You want to give your child the best start in life - and so do we. Fledglings Nurseries provide a safe and happy environment where babies, toddlers and pre-school children receive quality care, individual attention and stimulation.

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Fledglings Nursery
Ashlyns Hall Estate
Chesham Road

T: 01442 864777
E: MaryannDennehy@bmcare.co.uk

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Goslings (2 Years - 3 Years)

children 2-3yrs

At Fledglings, we recognise that education begins in the home. We work closely with parents to provide continuity in their child's progress.

Key persons care for children in small groups at this age, but still have a close relationship with each individual child.  They remain at the centre of curriculum provision, ensuring that the learning environment is designed for a child's particular needs and interests.

Each day, children take part in shared activities which help develop language and other early skills such as counting and colour recognition. They're also encouraged to play a role in the domestic routine of the day, making their own contribution to the nursery group.

The Goslings children have a large room within the nursery to play.  The room is divided into several areas including construction, quiet/reading, literacy, mathematics and a large themed role play area.  The children are encouraged to participate in planned, adult led activities and also to initiate play of their own choice.

The Goslings children play in the garden on a daily basis, and staff also plan activities for the children to participate in using the large outdoor classroom.  The outdoor classroom enables year long outdoor play and learning to occur, even in the typical British weather!

Each key person will complete your child's two year check, linking with the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.  Your child's key person will meet and discuss the two year check with parents, who are encouraged to take the results to meetings with your child's GP or Health Visitor.

Goslings staff work closely with parents to help the children as they learn and develop, for example whilst potty training and transitioning to not sleeping during the day.

stimulated and encouraged