Our specifically equipped baby room provides a warm and nurturing environment where your baby can explore and learn. The embedded key person system ensures continuity of care and enables the staff to really get to know your baby’s needs.
Building excellent relationships with you, your child’s key person will expand home routines within the setting, so you can be confident of the best possible care.
The play areas are attractively designed with stimulating and inviting resources that are guaranteed to engage the intended age range. Your baby will have the opportunity to explore new and exciting experiences every day such as paint, water and sand as well as more unusual mediums such as shaving foam and gloop.
Continuing the Key Person system and well-planned transitional stages, your growing child will move naturally and seamlessly into the next room. Here at Amber’s Attic we recognise that at this age your child is learning at a fast pace, developing their identity and eager to make their place in the world.
Covering all areas of the EYFS (early years foundation stage) this room aims to excite and stimulate two-year old’s thirst for knowledge. As they begin to grow, they are encouraged to make more choices whilst staff are on hand to assist with play and learning. Activities aim to develop the beginnings of social skills like sharing and playing with friends.
This room has the added advantage of free flow to the outdoor classroom where bigger, bolder and different experiences can be had, enhancing your child’s physical development and experimental mind.
Here we prepare your child ready for the transition to school. Activities begin to take a more structured approach whilst your child has the freedom to choose play experiences and experiment with their own ideas.
Base Club provides before and after school holiday care for children from reception to 6 years.
We can drop off and pick up your child from Chapelfield Primary School during term time.
Whilst at the setting, the children who attend Base Club are given the opportunity to partake in games, creative activities or have quiet time to read or complete homework. A breakfast and/or a snack tea is provided.
During the holiday club, children will partake in a variety of activities that give a mix of fun, education and excitement. This may be a trip to the farm, a museum or even going to the cinema.