We offer a warm, welcoming environment supporting the transition from home to nursery. We pride ourselves in providing a small, friendly facility where we care for and educate children in a fun, safe and happy environment. Each child has the opportunity to play and learn at their own pace in a creative atmosphere.
Our child-centred approach promotes the development of creativity, individuality and self-confidence through working in partnership with parents to provide the highest standards of nursery care.We believe that better outcomes for children can be achieved when the partnership between the parent/carer and the nursery is much stronger. Your child’s progress and development is tracked and monitored with a dedicated key person who will also work in partnership with you.
Our nursery staff all act as role models within the setting. We recognise that children learn by example and are constantly learning through observation. Common courtesy, mutual respect and patience are demonstrated at all times throughout our nursery. Our nursery is open Monday to Friday from 08:20 to 15:20, for children aged 3 years to 5 years.
We welcome visits by prospective parents, please contact the school office to arrange a visit via one of the EYFS Managers - Nursery Lead, Ms Farzana Khatri or Reception Lead, Ms Hamida Begum.
To make sure every child develops to their full potential we follow the statutory Early Years Foundation stage (EYFS) curriculum which is a Government framework focusing on the development and learning for children from birth up to the age of five. The national curriculum as taught by all early years setting, this contains seven areas of learning which are as follows:
1. Personal Social and Emotional Development - PSED
2. Communication and Language - CL
3. Physical development - PD
4. Mathematics - M
5. Literacy - L
6. Expressive Arts and Design - EAD
7. Understanding the World - UW
Each area of learning and development is implemented through planned, purposeful play and through a mix of adult-led and child-initiated activity. Play is essential for children’s development, building their confidence as they learn to explore, to think about problems, and relate to others. Play helps them to understand the world around them and to develop socially and emotionally. Children learn by leading their own play, and by taking part in play which is guided by adults.
Early Learning Goals_A Parents Guide.pdf(208.55 KB)
Helpful Parent Resources
Nursery to Home NDNA BING Facstheet.pdf(2.08 MB)