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Children develop in the context of relationships and the environment around them.  This is unique to each family and reflects individual communities and cultures. Our Nursery Room caters for children from 12 months to 5 years but has been thoughtfully designed and equipped to cater for the needs of two distinct groups of children based on their age and stage of development.

Cubs (8 Months to 3 year olds)

The younger children are cared for by members of our team with particular experience, knowledge and understanding in meeting their needs.  They work closely together when planning, observing and assessing the children in order to help develop positive relations with both the children and their parents/carers and to help further the children’s learning and development through the sharing of good practice.

The ICT Workstation

Each day, the children within their care will enjoy a number of different activities including:

  • A creative activity
  • A physical activity
  • An intellectual activity
  • An investigative activity
  • Circle time

A reduced Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum is delivered through a theme-based approach which transcends all 3 prime areas of the EYFS including Personal Social and Emotional Development, Communication and Language and finally Physical Development and is incorporated into all of our activities enabling all our younger children accessibility.


Making your mark !

Your child should have a bag with their name clearly displayed and the following items should be contained within:

  • A spare change of clothes appropriate for the weather (rain coat, warm jumper, sun hat, woolly hat, gloves, etc)
  • Comfortable footwear for indoor use (clean shoes, slippers or pumps) – must have a back and covered toes (i.e. no crocs)
  • Sturdy footwear suitable for outdoor play/village walks………..even in the rain (shoes, boots, trainers or wellington boots, etc)
  • If toilet training, please include lots of pants, socks and trousers

The work produced by the children is displayed to increase self-esteem and to promote the sharing of their individual achievements.  Themes and displays are changed on a regular basis to promote our partnership with parents/carers; we hope that you will contribute to our curriculum planning by providing us with information and photographs which show what your child enjoys doing at home so that our curriculum can be tailored to build on your child’s specific interests and abilities.

Water is available at all times during the day, but in the interests of hygiene and safety, we ask that you provide a water bottle/beaker with your child’s name clearly displayed on it which can remain at the nursery.