At Ascot included in your fees:-

 

  • Free play – am and pm of Invitations or provocations to play that encourage the children to independently practice skills that they have been previously taught, experiment and explore, learning as they play. Using their natural curiosity to inspire their play and learning with adults on hand to support and aid them as required.

  • Snack - at 9 am which can be anything from toast, croissants, naan bread, pitta bread, toasted muffins, crumpets, pancakes, fruit or cereal. They are offered milk to drink and we can offer alternatives to dairy-free children.

  • Lunch - at 11.30-12 depending on the mornings' activities. Lunch is provided by Slice of Pie and arrives hot and ready to serve. The food is nutritionally balanced for children of this age and is made from scratch. They offer a variety of food introducing the children to different flavours. They can provide puree for those weaning and can cater for all allergies and cultural requirements. Please see their example menus and look at what sort of lunches are provided throughout each season at Slice of pie .

  • Wipes - unless your child requires a specific brand. In which case we would ask that you provide these. Parents are asked to provide their child’s nappies.

  • Activities and experiences - in the morning and afternoon and all the resources that this requires. Developing an awe and wonder of the world around them. As well as using their interests and learning needs in our planning. Using both the learning, enabling environments, inside and out and the local community and all it offers. Come along and see the variety of activities and experiences we offer.

  • French lessons - for the 3-5-year-olds every Wednesday during term time. Giving the children a fun lesson whilst introducing them to another language with songs and activities.

  • Outdoor play - We believe in getting the children out into the garden on a daily basis if possible. We use this space as an extended classroom and enabling environment. We often take the children out for walks to the park, to the library, shops or to feed the ducks.

  • Care Home Visits - The staff and children have forged links with the local care home. This helps the children with their understanding of the world around them.

  • Tea - at 4 pm is provided by Slice of Pie and arrives hot and ready to serve. The food is nutritionally balanced for children of this age and is made from scratch. They offer a variety of food introducing the children to different flavours. They can provide puree for those weaning and can cater for all allergies and cultural requirements. Please see their example menus and look at what sort of lunches are provided throughout each season at Slice of pie .

  • Supervision and safety – The children are allowed to experiment and explore in the safety that the adults are constantly supervising and assessing the safety and needs of the children.

  • Cleanliness and hygiene – Staff maintain the nursery cleanliness even during messy activities, which are allowed to occur and then cleaned up. They also regularly damp dust and clean toys ensuring that the risk of infection is limited.

  • Family environment – All staff partake in the care of all children but special bonds are made with key workers. This ensures that when these key people are absent the children are confident and settled with those that step in. Children also develop close relationships with other children, treating others much as siblings would, all helping the children form relationships with others and helping them with future relationship building.

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