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3 month – 20 months
Our baby care has a team of specially selected staff who work closely with the babies and parents to follow a home routine to ensure that the babies feel happy and safe whilst we support them in meeting their milestones through play opportunities. Our babies explore lots through sensory experiences to acquire new skills that help them to understand the world, this is demonstrated throughout our baby care unit.
Our babies love to spend time in the fresh air, they have their own gardens which they are free to explore all day every day, rain or shine which is separate from the main nursery gardens and offers baby-specific activities. When the babies are exhausted from their exploring, they can have a lovely nap in our separate sleep room in our comfy cots.
20 month – 3 years old
Our toddlers experience being part of an extended family unit where they love to build their independence and sense of self. Pennies nurture these skills by encouraging children to make their own choices to understand our world and have a wide range of exciting opportunities along the way.
Toddlers are finding their voice so they can express themselves through words and we extend this by sharing interesting conversations, singing and stories together. The toddlers are busy building friendships and love to learn alongside each other, together you can find out so much more. When they are tired after all their play, they can have a sleep on our low-rise beds.
3 years – 4 years 11 months (full daycare and term-time preschool)
Pennies pre-school is where friendships grow and children flourish in an environment full of chitter-chatter in which children learn through hands-on experiences, problem-solving together, and lots of fun through play. The children engage in open activities where they can take their play to whole new levels for their inquisitive minds.
We help to prepare the children for their next big adventure of going to big school by building on children’s resilience and emotional wellbeing, which will support transitions and the child’s ability to thrive in a school environment and create a successful future learner.