Kids adVentures Prestwich
Our Childcare Facilities
The Baby Room (3 – 24 Months)
Our Prestwich Nursery baby area is a bright and airy open space incorporating play areas and quiet areas to suit all needs. Here, babies are given space to learn to explore their environments and are encouraged to develop their senses through a varied range of activities.
Babies in our care receive lots of care and cuddles to ensure they feel loved and secure with the daily routine focusing on the individual requirements of each child. We encourage families to provide pictures so that we can put together family tree displays for each baby ensuring that familiar faces are always on display.
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Little Pre-School (2 – 3 years)
This is where the young turn into little people and it’s an exciting time.
We see their personalities start to shine through and our patient and loving staff will provide lots of care and reassurance.
Our Prestwich Nursery learning environment provides well planned learning experience that encourage lots of child initiated play. Toddlers enjoy a wide range of activities that include messy play, sand, water, music and movement.
Pre-School Forest School (3 years +)
Our pre-school is based out of our dedicated Forest School. This is a safe and enclosed outdoor wooded area complete with a warm pre-school learning room and all of the normal facilities that you would expect from a nursery. The only difference being that we have easy access to lots of fantastic outdoor space and take advantage of this by doing as much learning as possible around nature.
This is the age where children develop skills ready for school. The emphasis is still on care, fun and discovery but we incorporate educational aspects such as number games and independent reading.
Children have access to a wide range of bright and interesting areas inside as well as an interesting and varied outdoor space where we can lean around different themes.
The cosy book corner allows children to read quietly, gaining knowledge of the world at large whilst the ICT equipment gives them the opportunity to experiment with computer technology. Children enjoy keeping active and particularly love our den making area and mud kitchen.
Although independence is actively encouraged the staff are always on hand to extend the learning and provide activities based on the children’s interests. Children leave the nursery confident and ready to continue their journey at school.