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The Ofsted inspector Deborah Hunt said; “The manager effectively oversees the curriculum to ensure that children are offered a wide range of activities which enable them to make good progress in their learning and development. Children receive sensitive and timely support from practitioners who know them well and encourage them to be independent, curious learners. […]
We have been developing our outdoor spaces for the children. The children can enjoy natural physical outdoor play in our nature garden, developing curiosity and learning how to use natural resources to create dens, zig- zaggy pathways and to encourage wildlife.
As the nursery grows so does our Team. Our new staff members hold multi -lingual skills, Health & Early Support from newborn and Early Years.
Our sensory road planted with herbs and lavender challenges the children to use sit and ride toys with control down our meandering road. Our large hard area enables children to develop physical coordination skills like throwing, catching, kicking and spinning!
Our Children love to get planting winter shrubs as part of our BIG DIG programme introducing children to understand how things grow. We received shrubs and trees from the Woodland Trust Jubilee Woods project. In our tree pack we planted a Royal Oak sapling which has been grown from an acorn gathered from one of […]