What is a private day nursery?

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A Private Day Nursery is a purpose built childcare provision that is designed for small children during the day. The age of children in a Private Day Nursery may differ; from children as young as six weeks to pre school 5 year olds. Most Day Nurseries also offer care for school aged children, After School Club and Holiday Clubs.
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