Instilling a Lifelong Love of Learning

Help your child further develop their love of learning. We sensitively support children to refine skills and explore the world around them with increasing independence. Feel free to contact us for more information.

Sunbeams Provision (children of 3-4 years)

Pre-school education is considered vital to a child’s development and preparation for later life. Children's cognitive development is at its greatest during their first 5 years of life. 'Sunbeams' is our nursery school provision for children of 3 to 4 years of age. We champion play and recognise that children are active learners. We provide them with opportunities to explore, investigate, experiment, talk, listen and create. We prioritise children's happiness and build our curriculum around their interests. We aspire to provide all children with a quality care and play-based early education to help develop their self-esteem and motivation.

For details of our current fees structure, please contact us. Many of our places are provided free of charge to families due to government funding. Check here to establish if you may be eligible. Please contact us should you have any questions or would like further details.
Our curriculum meets the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Statutory Framework.

Individually Crafted Care

We believe that care and education are inseperable. Our individual approach to children enables us to plan activities and experiences that prioritise personal, social and emotional development. We provide a highly inclusive setting and additional support for children who have specific needs. We help them develop early language, literacy and numeracy skills. We plan indoor and outdoor activities to support the development of creative and physical skills in children.

Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP)

Early Years Pupil Premium is additional funding for settings that is specifically used to improve the learning and development of young children. The funding can be used for educational trips, providing resources for children or engaging specialist services. Children who need additional support are encouraged to learn and develop their skills at their own pace.

EYPP Statement

We have used our Pupil Premium money to buy in a speech and language therapist from NHS Traded Services. Our allocated therapist works with us twice a week and supports children with a universal level of need, right through to specialist levels of need.

She contributes to the Education and Healthcare Plan (EHC) process for individual children and has liaised with other professionals working with the children. She has also spent time talking to parents.

Each week, a member of the staff team works alongside Vicky. As a result, staff have a good awareness of children's speech and language development. They are able to support specific language needs through a range of targeted activities and strategies on a daily basis.

Data demonstrating the impact of this funding can be found on the policies & documents' page of this site or accessed here
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