ABC Day Nursery is spread across five rooms and outside space, providing our children with plenty of opportunities for learning, play and developing their curiosity.
Our Adventurers Room is for our youngest children, aged 0 – 2 years old. We operate a shoe-free policy in this room to ensure we maintain high standards of cleanliness for our little ones. Our nursery staff ensure that our Adventurers learn how to interact with each other and the environment around them, allowing them to develop their social skills and sense of own individuality. We also have a dedicated quiet room for sleeping babies and toddlers.
The Inventors Room is a lively and stimulating space for our 2 – 4 year olds. It is bursting with creative thinking and new ideas! Our staff work with children to develop their curiosity about the world around them, encouraging them to have a go at new activities and support them in preparing for their first school.
We also have recently developed a Curiosity Room, which aims to inspire children to create their own art and designs, using a range of different materials. Each month, our staff choose a new theme for the Curiosity Room which continually challenges our children to express themselves through imaginative thinking. Our Creative Room sees our children exploring their senses and experience different textures, discussing how they feel. For example, our Adventurers have made cornflour paste and sequins!
Children are encouraged to learn excellent table manners and social skills in our Dining Room. Food is made on site by a dedicated qualified cook, using fresh ingredients. We love food at ABC Day Nursery and aim to promote the health and well-being of the children and families by providing healthy, balanced and nutritious meals, snacks and drinks. Children have access to fresh drinking water at all times. Our exciting menus operate on a four week rota, with food sourced weekly from a local greengrocer, butcher and a supermarket. We feature food from different cultures regularly on our menu, to give children the chance to experience something new. We never pressure children, and understand that children need regular and repeated chances to taste new foods. There is always an alternative should your child choose not to eat our food.