The rooms are well designed with areas dedicated to sensory play, soft play, movement, creative play, role play, music, books, water and sand. Little Loveders also has a dedicated sleep room and milk kitchen.
There is plenty of shade and waterproof clothing is provided to ensure our babies get lots of fresh air whatever the weather.
Every baby has a key worker who will be responsible for documenting their learning. They will plan exciting, engaging and relevant play experiences for your child, as well as providing cuddles, comfort and whole family support. They will also be the person to observe, record and share milestone developments with you in the nursery, as well as hearing about achievements experienced at home. There is at least one member of staff to every three babies in this room.
Little Loveders is well secured and separate from the rest of the setting, but there will be times in the day, as the children get older, when they will be introduced to, and begin to mix with, the older children. Learning to socialise is an important developmental step and this contact provides a context for this as well as preparing the children for the step up to the nursery at around two years of age. Their parents and Key Person will play a big part in this transition, as will the nursery’s Two-year- old Co-Ordinator, ensuring that there is continuity in meeting each child’s emotional and physical needs.