A Day at Nursery
Our Little Vines Nursery offers the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) provision which includes
- Personal, Social, Emotional Development
- Communication and Language
- Physical Development
- Expressive Arts and Design
- Knowledge and Understanding the World
Each day is never the same at Little Vines Nursery and we are led by our children’s interests.
Through their play, children will gain confidence as they explore, set their own goals, and solve problems. Our skilled team will observe and spend time getting to know each child and provide a rich learning environment in which each child can, play and explore, actively learn as well as being able to think creatively and critically.
Along with the EYFS provision, we offer the Kindergarten children lessons in French, PE, Music, Swimming, Bike ability and for a small additional fee our children can have specialist Ballet lessons.
With our 47 acres of beautiful woodland, we ensure our children are fully equipped to explore our grounds, whilst making dens, climbing trees and exploring what’s in the undergrowth!
Timings of the day
For children aged 3 years+, we offer wraparound care from 8am
- Morning registration for Nursery and Kindergarten – 8.20am – 8.40am
- Lunch 12.45pm
- Afternoon collection 3.20pm
- After School Club for children aged 3 years+ 4.15pm – 6pm. A cooked supper is included for those staying late.
Children in the Nursery are offered a minimum of two morning sessions per week, moving up to a minimum of three full days in Kindergarten. All children have the option of attending five full days a week.
We offer sessions as morning sessions, or a full day.
Limited spaces are available throughout the year for children from 2 years old. Please contact our admissions team to arrange a private tour of the Nursery, meet our incredible staff and wonderful children. Taster sessions can be arranged following a tour. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call us on 01580 880413. We look forward to meeting you!
“The exceptional staff at Little Vines create a fantastic nurturing and stimulating environment for the children. In my opinion, there are huge benefits to the setting of Little Vines within a school, for example the outdoor and indoor facilities, educational resources and quality of food all of which are accessible to the nursery children, the scope of the activities that are available for the children and, importantly, the safety of an established educational facility. My daughter loves every day she spends at Little Vines and I can relax knowing that she is in the most caring of hands”.