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Sunrise Nursery

 

• Provide a happy, safe, warm and stimulating environment for all children to play, learn and develop freely.

• Help children to develop responsibility for themselves and their actions and to become competent, confident, independent and co-operative individuals.

• Encourage children to have a positive attitude and respect for both themselves and other people.

• Promote a positive relationship with parents and carers and work in partnership with them to provide high quality play and care for their children.

• Offer inclusive services that are accessible to all children in the community.

• Undergo regular monitoring and evaluation of our services to ensure that we  continue to meet the needs of children and parents and carers.

 

 

 

• Listening and responding to their views and concerns.

• Keeping them informed of our policies and procedures, including opening times, fees and charges, and programmes of activities.

• Sharing and discussing their child’s achievements, experiences, progress and friendships, along with any difficulties that may arise.

 

 

 

• Care and activities that put the needs and safety children first.

• A programme of activities that is interesting, educational, stimulating and fun.

• Activities that promote each child’s social, physical, moral and intellectual development.

• Access to a variety of facilities and equipment under safe and supervised conditions.

• A staff team that is experienced, well trained and properly supported.

• Services that meet the conditions of the Children’s Act 1989 and all other relevant childcare legislation,     wherever they apply.

• An environment where no child is bullied or suffers discrimination in any form.

Philosophy

Sunrise Nursery is an active supporter of the Nasio Trust.  A charity set up by one of our former parents.

Charities

At Sunrise Nursery we aim to:

 

We are committed to meeting the needs of parents and carers by:

We are committed to providing:

At Sunrise we understand the importance of developing children’s communication skills and have a dedicated Communication Language and Literacy (CLL) Coordinator.  By establishing warm, caring relationships in a language rich environment we support our babies and young children to become skilful communicators.

 

Staff use everyday opportunities to engage in meaningful conversations; after all children learn to talk by being talked to. They also provide a wide range of experiences designed to develop key skills in talking, listening, interacting, reading and writing.  Babies and young children benefit from one-to-one story time and small group singing sessions with a sofa or ‘cosy corner’ in each room.  Other activities used to promote these skills include music, art, rhyme, role-play and dancing.

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Every year many of our members of staff join in with the race for life.

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We have apoted a Russia leopard called Leena. All the children love to receive updates and learn more about the species.

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