Cybertots at GWQ - Brentford Day Nursery

Cybertots at GWQ - Brentford Day Nursery


Our Living Eggs have finally arrived!
Our Preschool Children are super excited and can’t wait for the eggs to hatch!
We have been told that the eggs will start hatching from Thursday onwards and our children will be able to start touching them from Monday 28th March 2022. We will of course keep you updated and share lots of pictures using the ParentZone app!
Happy St Patrick’s Day ☘️
Our eggs will be arriving on Monday 21st March 2022 and the chicks will be collected on Friday 1st April 2022.
We will for sure share lots of pictures on our ParentZone app, for you to look at 🙂🐣🐥
Remembrance Day, on November 11th, marks the anniversary of when World War One ended. It ended on November 11th 1918 at 11 am, which is why many people hold a two-minute silence at 11 am on this day.

Baby Room -
Our babies created their own poppies using tissue paper and glue. They also used paint to create different marks to represent poppies.

Preschool Room -
Pre school children celebrated Remembrance Day today. They decorated some poppies out of some egg boxes using red paint and black for the middle.
They watched a short video about the meaning of the day, where a rabbit was happily playing when suddenly the sky turned into a very dark colour, the rabbit was very scared of the loud bang he could hear and the birds couldn't fly in the sky anymore.
Children realised that the rabbit was very sad as he was hiding under an helmet with a snail.
Then a light came up in the sky and lots of poppies appeared in the field making everything colourful and bright again!
Children understood that the poppies were the soldiers that we lost in the war and we remember them on this day. After the video, the children sat down on the carpet quietly and made an heart with the poppies they decorated.
Pre school children have been talking about Black History Month during October and they learnt about how some people changed the world in a very successful and positive way.

Children started to look at Garret Morgan's invention that they like to use to guide and regulate the bike 'traffic' in the garden and it's very useful especially for the cars in busy street. We are talking about the traffic light, of course!

Children enjoyed to cut their own red, green and yellow circles and then, looking at a real picture of a traffic light, they recreate their own interpretation of it by sticking the circles in the different positions.

Then, they learnt about the story of Rosa Parks and how important was for her to stand up against injustice. We talked with children about differences and similarities we can have in common with other friends and we put the focus on respect and equality.

So, having available different resources to make their own self portrait, children were really engaged in looking at the mirrors and try to make their own faces looking at their skin tone, eye colours and hair style. They also looked at each others to underline how unique we all are!

Afterwards, they placed their self portrait on a 'bus' choosing their seats but respecting the choices of the others as well.

Finally, children heard the story of Granville Woods, the inventor of the telegraphone, a very old ancestor of the phone, very important to transmit messages.

Children used paper cups and strings to make their own telegraph and they tested it straight away!

Happy Halloween 🎃
Our Gratitude Pumpkin!
At Cybertots GWQ we have taken the time to reflect on what we are grateful for in our lives and have written them on our pumpkin to share with each other!
Our lives are extremely busy and sometimes in the chaos we can forget about the things that mean the most to us and this was a fabulous exercise for not only remembering and reflecting on those things but also for valuing them together.
Preschool children carried out a very interesting experiment about sinking or floating!

Practitioner placed a bowl with water in the middle and she had different objects ready such as a coin, a stick, cotton wool, pencil, crayon and rubber band. Children had a checklist to complete while they made predictions and checked if the object would sink or float.

Children were very engaged in the experiment, being able to tick the list accurately, while having conversations with each other about the possibility of the objects to go under the water or to stay afloat!

This was a great opportunity for all the children to work on extending their vocabulary as they reflect on new words such as sink, float and prepositions such as under, below and on top; they could practice their ability to make predictions and testing their ideas by observing the outcome of the experiment; finally they could work on their attention span in the attempt to stretch it for a bit longer!
Our Preschool Room Team have made a fun and exciting area for our children to spend time reading books.

Children enjoyed their first experience in the reading a book boat. They selected a book and had flashlights to make it more interesting.

“There is no such thing as a child who hates to read. There are only children who have not found the right book."
Practitioner set up an activity where the children needed to make their own garden and caterpillars using the materials that were set out for them. We had different leaves, herbs and paint to use.

The toddlers seem to have really enjoyed making their own garden and talking about the different herbs and resources they were using and also the different aromas they could smell from the herbs. Their art is now drying, ready for them to bring home, we hope you like all their hard work.
Preschool children set the butterflies free on Thursday!

