Our Activities

We do vary and extend our activities for each child’s individual needs, we link them with their own home environment experiences. This gives all of the children a wealth of opportunity to explore whilst having time to learn through play with others respectively as well as becoming ‘independent.’ We offer ‘wow’ factor to our activities, this encourages our children to engage.
We ask the children to participate by helping to set up for snack/meal times, clearing up and cleaning tables, this is encouraged after all of the activities to guide them on how to take care of their environment. We also believe they begin to understand their own responsibilities as well as inspiring them to have fun.
We offer flexible and structured activities.
Structured Activities – include planned activities covering the EYFS Curriculum within the Prime Areas and the Specific Areas. This is linked to what is happening at their home as well as linking with our Monthly Themes for the activities to encourage variety.
Flexible – includes free play of their own choices and their own likes. We promote physicality though outdoor activities on a large scale curriculum, this is set for the whole day.
  • Exploring and Interacting with all of the resources and the staff team
  • Printing, mark making, cutting, taking turns and sharing
  • Cooking activities as well as baking: lots of learning in all areas of development especially maths. We are fortunate we have a separate large Dining Room to eat breakfast, lunch and tea where the chef prepares food.
  • Stories with props and books, puzzles
  • Singing and musical instruments, music and movement is incorporated in their days schedule as we are fortunate that we have the usage of a big hall
  • Special days/events visits to the local shops, library and children’s centres, as well as the local parks
  • Games involving small groups
  • Crafts
  • Maths learning numbers, letters & colours
  • Dressing up/role play
  • Free Play
  • Lots more fun!

Play is an essential part of every child’s life and vital to their learning and development. It is the way children can explore the world around them and develop and practice their skills. It is essential for physical and emotional growth, intellectual and educational development, acquiring social and behavioural skills.