How to contact us

LSE Nursery
8a Wild Street

Tel: +44 (0)20 7107 5966

Tel: +44 (0)20 7106 1241



Nursery Manager:
Mrs Mamselle Jackson

Nursery Deputy Manager:
Mrs Janine Bye

Nursery Administrator:
Mrs Bedia Bulut

Senior Nursery Officer:
Mrs Mirei Carlitos




Friendly childcare in the centre of London

Mamselle, Janine and their team aim to provide children at the LSE Nursery with a happy, safe and stimulating environment.

The LSE Nursery welcomes children of past and present staff, students and non LSE related parents. 

Staff will help your child with emotional, social, physical and intellectual development. We encourage positive attitudes, and help develop confidence and self-esteem.

By offering flexible hours and half-day care, we help parents achieve a better work/life balance. And our central London location, in a quiet street between Covent Garden and Holborn stations and close to the LSE campus, means you can cut down on commuting time. 

Staff and children were happy and engaged

Your child will join one of our playgroups: the Hungry Hippos, Cheeky Monkeys, Tiger Cubs or Lion Cubs.  Each group has its own playroom with age-appropriate toys and activities on offer. 

To see what a typical day at the nursery is like in each room, visit: A day at the nursery.

Our food is home cooked in our on-site kitchen, which allows us to be flexible and to cater for most special requirements eg allergies. Where we can, we opt for local fresh ingredients and our regular eating routines promote healthy eating habits. Also see:  Meals, snacks and drinks

There is a covered outside play area, and we make excursions to local parks several times a week. Also see: Nursery garden 

There is a lot of support to allow our child to develop

All our nursery officers have achieved NVQ Level 3.  Our nursery assistants have a relevant NVQ Level 2 qualification, with some working towards a Level 3. To see who's working at the nursery, visit our Who's who.  

The LSE Nursery works very closely with the government’s guidelines for Early years provisions as laid down in the Revised Statutory Framework for the Early Years  Foundation Stage [PDF]. The seven learning goals form part of this framework. 

This came into force on the 1st of September 2014.  Our files have beeen updated to reflect this. 


Drop-off and pick-up times suited our working hours

We have up to 63 places for children aged between three months and 5 years.

Age group Overall places Current availability

3 to 24 months



2 to 3 years



3 to 5 years



To apply, simply complete our nursery application form. Visit: Applying to the nursery

Rates vary according to the age of the child. London School of Economics staff and students qualify for a discount, and LSE takes part in a childcare voucher scheme. For our current prices, please see: Fees and payment information


We would love to show you around the nursery and chat to you about your childcare requirements.

Mamselle JacksonJanine Bye

To book a visit, call 0207 107 5966 or email us at using the contact details on the left, and we will confirm a suitable time with you. You can normally come and see us by appointment  any week day at  or 3.30 pm. or 4pm.

For security reasons, we require all first-time visitors to the nursery to make an  appointment.

Mamselle , Janine and the nursery team are looking forward to meeting you.