Why Choose Us

The EYFS curriculum is set out by the Department for Education and identifies three Prime Areas of learning and development for children aged up to 3. For those aged 3 to 5 years, these are supplemented by four further Specific Areas.

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All sessions include a snack break which is an important opportunity for children to socialise and develop self-care skills. Children are encouraged to wash their hands independently, pour their own drinks and choose their own snacks. We ask parents to contribute an item of fresh fruit each week to supplement the snacks we provide, which include breadsticks, raisins and rice cakes.

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The nursery has written policies in place covering financial terms and conditions, equal opportunities and inclusion, safeguarding, complaints, administration of medicines, behaviour, health & safety, food hygiene and allergies and various other areas. 

These policies are available by the main nursery door. If you world like a copy of any of the policies, please ask the manager, who will be more than happy to provide you with a set.

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Local offer for children with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities(SEND) Children and Families Act 2014
Little Learners has a trained nursery SENCO (Special Needs Co-Ordinator) that has been trained through the local authority and Little Learners to support the key person, child and families to ensure the child’s individual needs are met.

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