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Down the hall, our butterfly room offers your child the perfect environment for the really important business of making friends and finding their place in the world.

Sharing, being kind and acknowledging feelings while celebrating personal achievements will be a daily occurance.

Playing in small groups with professional, well qualified adults will support children's recognition and development of these qualities.

Celebrating festivals and various cultures, is our way of exploring national diversity and stretching our experiences, we are able to do this with children individually or in groups of three or four, building children's confidence in trying new things.

Active play is essential for this age group and as well as our own garden to explore, we access the local woodland on a regular basis. A large proportion of our staff are trained in bush craftand outdoor 1st Aid, so delivering learning outdoors is just as natural to us as being indoors with all the wonderful resources we have there. Curriculum for Excellence offers a framework of learning for children ages 3 to 18, covering laguages, mathematics, health and wellbeing, science, religion asnd moral studies, expressive arts, social studies and technologies and it is our privilege to provide the building blocks for your child's future academic achievements in a fun filled, play centred environment.