Inside the nursery rooms are bright and welcoming and children are offered a wide range of educational toys and play experiences to encourage them to explore and learn.

 

I can go to work feeling relaxed that my child is in a safe environment and being well looked after.
– Kirsty Benson
PREMISES, FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES

Corner House Nursery is set in a beautiful Victorian building which has been lovingly converted to provide the ideal setting for young children. The main building is used by our youngest children;

 
The outdoor play areas are second to none for giving young children the opportunity to explore the natural environment and also to experience challenging and varied types of physical play.
(see Outdoor Play)
 
Inside the nursery rooms are bright and welcoming and children are offered a wide range of educational toys and play experiences to encourage them to explore and learn. These include the home corner, dressing up, construction and building, jigsaws, games and small world play.
 
Children love to be creative and will have fun with painting, drawing, cutting out and sticking. Make sure that you have plenty of room on your walls for their masterpieces.
Singing, dancing and making music is a joy for children when they will learn to move their bodies, explore sounds and learn songs and rhymes or to simply listen to music.
 
Good books are an essential tool for early learning and literacy skills and the nursery has a wide variety for every age group. Each unit has a quiet area where children can enjoy books by themselves or with adults and other children and there is a group story or singing time each morning and afternoon
 
Little children love cooking and our children get lots of opportunities to help with baking and preparing their meals. In our specially designed kitchen area they can safely help our cook to stir the cake mix, cut out biscuits and prepare vegetables. Lunch tastes so much better if you have helped to make it!
 
"Children thoroughly enjoy stories and rhymes because most staff are detailed storytellers and use props to enhance children's involvement and interest" OFSTED report 2010