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Baby Room: 0 – 1 Year

Babies enjoy a range of tactile activities including flour play, rice play and gloop. The babies have sensory play daily with lights, wind chimes where they can relax or be stimulated using their senses. Babies have access to a wide range of toys appropriate to their age and development. The babies in this room can rest and sleep comfortably in cots in a quiet adjoining room.

Babies are offered fresh pureed

fruit and vegetables whilst weaning and gradually the staff introduce carbohydrates and proteins following instructions from parents.

Children have access to drinking water through-out the day as and when they require it.

The staff within the baby room focus on the children’s Personal, Social and Emotional development, they focus on a home away from home sense of feeling and concentrate on the children feeling secure and happy while in our care. They are focused much more on our Key Person approach this is beneficial for both children and parents

Mealtimes are taken in the playroom with chairs around small round tables, where babies are facing each other and can interact socially. Parents are asked to provide formula milk, nappies and wipes for their children.

With permission from parents, babies are taken for walks using buggies around the grounds

Toddler Room:

1 - 2 Years

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Making Relationships

  • Self-Confidence and Self-Awareness

  • Managing feelings and Behaviour

Toddlers use a range of toys appropriate to their age and participate daily in adult led activities such as painting, sticking, cooking, flour play, rice play and gloop.  The toddlers in this room can also rest and sleep comfortably in cots.

 

With permission from parents, the toddlers are taken for walks using buggies and reins. The children will go out at least once a day if not twice.

Mealtimes are taken in the playroom with chairs around small round tables, where toddlers can face other and begin to communicate with their peers. 

Children have access to drinking water through-out the day as and when they require it.

The staff within the room will focus their planning around the Prime areas of learning taken for the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS

Physical Development

  • Moving and Handling

  • Health and Self-Care

​​Communication and Language

  • Listening and Attention

  • Understanding

  • Speaking

Nursery Room:

2 - 3 Years

Nursery children can access a range of toys appropriate to their age and participate daily in adult led activities such as painting, sticking, cooking, sand, water, flour play, rice play and gloop. The nursery children have access to the garden straight from their room, they will go outside in the playground or go for a walk around the grounds at least twice a day, they will also have free flow through-out the day directly to the garden

Mealtimes are taken in the

playroom with small chairs around small round tables, where the nursery children are encouraged to begin to be more independent with feeding themselves and appropriate table behaviour is encouraged. Children have access to drinking water as and when they require it through-out the day

Children in this room sleep on mats with the supervision from a member of staff in their playroom.

Children in the pre-school can sleep on mats in the afternoon if they wish.

The staff within this room will focus their planning the both Prime and Specific areas of learning taken from the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) as stated below

Children are encouraged to brush their teeth after lunch.

Pre-school: 3 – 5 Years

Mealtimes are taken in the

playroom with small chairs around small round tables, where the Pre-School children are encouraged to serve themselves and take their plate and scrape it when they are finished. They have access to drinking water through-out the day as and when they require it.

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  • Making Relationships

  • Self-Confidence and Self-Awareness

  • Managing feelings and Behaviour

​​Communication and Language

  • Listening and Attention

  • Understanding

  • Speaking

Physical Development

  • Moving and Handling

  • Health and Self-Care

The pre-school children benefit from their own cloak area where they can hang their belongings, use the toilets and wash their hands.

Pre-school children can access a huge range of activities and toys which are laid out in the seven development areas; these are both the Prime and Specific areas of learning taken from the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Expressive Arts and Design

  • Exploring and using Media and Materials

  • Being Imaginative

Literacy

  • Reading

  • Writing

Understanding the World

  • People and Communities

  • The World and Technology

Mathematics

  • Numbers

  • Shape, Space and Measure

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185a Park Road, Crouch End, London  N8 8JJ

If you're in Central London, North London, South London or West London you may have a little further to travel but we are certain the journey will be worth it!

Places near our nursery:

N8 - Hornsey, Crouch End, Harringay, Haringey

N22 - Alexandra Palace, Wood Green, Bounds Green, Bowes Park

N15 - Seven Sisters, South Tottenham, West Green, Stamford Hill, Hackney

N6 - Highgate, Hampstead Heath, Camden

N4 -  Finsbury Park, Manor House, Stroud Green

N19 - Upper Holloway, Archway, Tufnell Park, Islington

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