According to the children, the butterfly had wings strong enough to fly free, to go and look for flowers and to meet other beautiful butterflies!


Welcome to the official page of Cybertots at GWQ in Brentford, a member of the Cybertots Nu Cybertots at GWQ is now open for business!

Situated on corner of Ealing Road and the A4, this is our biggest nursery yet! Our nursery accommodates 36 babies (3months - 2 year olds), 36 toddlers (2 year olds) and 36 preschoolers (3 year olds)

Operating as usual


🌟✨ Calling all families! 🌟✨

📅 Mark your calendars for Saturday 15th July 2023! It's going to be an unforgettable day of FUN from 10:30 to 13:30!

Bring your little ones and embark on an exciting adventure as you explore our enchanting nursery! 🏰👶

Prepare to be amazed as our incredibly talented Balloon Man brings your heart's desires to life with his MAGICAL creations! 🎈🎨

Get up close and personal with adorable small animals courtesy of Wild Science! It'll be a wild and educational experience for the children! 🐾🐦

Step into our vibrant rooms, where Arts and Crafts activities await, giving you a sneak peek into the daily wonders of our nursery life! 🎨🖌️

Food and refreshments will be available to purchase. 🍔🍹

Remember, admission is FREE, but space is LIMITED, so make sure to reserve your place and grab your TICKETS for entry! 🎟️

📣 And here's an EXCLUSIVE on-the-day offer: FREE registration when you join the nursery during the event! 📣

Each child can bring along a maximum of 2 adults, and siblings are more than welcome to join in on the excitement! 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦

We can't wait to see you there!


Books are an amazing way for children to use their imaginations and foster their creativity! Reading can take children on exciting journeys and open up new possibilities. With books, the possibilities for exploration and learning are endless. Embrace the adventure of reading and watch as a never-ending world of creativity, learning, and imagination unfolds.


☀️ Here's a quick and easy activity to do with your little ones on a hot day! ☀️

All you need is water and a paintbrush! 💧🖌️

Get a little bucket of water, dip your paintbrush in and start making marks! The beauty of water mark making is that children feel as if they can create anything freely and their imaginations can run wild!

Mark making with water engages multiple senses, such as touch and sight. It provides children with a unique sensory experience, promoting exploration and curiosity.


🌟✨ Calling all families! 🌟✨

📅 Mark your calendars for Saturday 15th July 2023! It's going to be an unforgettable day of FUN from 10:30 to 13:30!

Bring your little ones and embark on an exciting adventure as you explore our enchanting nursery! 🏰👶

Prepare to be amazed as our incredibly talented Balloon Man brings your heart's desires to life with his MAGICAL creations! 🎈🎨

Get up close and personal with adorable small animals courtesy of Wild Science! It'll be a wild and educational experience for the children! 🐾🐦

Step into our vibrant rooms, where Arts and Crafts activities await, giving you a sneak peek into the daily wonders of our nursery life! 🎨🖌️

Food and refreshments will be available to purchase. 🍔🍹

Remember, admission is FREE, but space is LIMITED, so make sure to reserve your place and grab your TICKETS for entry! 🎟️

📣 And here's an EXCLUSIVE on-the-day offer: FREE registration when you join the nursery during the event! 📣

Each child can bring along a maximum of 2 adults, and siblings are more than welcome to join in on the excitement! 👨‍👩‍👧‍👦

We can't wait to see you there!


Building bonds and blossoming friendships at our nursery, where little hearts connect and lifelong companionships begin. 👫😀


This summer, encourage your little ones to explore the great outdoors and let their imaginations take root in gardening! 🪴

With countless benefits, young minds and hearts can grow through observation, creativity, and connection with nature.

Here are ways to make gardening fun for children:

🌱 Involve them in the planning process: Let children help choose what plants to grow and where to plant them. This gives them a sense of ownership and responsibility and helps them feel more invested in the process.

🌱 Make it a sensory experience: Encourage children to touch, smell, and sometimes taste (if you're growing fruit or veg) the different plants in the garden. This helps them develop a greater appreciation for the natural world and its diversity.

🌱 Incorporate fun activities: Incorporate fun activities such as scavenger hunts, bug hunts, or garden-themed crafts to keep children engaged and interested.

