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

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N Kentish Town
30 Leighton Road

020 302 61 090


Why N Kentish Town?

We’re committed to offering you a nursery experience like no other; and with N Kentish Town, we’ve gone all out. A sensitive restoration of a former post office, our space is filled with character while equally purpose-built to support every element of our early years curriculum. Our large playrooms are filled with natural light. There’s a specialist art and cooking room, while outside, the garden comes complete with a water play area, mud kitchen and sandpit.

Open Longer

We’re open 7am – 7pm, with no punitive late fees.

The great outdoors

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

Beautiful spaces

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

Always learning

We support our educators to pursue early years degrees and further studies.

Friendliest nursery in town

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

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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 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 Kentish Town Management Team


Support Manager

Anna started her early years career as an apprentice. During her 13 years in the sector, she has worked her way up to nursery manager and has managed several settings. She now holds a Level 5 qualification and joins the N team as nursery manager. She is particularly passionate about creating a welcoming and inspiring environment in which the children and family at the nursery can thrive.


Deputy Nursery Manager

Personal experiences and observations that Shani gained while being a mum of 4 kids and having a granddaughter inspired her to choose childcare as a career. She decided to put all her knowledge to good use. She enjoys watching the journey each child experiences during their early years and feels privileged to play an active part in that journey!