Our Rooms

Kittens room 0-18 months

Kittens room 0-18 months

A bright, Spacious room for up to 6 babies with two qualified members of staff working to a key worker system.

We provide a wide range of toys and activities, planned appropriately towards each child’s individual needs following Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) guidelines. The kitten’s room has access to a secure outside play area and low level windows enables your baby to view the outside area as well as view the other playrooms. We have a separate sleep room with monitors and viewing panel for easy observation with sensory music,lights and aromatherapy to soothe baby to sleep. Our nappy changing room has a changing station and personalised storage for nappies and creams.

Little Cats room 18-30 months

Little Cats room 18-30 months

Spacious open plan, new room for up to 16 children and 4 members of staff.

Our staff work within a key worker system following the EYFS guidelines using multi sensory learning through structured play. Children access the secure outside area to develop their skills in a safe and fun environment. This room has its own bathroom with nappy changing facilities. We aim to build on their experiences and independence through planned activities developing their Communication skills, helping little ones express themselves .Our staff work with parents to ensure potty training is fun.

Big Cats room 26-36 months

Big Cats room 26-36 months

Spacious open plan room for up to 16 children and 4 members of staff.

Our staff work within a key worker system following the EYFS guidelines using multi sensory learning through structured play. Children access the secure outside area to develop their skills in a safe and fun environment. We aim to build on their experiences and independence through planned activities developing their Communication skills, helping little ones express themselves .Our staff work with parents to ensure potty training is fun.

Tigers room 30 months +

Tigers room 30 months +

Spacious open plan room for up to 24 children and 3 members of staff + access to a qualified early years teacher.

Using a key worker system our planned activities aim to develop the 7 areas of learning following the EYFS guidelines. Multisensory learning using the secure outside facilities and community visits include library and park. Pre-literacy skills, helping pave the way for reading and writing by following the letters and sounds system to promote speaking and listening skills, Improve concentration and attention, making learning easier. Other activities help building their Self-esteem and social confidence which is vital for making new friends whilst working with parents to ensure a smooth transition to school. 15 hours government funding is available for children aged 3+4 years.