Wearing a uniform marks a big step in a child’s life.
At King’s House Nursery we ask parents to dress the children in informal clothes, suitable for allowing them to be independent when using the bathroom. Over their own clothes they wear a cheerful, blue and white gingham smock. The smock protects their clothes but gives them the importance of wearing a uniform.
Our smocks are unique. They are handmade and can be individualised with bespoke embroidery to represent something personal or pertinent in the child’s life. An ex-King’s House grandmother, now living in Scotland, embroiders our smocks and donates all the money she receives for doing this to a local children’s charity.
It is little wonder that children in the King’s House Nursery wear their smocks with pride.