With a beautiful open plan space and access to the outdoors every day, toddlers are busy painting, splashing, building and making new friends.
This unique stage of children’s development needs knowledgeable, playful and empathetic adults to help toddlers develop socially and emotionally. We’re here to support parents too with sound advice to help you through toilet training, tantrums and food phases to name a few!
The play experiences we plan for toddlers have children’s social skills as a central focus to help support their growing sense of independence and to encourage confidence and self-esteem. We make sure children have lots of opportunities to join in and, through play, help them to understand other people’s thoughts and feelings, always encouraging tolerance and modelling positive ways of treating others.
Toddlers are very busy people – language development, new found pretend play, independence, developing control over their own bodies, learning to be together, emotional highs and lows and repeated patterns of play… phew… just a few of the things that occupy our day!
Naomi, our Toddler Room Supervisor, along with her staff bring years of knowledge and experience working with this age range. They understand that parents might need support or just a friendly chat about the latest development or challenge in their toddler’s life. By encouraging open and honest communication, practitioners and parents can work together, enabling us to provide the very best care for your toddler.