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If you are like most parents, you want your children to be educated in an environment where their intellectual abilities and self-esteem grow hand in hand, where imagination and curiosity are cultivated, where critical thinking and competencies flourish and where they learn to respect all cultures and all people.
At the nursery every child is respected as an individual, different from adults and different from one another. The ability to learn is an acquired skill which should be taught when children are young in order to help them become thinking, intelligent adults.
Our approach is to promote all-round development, intellectual, physical, emotional and social, in a safe and nurturing environment filled with exciting activities and friendly staff.
Our outstanding and highly rated garden below emphasizes Jumping Jacks commitment to utilizing outdoor space and lets children engage fully in a safe environment.
Children can explore water outdoors, through watering plants and playing in puddles to exploring our new mud kitchen and building in our construction area. We combine this with sand and earth in our sand pit and beds for digging and planting.
We educate children about the wonder of nature, and study both plants and mini beasts in the nature area. They are given the opportunity to join in with the care of the plants, which keeps them enthused, and helps them develop confidence.
This is in addition to larger physical play equipment like climbing frames (for exploring the concepts of going through, over, under and on) and equipment for working on balance, as well as bikes and balls, as you'd expect.
We believe in the importance of outdoor activities, and the freedom to exercise in a totally safe environment.
We are also keen to take opportunities for outings and have outings to the park, library and garden centre’s which are planned frequently.
We know that this gives children a much broader and well-rounded world view, as well as experience of their local environment.