🌱 Keep it simple: Keep the gardening process simple and age-appropriate, so children don't get overwhelmed or frustrated. Start with easy-to-grow plants and gradually add more complexity as they gain experience.


Cybertots at GWQ are holding a Family Fun Day for families with children under the age of 5. Come and join us with the fun games, facepainting, ballon magic and wild science session! Book your free tickets on Eventbrite by following the link below:

If you are considering a career in childcare, this is also a good opportunity to see the nursery and attend an informal interview! Please contact Anne at [email protected] for more information and to find out what positions are available.

We look forward to seeing you all!


Using pavement chalk with children can be a fun and creative way to engage them outdoors. Here are some activities you can do with children using pavement chalk:

🌈 Drawing and Colouring: Encourage children to express their creativity by drawing and colouring on the pavement or driveway. They can create their own pictures, and scenes, or even make colourful patterns and designs.

🤸 Hopscotch: Draw a classic hopscotch grid on the ground and teach children how to play the game. It's a great way to develop their balance, coordination, and counting skills.

✏️ Trace Shadows: On a sunny day, have children stand in different positions, and then trace their shadows with chalk. They can experiment with different poses and see how their shadow changes throughout the day.


🌈🌟 Play holds significant importance for children as it serves as a vital means for their learning and development. 🌟🌈

By engaging in play, children can embark on journeys of exploration, delve into imaginative realms, and hone their social and emotional abilities. It presents an invaluable opportunity for them to acquire knowledge, flourish, and thrive in various aspects of life.


We are so grateful for the beautiful feedback we receive from our parents. 🥰


There is an old saying: “It takes a village to raise a child”. We believe that our award-winning nurseries are this village and work tirelessly to create a warm and nurturing environment. An environment in which each child is respected, valued and listened to. We think of ourselves as a Cybertots family and foster supportive relationships between our staff, children and their families. Together, we make a difference and create a more meaningful, fulfilling present and a better future.


Happy Father's Day! 💙


We believe that all the children in our setting are so lucky to have such amazing parents/carers! 🥰

Help raise £1000 to support Cheryl Doyle 13/06/2023

Help raise £1000 to support Cheryl Doyle

Many of you will know Cheryl - our wonderful dance teacher who lights up the room when she enters it! Cheryl loves children and children adore her!
Cheryl has been diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer and is about to undergo a major surgery. We are on a mission to spread the word and raise money to support her during this challenging time. Please join us by following the link below:

Help raise £1000 to support Cheryl Doyle Weʼre raising money to support Cheryl Doyle. Support this JustGiving Crowdfunding Page.


Playing is more than just a fun activity for children - it’s an essential way to help them learn and grow. Through play, children can discover their world, jump into a world of imagination, and sharpen their social and emotional skills. It's an opportunity to learn and thrive in life.


Mud play can provide numerous benefits for children's development and well-being. Here are some of the key benefits of mud play for children:

👉 Sensory Development: Mud play engages children's senses as they touch, feel, and manipulate the mud. It provides a unique sensory experience that helps develop their tactile senses, which are essential for their overall sensory processing and integration skills.

👉 Creativity and Imagination: Mud play encourages children to use their creativity and imagination to explore and create with mud. They can make mud pies, build structures, or create mud sculptures, which promotes their imaginative play skills and fosters their creativity.

👉 Physical Development: Mud play involves physical activity, such as digging, scooping, pouring, and manipulating mud, which helps develop children's fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and strength. It also provides opportunities for gross motor skills development as they move and play in the mud, enhancing their physical development.


Children are born full of potential and ready to explore! They have an abundance of natural enthusiasm, which is why it is important to create and provide engaging and enjoyable experiences. Through these activities, children will be able to grow and flourish, learning invaluable skills that will benefit them throughout their lives. 🤩


We believe the learning potential in our setting is endless, which is why we want to help all your little people to be the very best they can be. With our guidance and dedication, we can provide the resources and support that will unlock their full potential. 🔓📈


Positive words can have an immense impact on a child's life, far beyond what one can imagine. ❤️


Early childhood is all about fun and we do everything in our power to ensure that your child goes home with a smile on their face.


