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Aims

“Staff establish excellent relationships with all the children and their families”

1. To carefully manage the transition between leaving their home environment and settling into our nursery.

“Children are highly valued and respected as unique individuals. Staff meet each child's specific personal and behavioural needs through warm and sensitive interactions.”

2. To ensure that all children feel valued, respected and included.

“Equality of opportunity and inclusion underpins every aspect of this inclusive nursery.”

3. To involve parents as partners working and talking together to provide opportunities for children to become confident and successful learners.

“Parents are inspired by staff to extend children's learning at home. Staff plan exemplary settling-in arrangements with parents and carers.”

4. To provide learning through play in a happy, secure, well-planned environment with directed and undirected activities both indoors and outdoors.

“Children develop the confidence to be independant and motivated learners who are eaer to play and explore.”

5. Staff to provide a good role model for the children in relationships with children, parents and other staff members.

“Teaching is inspirational.”

6 . We follow the ‘Early Years Foundation Stage’ (EYFS) 0-5 years. This is the National Curriculum for all Nurseries.

“For children to develop the confidence to be independant and motivated learners who are eager to play and explore.”

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Areas of Learning:

• Personal, social and emotional development
• Communication and language
• L
iteracy
• Expressive arts and design
• Physical development
• Mathematics
• Understanding of the world

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