Our Baby Room is a caring and enriched environment that is registered to take babies from three months of age.
In Baby Room, we offer a home from home environment for babies to play, learn and explore; we provide continuous multi-sensory play and enjoy indoors as well as outdoors play on a daily basis to help your little one develop and learn.
Our baby room is specifically designed with young babies in mind, with soft furniture and as little hard edges or corners as possible, we additionally have a dedicated sleep room, fitted with blackout curtains and calming lights designed to help the babies fall to sleep as comfortably as possible in the nursery provided cots.
In Toddler Space, we take and care for children aged between 18m and three years, where children begin to develop their friendships with others, begin to share ideas with each other and work together.
We enjoy a diverse range of activities such as nature play, messy activities, song times, sensory play and walks in the wider community.
We encourage the children to explore their own interests through their play and also encourage them to build their own independence and self-confidence; this can be as simple as putting on their own shoes and coats, to choosing what activity they want to do throughout the day.
We offer a wide range of activities in our garden area and have lots of fun in the mud kitchen and Activity Pod. Practitioners will spend time supporting the children in child-led play sessions.
Children 3 years and over are based in the Pre-school space where they have access to their
own outdoor shelter and garden.
The space is set up with continuous provision so that the children can access and use the resources independently. The adults follow the children’s learning and provide activities and experiences to both support and challenge their learning. Our Pre-school room is a busy fun environment where children can explore and learn. We have a team of experienced practitioners who support their individual needs. We have a Forest School Practitioner, running regular sessions, which all children have the opportunity to experience.