The children

Cubs mark making 

Room structure‌

‌The children are organised into 4 age groups:

Our principle aim is that the children are happy, relaxed and content while at the nursery. They are given every opportunity to join in a range of stimulating and enjoyable activities according to their age group and individual needs. Each room has their own daily routine. 

Our children come from diverse backgrounds.  All cultures, beliefs and religions are respected and observed with interest and by taking part in various celebrations throughout the year.

Key Person

 

Key person approah (PDF, 53kB)

In order to ensure continuity of care each child is allocated a member of staff as a key person. This member of staff will to settle your child into the nursery, they will build a relationship with yourselves and your child. They are available to discuss any concerns you may have, i.e. dietary needs, toilet training, any aspect of the child's individual needs and his or her physical, emotional and intellectual wellbeing at any time. We also have a buddy system, so in the event of your childs keyperson not being in the buddy will take the role.

Learning Journals

From September 2019 we will  use an online verion of the Learning diary called Learning Journal (PDF, 135kB) This will be uploaded with photos and observations of the children for parents to access at any time (these will be used to follow develpment, highlight milestones in accordance with the EYFS and help us plan appropriately) 

 

Starting nursery

For information on the settling in procedure please refer to the policy and procedures section or contact the nursery manager.