Welcome to Monkey Puzzle Marleigh. A beautiful nursery setting in Marleigh, Cambridge, offering outstanding childcare to Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers aged 3 months to 5 years old.

Monkey Puzzle Day Nursery Cambridge – Marleigh, is proudly located in the heart of Cambridge and is just a short drive from the A14 and Cambridge North. This makes us well located for serving families working in and around in the city of Cambridge.

We are part of an award-winning nursery group, offering high quality childcare in our specially equipped nursery for children aged three months to five years old.

Adding to this, we tailor our care to suit your child’s age. We achieve this by placing children into the following age categories: babies aged three to fourteen months, toddlers & tweenies aged fourteen months to three years, and lastly preschool aged three to five years. Due to our rooms being equipped especially for these ages, we are able to provide that home-from-home feel.

Our Ethos

Our motivation is a passion for child care, creating a warm and nurturing environment where every child can feel happy and comfortable. Our aim is to uphold the creativity and responsibility of our children and staff and promote a sense of community.

We foster a love of learning through exploration, fun and challenge in a safe place where all children are encouraged to express their individual character, build confidence as well as learn collaborative skills. The children are welcomed, valued and supported to achieve their best from their unique starting points.

We believe that good nutrition in the early years is essential to child development and through provision of a diverse and healthy menu of home cooked food, children should develop good eating habits . We also believe that meal times are an important time to learn social skills.

We strive to develop positive partnerships with parents, other professionals and agencies to best meet the needs of our children.

About Monkey Puzzle Marleigh

  • Part of an award winning nursery group with over 30 years experience
  • Owned and managed by highly experienced Early Years experts
  • Open Mon-Fri 51 weeks a year
  • Closed for Bank Holidays and during Christmas week
  • Full day sessions from 7.30 am to 6.30 pm
  • Morning sessions from 7.30 am to 1 pm
  • Afternoon sessions 1 pm to 6.30 pm
  • All main meals and snacks prepared on site
  • Branded Nappies, wipes and creams all included in the price
  • Modern security systems, including CCTV cameras
  • Amazing all weather indoor/outdoor play area with impact absorbing safety surfacing

Our fees are inclusive of freshly prepared breakfast, lunch, tea, snacks and drinks. Daily menus are carefully selected by a professional nutritionist to meet energy requirements of growing children.

If you think the Monkey Puzzle Marleigh might be the nursery for you, don’t hesitate to get in touch! You can call us on 01223344419, email at manager@monkeypuzzlemarleigh.com or complete an enquiry form and one of our nursery team will be in contact with you shortly.

We believe we are the best nursery and best preschool in Cambridge

Parents often ask “Where are there nurseries near me?” and “Are there any preschools near me?” Due to having several nurseries and preschools in Cambridge (Monkey Puzzle Grange Road, Monkey Puzzle Marleigh and Monkey Puzzle Regent Terrace), we can offer childcare to families across many areas of the city. With nurseries near to the M11, A1307, A14 as well as Cambridge Train Station, we have locations that can support anyone living in or community to or from the city of Cambridge. If you live in any of the areas below, we come in and visit and we would love to show you around our nurseries. Our nurseries cover:

  • Arbury
  • Barnwell
  • Cambridge City Airport
  • Central Cambridge
  • Cherry Hinton
  • Chesterton
  • Church End
  • Fen Ditton
  • Grantchester
  • Grantchester Meadows
  • Horningsea
  • King’s Hedges
  • Mill Road
  • Milton
  • Newtown
  • Parker’s Piece
  • Petersfield
  • Orchard Park
  • Stow Cum Quy
  • Teversham
  • University of Cambridge