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Bury St. Edmunds
1 Cobb Place, Tassel Road, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP32 7LN
3 months to 5 years
We are in a purpose built, air-conditioned, modern building in the residential area of Moreton Hall. The environment focuses on encouraging children's independence and choice, to support their learning. We encourage exploration, investigation and fun through freedom of choice, child centred activities and adult support and interaction. In order for the children to explore the wider outdoor environment, we offer the opportunity to go on regular outings. The location of the nursery is ideal for walks (several Woodland Trust walks are on our doorstep) and children really enjoy the nature walks and pond visits. Amongst the preschool activities is the opportunity to attend regular water confidence lessons at Bury Leisure Centre which are funded by the nursery. We are open Monday to Friday from 8am to 6pm
Amazing new Ofsted Report in November 2014 saying...
Children form exceptional, caring bonds with their key person, staff and each other. They truly enjoy cuddling up to their key person and curling up in the cosy den with each other to enjoy books. Staff operate a key-person buddy system, where children are assigned another member of staff, along with their key person, who helps them to feel secure and settle well at the nursery. This provides a consistency of care for the children in the event of staff absence. Staff provide children with a wealth of opportunities to develop socially. Children regularly take part in group activities, such as circle time, show and tell and they are encouraged to develop excellent social skills at mealtimes. As a result, children develop high levels of self-confidence. Staff provide an exceptionally, varied range of resources that are highly stimulating and easily accessible. As a result, children develop extraordinary levels of self-esteem and confidence as they make informed choices in their play. Staff obtain very detailed information from parents about children's care routines and needs and ensure they follow these – Ofsted November 2014