Welcome to our nursery - Smiley Stars - Ibrox
Recognised for the Best Practice from the UK Parliament 2019
In Partnership with Glasgow City Council
Smiley Stars is small and family owned nursery near Glasgow City centre which enables us to provide a beautiful homely environment for children to grow and learn in small groups.
Our Nursery in Ibrox provides childcare for children aged from 6 weeks to 5 years old. Our aim is to provide a caring, happy and safe 'home from home' environment where children will thrive.
We are working hard to assure our parents that we are providing the best care to their child, we have introduced Famly & Learning Journals to our practice so parents can follow their child's activities and learning progress, we have installed CCTV to safeguard our children & staff. (Please email us or phone for further information)
Please find more information about our nursery in our
Welcome Booklet - Ibrox
Our location in Ibrox, Glasgow provides excellent access for working parents looking for a nursery on their commute. We’re just around the corner from Ibrox Underground Station. We are close to Paisley Road West, the Clyde Tunnel, The New Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, the M8 and the M77. The Clyde Arc (Squinty!) bridge is a few minutes away, making us even more accessible to the city centre.
We have had nursery clients from many outlying areas, such as Bearsden, East Kilbride, Cardonald and the South Side of Glasgow.
Open for 51 weeks a year.
Open daily from 7 am till 6:30 pm
Please click here to read what our parents think of us.
Our Parents also took the time to review us on www.DayNurseries.co.uk
Thank you for taking the time to look at our website and I hope the information contained within is of interest to you and is helpful. If you require further information or you think I can be of help in any way, please do not hesitate to contact us we look forward to providing you our best attention at all times.
Please click here to view our latest SCSWIS inspection report (last inspection was carried out in 2018)