The nursery has two outdoor areas providing opportunities to further enhance children’s play experiences. We have also created our own sensory den which provides a calming and relaxing environment to enhance learning from hands on activities that stimulate children’s senses.
Each room has ensuite facilities which include nappy changing areas as well as child size toilets to encourage toilet training and child size hand wash facilities to promote personal hygiene. The rooms also have access to a kitchen area where they can prepare bottles and snacks for children.
At Kinder Castle we appreciate just how hard it is leaving your little one so we have integrated latest technology advances to help ease these worries. Firstly, there are telephones within the rooms and parents can speak to the girls directly working with their child to find out how their day is going. We also have a parent portal, where parents can log in and see a running video of the room their child is in.
The nursery also benefits from having its own car park, helping to make drop off and collection times a little easier.
Babies from birth to around 14 months start their nursery journey in Elves Enchantment.
A home from home environment has been created to meet the needs of each individual child to the highest standard.
Babies are provided with a variety of experiences which they can explore using all their senses.
This room is from 14 to around 18 months.
Pixie Parlour has created a perfect environment for children developing confidence in their physical abilities.
It provides activities on different levels for children to challenge and enhance their skills during play.
Knights Kingdom is home to children aged 18 to 24 months.
The room begins to introduce some structure into the children’s day and they begin to eagerly anticipate routines.
Children’s characters begin to develop throughout this room creating a fun environment for them to thrive in.
Children are in Camelot from 24 months up until their third birthday.
Camelot offers a stimulating learning environment where children thrive through learning opportunities provided during play based on their interests and individual learning path.
There are key moments throughout the day when children take part in adult-led activities getting them used to a more structured day, which helps prepare them for the next room.
This is the last room that all children will eventually move into after they turn three.
In this room, there’s a lot more emphasis on your child’s educational needs and getting them ready for school.
Children follow a programme of learning and are taught about feelings and emotions at circle times.
Children are also given the opportunity to develop pencil control through a range of techniques. They will develop their fine manipulative skills and will start to learn in a more formal environment, developing their concentration span and extending their vocabulary.