Our mission is to provide children with a plethora of unique opportunities for play, fun, and enjoyment - helping them engage in activities they love, whilst also fostering positive associations with early education and learning. 😊


Our teaching approach is designed to foster holistic child development, with a focus on accelerated progress. We collaborate closely with children to understand their preferences, ensuring that their learning journey is enjoyable and engaging! 🤓😀


Have you heard of the amazing activity that is Rice Play? 😃

You can fill up a messy play tray or a washing-up bowl with uncooked rice, then add spoons, bowls, cups, balls and other toys to the mix. It's a great way to let your kids have some fun indoors with no mess! Rice is so much easier to clean up than sand so it's a win-win all around.

Have you ever given Rice Play a try? Let us know in the comments!


Who loves pizza? 🍕

Here's a fun and delicious pizza recipe that parents can cook with their children! Here's a simple recipe:

450g of pizza dough (store-bought or homemade)
1/2 cup of pizza sauce
2 cups of shredded mozzarella cheese
Toppings of your choice (e.g. sliced mushrooms, chopped onions, sliced bell peppers, pepperoni, cooked sausage, etc.)

Preheat the oven to 425°F (220°C).

On a lightly floured surface, roll out the pizza dough into a circle (or rectangle) shape, about 1/4 inch thick.

Transfer the pizza dough to a lightly greased baking sheet or pizza stone.

Spread the pizza sauce over the pizza dough, leaving a small border around the edge.

Sprinkle the shredded mozzarella cheese over the pizza sauce.
Add your desired toppings.

Bake the pizza in the preheated oven for 15-20 minutes, or until the crust is golden brown and the cheese is melted and bubbly.

Remove the pizza from the oven and let it cool for a few minutes before slicing and serving.

Cooking pizza with children is a great way to spend time together, and they will love being able to choose the toppings and help assemble the pizza. Enjoy! ❤️


The Cybertots At Great West Quarter family have a true passion for children's physical, social, intellectual and emotional development. They understand that guiding and caring for kids is an opportunity to build a brighter tomorrow and help create a generation of confident, successful and kind individuals. With this knowledge, we are determined to nurture and empower every child under their care. ❤️


Does your little one love creating potions? 🤗

Make it a fun and educational activity at home by gathering a few bowls of ingredients like water, food colouring, baking soda, and essential oils. With just a few utensils, let your little scientist explore their creativity and concoct their own unique potions - what exciting combinations will they come up with!? 🤯

Not only is it a great way for them to engage their imagination, but this sensory play activity also promotes fine motor skill development and helps introduce basic scientific principles. 🤓


Our setting is rich in resources.


Staff are our greatest asset, which is why the team at Cybertots At Great West Quarter are continuously investing in their knowledge and development. With their commitment and sheer dedication to their job, they have and will continue to empower our business to greater heights.


In our setting, children feel safe and positive. Our environment is like a warm and welcoming home away from home, a place where children can feel an unfettered sense of freedom. 🤗 We are so proud to create a space where children can feel comfortable and create inspirational memories. 💭

Visit our website below to get in touch with us! We look forward to hearing from you. 😀


Parenthood is a two-way street where both parents and children learn from each other. ❤️


The children have been learning about different minibeasts! 🔍🐞🐛


Discover the perfect place for your little one to thrive in our welcoming setting! ❤️

We provide the perfect opportunities for children to:
👉 Make friends and feel a sense of belonging
👉 Discover a love for learning
👉 Participate in a range of fun activities

Learn more about our offerings via our website.


A child's growth benefits from sensory play since it enables them to explore and learn about their surroundings through their senses. The following are some of the main advantages of sensory play:

👉 Develops cognitive skills: Sensory play helps children to develop cognitive skills such as problem-solving, decision-making, and critical thinking. They learn to make connections between different sensory experiences and develop their ability to reason and make sense of the world.

👉 Enhances motor skills: Sensory play encourages children to engage in physical activities such as pouring, scooping, and manipulating objects. These activities help to develop fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and overall physical dexterity.

👉Promotes language development: Sensory play provides children with opportunities to use and learn new words, as they describe the textures, smells, and colours of the materials they are exploring.


Who can relate? 😆


Children have an eagerness to learn from the moment they are born! 💡⭐️


We are so grateful for every review we receive. 🥰


Cloud spotting is a great activity for your children as they can use their imaginations! ❤️

To go cloud spotting, all you need to do is find a comfortable spot to watch the clouds.

Benefits of cloud spotting:

☁️ encourages creativity
☁️ provides a slow, calming activity of rest
☁️ connects your children with the natural world
☁️ Promotes good eyesight as it provides long-distance practice

Always remind children not to look at the sun if it is sunny outside.

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