Nursery for Toddlers

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Toddler Room Art
Indoor play train tracks

Life in the Green Room - ages 2 - 3.5 years

At this age, toddlers are really on the move now, becoming strongly independent and trying to explore everywhere, all the time! Personalities shine through and we love seeing children master new challenges each and every day. There are so many milestones to celebrate, whether the use of a new word or mastering a roly poly in the garden!

A Typical Day in the Green Room
8am - 8.30am Welcome, breakfast and free play
8.30am - 9.30am Small group time to build bonds
9.30am - 10am Music and songs followed by healthy snack time
10am - 10:40am Exploring in the garden
10.40am - 11.30am Small group teaching to help develop core skills
11.30am - 12pm Lunch time
12pm - 2pm Nap time
2pm - 3pm Focused learning in groups
3pm - 3.30pm Healthy snack time
3.30pm - 4.30pm A focused garden activity
4.30pm - 5pm Story time promotes calm and focus
5pm - 5.30pm Home time!

Toddler Room Mark Making

Language and Creativity

Creativity is encouraged through drawing, painting, sticking, cutting and other important free expression activities. Language growth and development is supported with books, poetry, songs and individual and group discussions. Our curriculums, which have been honed over many years, find the perfect balance between learning and play to ensure children are stimulated but having fun. Further play focuses on helping children develop self-care skills, as well as encouraging independence and self-esteem.

Toddler Room Riding a Trike

Physical Development and Coordination

Climbing frames, sports equipment, bikes, trikes and scooters all help children hone their physical acumen. Music and dancing help with spatial awareness, perception and body control, while jumping, hopping and balancing offer fun, demanding but safe physical challenges. All of these take place either in our carefully designed garden spaces or our accommodating and safe soft play areas. In addition we focus on fine motor skills with puzzles, games and mark making to improve dexterity, coordination and focus.

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