENCO.
Attending concerts and going on long drives with friends bring her joy as she eagerly anticipates the next chapter of her career and meeting new, wonderful families.


Nursery Manager

Joshua is an experienced nursery manager with over 13 years in the childcare industry. With a Level 3 in Childcare, he has worked across all age groups and provided support to various early years sites. When he's not at work, Joshua enjoys spending time with his two lovely children, aged 1 and 9.


Support Manager

Keely's journey in childcare began 28 years ago when she worked as a Level 3 nursery nurse in school settings in North Wales, providing support to all year groups. In 2001, Keely moved South and found her passion in day nursery settings and completed her Early Years degree in childcare and education. She enjoys meeting with friends, going to the theatre, travelling, and indulging in a spa day during her free time. Keely is looking forward to meeting new people and making new connections.


Assistant Deputy Manager

Inspired by her mother's teaching career and experience in the Family Support Team, Laura has worked in the Early Years Sector and Family Support for 16 years. With qualifications in Childcare Studies and Digital Education, she loves learning and enjoys activities such as reading, swimming, traveling, and engaging in charity events.


Front of House Manager

Vicky is a mum to 3 children, a girl and twin boys! She has been working in Early Years for 20 years now, and is also qualified as a breastfeeding peer supporter. She worked in a supporting role for the charity HomeStart. Her spare time is filled with family fun, from dancing to football and everything in between! She enjoys being creative and loves crafting whenever there’s an opportunity.