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Our rooms

There are four play rooms and the children are divided by age groups. Each room has a room leader that leads a team of qualified nursery staff.

Poppy Room (10 months - 15 months)

This room can hold a maximum of 9 children, on a ratio of 1 staff member to 3 children.

Daisy Room (14/15 months - 2 years)

This room can hold 12 children on a ratio of 1 staff member to 3 children.

Buttercup Room (2 - 3 years)

This room can hold 18 children on a ratio of 1 staff member to 4 children.

Bluebell Room (3 years - until 31st August following the 4th birthday)

This room can hold 24 children on a ratio of 1 staff member to 8 children.

It is important to note that the nursery registration is flexible and the age groups for the rooms can be adapted to meet both the needs of the children and the demands of the nursery. Parents/guardians will always be consulted before their child moves rooms.

Kiddies' Cabin Day Nursery strictly adheres to the adult / child ratios as stipulated by Ofsted.

Routines

The nursery staff will follow the advice and guidance offered by parents in ensuring that their child settles into the nursery. The nursery uses routines for such functions as meal times etc. while at the same time allowing the children to explore their surrounding and initiate their own activities whilst being guided by the staff. The Early Years Foundation Stage places a key emphasis on children learning through play which encourages creative thinking and embraces individual learning styles.

Testimonials

V is leaving to go to school in September 2020.  His development in all aspects has been noticed. His manners and kindness where he says thank you and please has been the most heart warming.

I've benefitted most from parents evening to showcase what V has done and the progress he has made and the summer fetes bringing kids and parents together.

I would like to mention Anaisa, she's V's key carer but I remember when she has joined and was soo quiet, seeing her over time come out of her shell and really be there for the kids is a lovely thing to see. Its difficult to mention one member of staff in particular as all of them have played a positive role during the time V has been at Kiddies' Cabin.

I think the nursery is good value and I definitely recommend Kiddies' Cabin.

I want to thank all the staff at Kiddies' Cabin for the years of happiness. It will definitely be emotional when V leaves and I will forever cherish the memories and I know V will too. Thank you for being there throughout my journey and supportive of my changed circumstances. Fingers crossed, I could be back with a new addition!
 

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