Our Values are What Make us Unique.

We believe that well-being and mental & physical health are the main foundations for a persons ability to develop – both children and adults. We provide opportunities and experiences for all children to enjoy – and firmly embed an inclusive ‘ethos’ where children feel emotional and socially secure

We promote children’s enthusiasm for knowledge and learning and to develop a confidence in their own abilities through ‘I Can’ attitudes and self-belief

Every child has a voice and we as Educators listen to, promote and provide their choices, thoughts, ideas and experiences. We encourage independent thinking, creativity and problem solving – and learn about their environments and communities.

We  explore and celebrate different cultures, faiths and religions and regularly hold Fund Raising events and celebrate local, national and international awareness days

We understand feelings, emotions, health and well-being through dedicated group activities. We give opportunities for all children to communicate in a wide range of ways, and enable them to learn how to co-operate and work harmoniously alongside others.

Our robust Key Worker & Buddy system ensures children’s interests and progression through the Early Years Foundation Stage is individually tailored to their needs and next steps.

Our Forest School leader plans exciting, targeted outdoor learning activities and experiences.

We build trusting relationships with Parents, Families and Carers by providing regular two-way information is regularly encouraged through our Parents Meetings, Information Sharing Forms, Stay & Play sessions and End of Term Reports – as well as our Tapestry on-line Learning Journals.

Our super friendly team are dedicated, experienced and passionate about what they do – fully providing good role model practices while delivering ‘best practice’ procedures.

Our in-house catering ensures menu’s are fresh, healthy and balanced and that all dietary needs are met – children have regular opportunities to cook, learn where food comes from as well as grow their own fruit, vegetables and herbs.