The curiosity approach is a modern-day approach to early years, taking parts from a variety of early education theorists. The approach brings curiosity, awe and wonder to children’s learning journeys.
This leaflet gives you a breakdown of the EYFS and how we will support your childs learning.
Please download the parental agreement form, sign and return the form back to us.
Hygge is an essential part of our practice that intertwines with all other aspects such as the curiosity approach and loose parts.
In the moment planning is based on the here and now. Why observe something wonderful and plan to do something in a weeks time when we can do it there and then.
The setting uses very minimal plastic toys and prefers the use of loose parts so the children can take their play in any form they wish to use.
Helping our children become confident speakers, readers and writers in later life starts from when they are babies. This leaflet will guide you on how you can support your child.
We all need piece of mind when putting our children down to sleep. Please download to view the safest practice. Please note we will not go against safer sleep rules.
Schema is a pattern of behaviour that children, especially 0-3 year olds can display. Please read to find out more information about this topic.
This leaflet explains how we prepare your child for School.
Managing children's behaviour can be very difficult. We follow positive reinforcement practice, please view to see how we will guide your child in managing their feelings and behaviour.
Woodwork is a valuable skill that all our children have the opportunity to develop whilst they are in our care. We start by supporting the skill set needed from our baby room all the way through to our preschool room, where once they are ready can begin to really embed these skills.