At Kiddikare Nursery we pride ourselves on our understanding of the things that really matter to parents when it comes to nursery care, and through the utilisation of our many child care policies and procedures, free settling in sessions for your child, an effective key worker system, and a key focus on working in partnership with parents at every step, we aim to ensure that your child receives a start second to none.
The first five years of a child’s life are crucial, in no other five years of life do they grow as fast or learn as much, we recognise the opportunity this provides for us, and feel our team are the best placed to ensure your child has the best foundation for their future learning and development.
Kiddikare is fully equipped to pursue key early years learning goals, with a focus on individual development, numeracy, literacy and creative play. We strive to create a safe, engaging and nurturing environment enabling all children to feel safe and secure away from home, to enjoy free play, circle/ story time, music and singing sessions and structured play, enhancing social skills and fuelling their inquisitive minds.
A highly qualified team of Nursery Officers organise a wide range of activities for the children in small groups, creating a real home from home environment, especially designed so that your child will be surrounded by familiar things such as sofas and kitchens, fireplaces and rugs, photos of the child’s family, all things that will help them settle, so that we can start a development plan for them quickly and effectively.
The Nursery operates a Key Person system which encourages children to develop a secure relationship with one member of the team and also to provide a communication point for parents/carers. The Staff develop good relationships with parents to secure knowledge of children’s individual routine needs. Policies, procedures and parental permissions are clear to support good practice. Systems have been put in place to monitor and evaluate the services we provide are good, securing a basis for continual improvement and better outcomes for children. The Key worker ensures that children receive personalised learning throughout their daily routine supporting key learning areas required by Early Years Foundation Stage ( EYFS).
The Early Years Foundation Stage (2014) provides a framework by which the children’s development is assessed and further development is planned.