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Getting Outdoors

We believe that all children should have outdoor experiences in all weathers, and we have a well-equipped outdoor area, which the children are able to use all year round in line with guidelines from the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). 

During their time with us, children benefit from a full range of outdoor learning experiences to enable them to reach their full potential. 

Mud Kitchen 

We have a mud kitchen area which provides the opportunity to build up early child development through sensory play, role play, imagination, maths and hands on exploration. It provides a rich and genuine messy sensory experience. 

There is free flow to allow children to take their learning outside and cater for different learning styles.


Nursery staff regularly take the older children on local outings and trips, to widen their understanding and experience of their local community and the world around them. We require parents’/carers’ permission to take children on outings and risk assessments are carried out in advance.

Collage of the mud kitchen and children playing outside

Our Curriculum

Learn more about our nursery offering.

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Snowdrop Room

We give undivided attention and encouragement to your little one.
Infant playing with wooden toy

Buttercup Room

Staff are supporting and encouraging your child.
Child with picture book

Sunflower Room

Our staff support your child in their development and exploration of the world around them.
Child with guinea pig, supervised by adult

Bluebell Room

We are supporting your child in preparation for school readiness.
Two children playing with water toys

Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Themes

The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) has four themes each with underlying principles.
Infant laughing