At Bluebells Nursery we cater for new-born babies through to children of 5 years old.
We have created a happy and safe atmosphere with excellent facilities for the children to explore in an attractive and welcoming surrounding. A place where you can feel assured knowing that your child is in a “Home From Home” setting.
We aim to help all children mix and develop socially through a wide range of experiences and activities in a happy, safe environment. Every child is unique, and whilst some children settle into nursery life very quickly, others require a longer period. We therefore provide a tailored experience to ensure your child is supported to this adjustment and becomes comfortable and confident in the environment.
Security is of paramount importance to us, which is why we have staff to meet and greet all parents and children at the door in the mornings, and escorting them off the building premises when they are ready to leave.
"Bluebells has provided a wonderful caring experience for both my children. The advanced development encouraged by staff for each child is second to none."
— Marion (Parent)
We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage framework (EYFS). This is a statutory framework which sets the standards for learning, development and care for children from birth to five years. We have designed our curriculum to support the growth and development of each child, and have a designated SENCO officer. We also have staff trained in First Aid, Safeguarding plus more.
We also operate a “key person” system, which means your child is allocated their own key person who is responsible for nurturing their developmental stages. All staff attend regular courses in order to reinforce and keep up-to-date with any regulatory changes and good practice.
We operate a staff to child ratio which ensures that your child will receive the care and attention they need to thrive:
Children aged 0 to 2 years = 1 adult to every 3 children
Children aged 2 to 3 years = 1 adult to every 4 children
Children aged 3 to 5 years = 1 adult to every 8 children