Kids adVentures Salford
Our Childcare Facilities
The Baby Room (3 – 24 Months)
Our Salford Baby room is a large, bright space with lots of natural light. There’s plenty of room and facilities for our babies to explore and learn at their own pace.
We utilise lots of natural resources to create quiet areas for relaxation and specific areas for sensory play utilising light, sound and touch.
Our specialist team create opportunities for our babies to experience different sensory play activities from using soft materials and colours through to painting and using foam to allow the children to experience different sensations.
Our babies have a key person based on who they bond with when they start with us and receive lots of care and cuddles throughout the day. Each child’s routine is based on what they are use to at home so that we keep the child in a routine that suits their home life.
Toddlers (2 – 3 years)
As our children start to grow into toddlers and become more physically independent we provide lots of activities to stimulate their growing curiousity.
We have a large dedicated indoor space full of natural resources all at child level meaning the children can learn and play at their own pace. We set up daily focused activities based on the children’s interests, these can range across topics from dinosaurs to learning about foods, we work in small enough groups to ensure that every child has the opportunity to express and explore their interests.
Toddlers also have access to a large outdoor play area where they go out every day. Here we utilise trikes, a clmbing wall, a slide and climbing frame as well as a host of natural resources for learning.
Pre-School (3 years +)
Pre-school is an environment where the children thrive, there is an emphasis here on learning through play. Again we utilise lots of natural resources, but here the focus may be on counting leaves, learning about nature or balancing on a log.
We use the Early Years Foundation Stage learning guidance in everything we do as at this stage we focus on getting the children ready for the transition into school.
We still focus on fun, discovery and caring for the children but there is more of an emphasis on learning. This is through fun activity to ensure the children enjoy the experience and will involve activities like number games and independent reading.
We provide nutritious, tasty and exciting food to suit all diets.
We have our own chef on site who cooks the children’s meals in our in-house cafe. All our meals are produced using fresh ingredients some of which are grown by our volunteers just up the road at our dedicated garden – Garden Needs.
We are part of the Early Years Nutrition Partnership – a scheme where an independent nutritionist has assessed our menus to ensure the balance of nutrients is appropriate for growing children of this age.
We are able to cater for all different types of diets and regularly cook vegan and vegetarian alternatives as well as cooking specifically for different allergies.
Examples of the food that we serve include:
Pasta with tomato and hidden veg sauce
Butternut Squash Scones
Butter chicken/vegetable curry
Mediterranean vegetable and bean hotpot
Healthy banana flapjacks
Pitta pockets with homemade houmous
Cherry berry crumble
Roasted sweet potato and carrot soup
Come and take a look
To come and have a look around contact us on:
Tel: 0161 212 4965