Our child-centred approach stimulates and encourages children to develop their natural creativity, individuality and self-confidence in secure surroundings.
Children need to feel a sense of security and belonging when they are away from their parents. We strive to ensure that all children feel happy, relaxed and safe, and encourage them to feel confident in co-operating and developing good relationships with the adults caring for them and with their peers.
We have a wide range of appropriate learning materials and offer stimulating activities, both indoors and outdoors. Children are provided with freshly prepared, healthy meals, fresh air, exercise, rest and play. We want to contribute positively to their physical, emotional and educational development. Surrounded by their peers, they can develop at their own pace, play a full part in activities tailored to their age and ability, and enthusiastically learn new skills.
Our emphasis is on providing exceptional direct care that supports each child’s individual needs. Our nursery complies fully with all industry standards and we will work in partnership with parents to provide a level of care that exceeds your expectations.
The uniqueness and intrinsic value of children is acknowledged and each child is treated with respect.
Children and young people have as much control as possible over their lives whilst being protected against unreasonable risks.
Children’s and young people’s individual and human rights are promoted and safeguarded.
Children and young people are treated equally and their background and culture are valued and respected.
Children, young people, parents and carers are offered the opportunity to select independently from a range of options based on clear and accurate information.
Children and young people have the right to be left alone, undisturbed and free from unnecessary intrusion into their affairs and there is a balance between the consideration of the individual’s own and others’ safety.
Children and young people are enabled to lead full and purposeful lives, and realise their ability and potential.
Children, young people, parents and carers know that information about them is managed appropriately and that everyone involved in the service respects confidential matters.