About our Babies/Toddlers

Children under the age of two and babies have different needs to the older children and this is not only discussed with you, but entered on our nursery app, where you have private access to your child’s routine for the day such as: how much milk was drunk and when….. what exactly your child ate and how much!… times of nappy changes and contents!…When your child was tired and needed a sleep. And the activities your child has been engaged in throughout the day. This app enables you to know about what your child chose to do during the day even before picking your child up at the end of the day and you won’t have to waste time for feedback when picking up. Our app is also used for 2 way communication with parents, your child’s developmental progress is also accessible to you anytime you log on the app.

About our Early Learners

As your child approaches school age, they are also encouraged to participate more fully in Early Learners. This group involves really concentrating in getting your child ready for school. Small groups of 3-5 children will spend time involved in activities that cover science, mathematics and literacy. The children are given Book Bags and encouraged to take a reading book to share with you at home. Communication and examples of completed work are sent home on a weekly basis with written notes on what has been covered, how you can extend this learning at home and how your child has done. At this age activities are provided which will help to get your child ready for school, and which will give your child confidence to look forward to a new phase in their life.

  • We ensure all meals have the right balance of nutrients, minerals, vitamins, protein, fibre and carbohydrate, calcium and all other compounds to make children’s bodies grow and flourish as set out by the “Eatwell” plate see:
  • All meals and snacks are prepared on the premises by our own catering staff. We believe in incorporating fresh fruit into the children’s daily meals and offer only water or milk to drink at mealtimes. All bread served to the children is either wholemeal or granary.
  • The “Eatwell” plate from the FSA recommends that meals are provided in the following portions:

33% fruit and vegetables, 33% bread rice pasta and potato and other starchy food 12% meat fish eggs and beans and other non dairy sources of protein, 15% milk and dairy foods, 8% foods and drinks high in fat and/or sugar.

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