Nursing degree course September 2020 SouthamptonWatch
When they describe a nursing course as full time they are not kidding. It is easily equivalent to a full time job, often substantially more work when you factor in personal study and course work.
During sections of the course when you are attending lectures you will likely be in at least three days per week (Covid allowing.) During clinical placement you will be expected to work the equivalent of any full time nurse employed in that area. In a hospital setting that could be three 12.5 hour shifts per week including some nights and with no set days. Child care is going to be tough for you. The best people to talk to for advice would be the university themselves, you won't be the first person they've talked to in this situation and there may be some extra support they can offer you.
I've known plenty of people to manage the course while juggling child care, including one single parent with two young children, so it is doable, but you should do not underestimate the challenge you are setting yourself!