Blackberry House Day Nursery

To provide inspiring childcare and education nurturing each child’s qualities and potential 

Blackberries Refer a Friend Scheme

Did you know, you can now refer a friend to any Blackberries Nursery, and receive a discount off your next invoice

Covid 19 Updates

Following the Government Guidance for the second Lockdown announcement, we are pleased to still welcome all families to Blackberries offering safe, enjoyable session bubbles for your child.

Why choose Blackberries

Blackberry House Day Nursery is the leading Nursery provider for children aged from 0-5 years in Wisbech, March and Peterborough. We believe that children learn first from their parents and that it is important to carry this through into our Nurseries that are staffed by our exceptional qualified team.

Our Ethos

Our ethos at Blackberries is “To Provide Inspiring Childcare Education Nurturing each Child’s Qualities and Potential”


Our Environments

At Blackberry House Day Nursery, we create a warm, nurturing, caring and educational environment that stimulates your child and we believe that every child has the right to a healthy and happy childhood. We ensure that your child feels individually valued and supported to achieve their fullest potential.



Our Baby Room is a calm, warm, and stimulating environment for our babies, where they feel loved and cared for, as they begin their ‘Blackberries Journey’.

Exploration and learning at this age is all about using the senses, so our activities are very hands on so our youngest children and can feel, hear, touch, smell and taste to support their learning.



With our bright, open spaces, our Toddlers discover the world around them, within our indoor and outdoor environments, as well as making new friends.

Toddlers they learn best through experience and play, sitting still is not an option, practitioners take a hands-on approach to supporting our toddlers to learn, by using the real-life environment to engage their interest and make the learning valuable.




Helping our Children prepare for school is an important part of what happens in Pre-school.

School readiness is a big part of the pre-school everyday routine, exploring maths and literacy throughout activities to recognise numbers and letters, but also life, independence skills, putting their own coats and shoes on, and social communication skills also.


Forest Schools

Our aim here at Blackberries is to develop and enrich children’s learning outside the classroom. Blackberries are committed to the importance of enabling children to experience the world beyond the classroom as an integral and essential part of their Early Years Development.

At Blackberry House Day Nursery we are proud of our onsite woodland areas, enabling us to intertwine our unique Forest School Learning into Children’s Play, Learning and Development.

Forest School learning is well embedded at Blackberries with children of all ages exploring our Forest School sessions.

Meet the Team:


Nursery Manager – Wisbech

My name is Emma, and I am the Nursery Manager at Wisbech. I am an experienced and fully qualified childcare practitioner, working towards my BA Honours degree in Early Years.


Funding Co-ordinator

My name is Fallon, and I am the Funding Co-ordinator/Admin Team here at Blackberries. I am also a qualified Level 3 Practitioner.


Nursery Manager – Peterborough

My name is Hannah, and I am the Peterborough Deputy Nursery Manager. I have a Level 3 Qualification in Childcare and over seven years’ experience working with children up to the ages of 18 in various environments.


Strategy & Operations Leader


Nursery Group Founder


Area SEN Co-ordinator

Hi, my name is Alex, I am the Area SENDCO for Blackberries. I travel across all three settings to support in identifying and recognising children with potential special educational needs and disabilities and ensuring that they get the support they require. I am a fully qualified teacher with QTS and have experience being a teacher and leading my own class, as well as working closely with older individuals with SEND.


Nursery Manager – March

My name is Alisha and I hold a BA Honours Degree, level 6, in Early Years Childhood Studies and have experience working at Blackberries previously and have also participated in teaching and training new practitioners as they enter the workplace. I am passionate about promoting the importance and relevance of early years education and enjoy staying informed and up to date on developments of early years pedagogy, research and benefits towards the best way to approach childcare and encourage children’s development.


Senior Adinistrative Co-ordinator

My name is Charlotte for the last 5 years I have been an Office Manager in the Construction Industry and I have extensive experience in an administrative environment. My role includes supporting the Finance and Administration Team dealing with childcare account queries, auditing files ensuring the overall processes are being followed. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask 😊

July Newsletter 2022

It has been a busy month throughout July with the children exploring a variation of learning opportunities based on their individual interests. The children have been enjoying the glorious sunshine and exploring the outdoor environments through a range of activities which has led to some amazing outdoor learning opportunities.

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June Newsletter 2022

It’s been a busy month here at Blackberries throughout June with all of our settings welcoming our parents and visitors to join us for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Celebrations. The children enjoyed learning about the Royal Family, where the Queen resides and making some wonderful decorations for the nurseries.

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May Newsletter 2022

We have had a fantastic month here at Blackberries with the children accessing a range of educational child-led activities initiated through their individual interests.

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April Newsletter 2022

A fantastic month here at Blackberries with the children taking part in a range of educational learning opportunities both inside and outside the setting.

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March Newsletter 2022

March has been a busy month for all the children here at Blackberries, they have loved spending time in the garden enjoying the spring sunshine. The children have been having lots of educational fun learning about the season of Spring and looking at the changes within the gardens.

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February Newsletter 2022

The Toddlers have also enjoyed the forest school collecting leaves and sticks to make their own pictures using the natural resources. Following on from this, our Toddler units have also been using different materials to build towers and structures. They have used different components to stick the blocks together to see which worked best.

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Forest School Newsletter June 2021

It has been a great month here at Blackberries, the little explorers have been very busy learning all about their natural environments and how these have been changing as the weather changes.

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Forest Schools May 2021

Another fun packed month in forest school this month at Blackberries. The children have been enjoying the large range of weather we have been experiencing, learning so much about the affect this has on our environments.

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Forest School Newsletter April 2021

Another busy month for all Blackberries mini explorers, where the children have been focusing on the wildlife that grows in our nature areas.

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Forest School Website Update March 2021

Wow what a busy month all the children have had taking part in Forest School activities. The children have been exploring how the environment changes as Spring has started, as a group the children...

Forest School Newsletter December 2020

Throughout December, the children have enjoyed using our wonderful Forest School areas despite the colder weather. The Children have been exploring the affects seasons have on mother nature and how we can look after the nature around us.

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Forest Schools Update October 2020

Throughout October, the children have been exploring fires and the magic that comes with them. Being prepared is key; – fires are risky, but if well planned for they can become a part of normal routine.

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