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Our Rooms
​"Education is the most powerful weapon, which   you can use to change the world". Nelson Mandela


Our Baby room, from 3 months to 12 months, is designed to provide a calm atmosphere where babies can thrive and develop, whilst establishing warm, supportive relationships with staff. Babies will be able to engage in activities with age appropriate resources to develop communication, gross motor skills, and their personal, social and emotional development. We have an emphasis on black and white, to support their high contrast vision.



Our Waddlers room continues to support your child/children as they begin to become independent in their movements from 12 to 24 months. With push toys to encourage walking, sing-along books to promote story time, communication, and song, while supporting themselves in standing, amongst a broad range of other toys of different textures, motion, and purpose, the little movers are kept engaged and laughing. They have their own outdoor area adjacent, where they can choose to play and explore.



Moving through to our Toddlers room, from 24 to 36 months, the children have continuous provision across a range of learning areas. Continuous provision allows the children to spend uninterrupted time learning through play, while developing their decision making and independence. With a range of construction activities, role play facilities, story and song books, crafts and creativity resources, and messy play areas, the children are free to explore and develop at their will, and according to their individual interests. Promoted activities are changed regularly, to keep the children stimulated and excited. Yet everything has its place in the room, and the children know where to find what they want, enabling them to choose freely.



Finally, our Preschool class, for the 3+ year olds, gets the children school-ready. Continuing the broad range of continuous provision activities from the toddlers room, to further develop their skills and interests across all aspects of learning they also begin to enjoy some group activities, adding a little more structure to their day when it suits, while maintaining independence and freedom of choice.

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