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Ladybird Room

For our youngest children, 0-2 year olds, who prefer to hug the floor, we provide a warm comforting environment with lots of encouragement to support their developmental needs.

Caterpillar Room

As the children gain in confidence and balance, from 2-3 years of age, the caterpillar room provides greater scope for adventure.

Butterfly Room

Our children aged 3 to 9 years will have the butterfly room to themselves for their ‘big boy/girl’ activities as well as accessing all other rooms within the nursery, interacting with siblings and friends in their home from home.