Our setting aims to:

provide high quality care and education for children below statutory school age;
work in partnership with parents to help children to learn and develop;
add to the life and well-being of the local community; and
Offer children and their parents a service that promotes equality and values diversity.

Parents:

Parents are regarded as members of our setting who have full participatory rights. These include a right to be:
valued and respected;
kept informed;
consulted;
involved; and
Included at all levels.
We aim to ensure that each child:

is in a safe and stimulating environment;
is given generous care and attention, because of our ratio of qualified staff to children
has the chance to join with other children and adults to live, play, work and learn together;
is helped to take forward her/his learning and development by being helped to build on what she/he already knows and can do;
has a personal key person who makes sure each child makes satisfying progress;
is in a setting that sees parents as partners in helping each child to learn and develop; and
is in a setting in which parents help to shape the service it offers

Children’s development and learning

The provision for children’s development and learning is guided by The Early Years Foundation Stage (DCFS 2007). From September 2008 the Early Years Foundation Stage became law. This brings together Birth to Three Matters and the Curriculum Guidance for the Foundation Stage.
Our provision reflects the four key themes and 16 commitments of the Early Years Foundation Stage.