Clean and Healthy
We provide nappies, wipes, creams, formula milk, sun cream protection, sunhats, outdoor jackets, waterproof clothing, wellingtons, outdoor shoes for younger babies, bibs, bottles, all weather clothing and hats.
All meals are prepared fresh on site every day in our own kitchen. Menus have been reviewed by a Registered Nutritionist who is a member of the Nutrition Society and the Institute of Food Science and Technology who said ‘we provide a wide variety of nutrient rich and appealing foods for the children’.
Breakfast, mid-morning snack, two course lunch, afternoon tea, and a late day snack served every day.
Formula Milk Feeds
Formula milk feeds are made fresh throughout the day to meet your baby’s feeding routine
Fresh Filtered Drinking Water Fountains
Fresh water is at your child’s level encouraging access throughout the day to promote being healthy and hydrated.
Online Learning Journey records for every child
Helps us and you to record, track and celebrate your child’s progress in their early years education.
Nurture Us Sessions
Clare Spoors delivers her ‘Nurture Us’ sessions for the children in all of our age groups every week.
Clare is an experienced and respected trainer who holds professional qualifications to lead child centred activities in Early Years including; Baby Massage, Baby Yoga, Emotional Resilience Coaching, and is an accredited Early Years Practitioner.
Clare’s work has been endorsed by Richard Bowlby, President of the Centre for Child Mental Health who said; “It is Clare’s mission to promote positive parenting and to support parents in providing their children with strong secure foundations in order to give them the best possible start in life. She recognises the huge effect that parents and carers can have on their child’s social and emotional development.”
Clare’s sessions are designed to support and encourage all areas of early years development, helping babies and children to grow through fun, interactive, holistic play, with primary focus on nurture and the development of emotional intelligence. Throughout the sessions children will be celebrating individuality and promoting self-awareness. Although the sessions have a certain amount of structure, they are very flexible allowing endless opportunities for free, spontaneous play.
Dedicated music centre
Everyday opportunities for your child to listen to music, sing, play musical instruments, and move to music to develop their listening skills, to understand rhythm, recognise patterns of language which is also important for their early literacy development.
Dedicated sensory area
An opportunity for your child to discover and differentiate, these characteristics are the first steps in classification, or sorting — an important part of children’s science-learning and discovery.