We believe that children all best supported when the parents and staff work together.
Our curriculum is play based, because we believe that children learn best through supported play experiences.
We believe that children need to be respected in order to respect.
We believe our learning environment, must be planned to ensure that children are provided with rich, and stimulating experiences to build on, what they already know and can do.
We will support the children to use the resources and the environment in a way that will develop their independence and problem solving skills.
We will help the children to develop positive relationships with other children and adults.
In order to foster the children’s positive sense of self and self-esteem. We will ensure that the experiences, family background, interests, abilities and cultural heritage will be positively celebrated and reflected across the service.
We believe that it is very important to provide staff with training and development opportunities. So that they, in turn, can provide the children with affective learning and teaching.
We work hard to be part of the local community, accessing local resources, so that the children have a sense of connection and belonging.
We endeavour to network with other professionals for the benefit of the service.