Our June newsletter is here
The children attending Little Dragons enjoy the large garden, surrounded by six foot wooden fences on three sides and four foot picket fencing against the nursery building, twice daily throughout the year. We have climbing facilities, stepping logs, a nature garden, a mud kitchen, large sandpit, ride on toys, balls, hoops, play houses etc. on a rubberised safety surface throughout the main garden.
The under 2’s enjoy the use of a smaller garden surrounded by colourful pencil fencing within the main garden. This garden has a rubberised surface throughout for the babies to play on and is partially shaded by a canopy. They also have a sand pit, wooden tunnel, den area, ride on toys, balls and hoops etc.
Both the 2 to 3 year and the 3 to 5 year rooms have outdoor free flow areas enabling the children to access the outside as an extension to the nursery rooms.
J has always loved playing outside. During his time at the nursery he connected really well to all of the staff but especially Christine. Even when he struggled on some occasions being left for the day the girls would always reassure him. He loves to come home and tell me all about his day.
I always felt that J was safe and well looked after when I left him for the day. If on occasion he was upset on me leaving then I felt confident that when I called later on to see if he had settled he would be fine. On occasions the girls would call me first to reassure me that he was ok, knowing how much I hated leaving him if he was upset.
All the girls have been wonderful in looking after J. J loved his time in the red room with Christine as his key carer. He always speaks well of all the team, Lou Lou and Hayley especially. Now he is in his final year at nursery he really enjoys his time there and will often say at the weekend " is it nursery day today ", that shows me he is happy to attend and that's all I ask for.
Big thanks to everyone who looked after J in his time at Little Dragons. It will be the end of an era for both of us. I hope he gets as much care and attention when he starts school. It's one big happy family! Sorry to be leaving it x