Relationships between children and the staff and children with their peers, are friendly,
warm and supportive. Children have strong emotional attachments to staff that are kind
and attentive to their emotional needs.
Activity planning provides particularly well for children to learn and develop through
physical play. For example, the outdoor climbing frame enables groups of children to experiment
together using their strength and spatial awareness to negotiate the apparatus and each other. Indoors children have a well resourced activity room incorporating a home corner and computer area which the children enjoy exploring.
The setting works hard to develop their partnership with parents which they value and see as an important part of supporting the children’s development.