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Our Rooms > Tigers

The Tigers room caters for children from two and half years up to the age of five years. The children are cared for on a ratio of 1:4 or 1:8 depending on age. Staff follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum and all of the children have their own personal profiles which log development and observations. This pack will then follow the child throughout the setting and on to school.

"Providing well planned experiences based on children's spontaneous play, both indoors and outdoors, is an important way in which practitioners support young children learn with enjoyment and challenge. In playing, children behave in different ways: sometimes their play will be responsive or boisterous, sometimes they may describe and discuss what they are doing, sometimes they will be quiet and reflective as they play."
(EYFS 2008)

Young boy with drawing

A Unique child

Every child is unique they all have their own personality and it is therefore important to remember that children all have different learning styles. Children need to have the opportunities to develop their learning and form relationships.

Positive relationships

It is important that nursery practitioners have a good relationship with parents as well as with the children. To do this it is important to have a good key worker system. Therefore your child will be allocated a key person on their first visit at the setting.

Enabling Environment

In order for your child to achieve their full potential it is important that criteria are meet. Therefore we encourage a range of things such as a healthy lifestyle, we support the children through transition and encourage the children to value the local community.

Learning and Development

The children learning will be broken down to cover six areas of learning which are: Personal , Social and Emotional development; Knowledge and Understanding of the world; Physical development; Problem solving, Reasoning and Numeracy; Creative development and Communication, Language and literacy.