Welcome from 3 months to 12 months. We have 1 Staff member to 3 babies.
In our nursery it is our priority to make the baby and parents feel at home. We want to make your transition as stress free as possible, so we have incorporated a complimentary settling in period where we can all get to know one another and also your babies routine.
The baby room is designed to aid your child’s developmental needs. This is achieved by our qualified, experienced and competent staff, and a well-equipped environment.
We have designed a nurturing and creative world in which the babies can flourish. Our team will work with you to ensure that both you and your child settle into your new environment with ease.
We are committed to creating a strong partnership with you and your child to ensure the best start in Crèche life!
The overall development of the baby is so important at this stage of Crèche life, therefore we incorporate activities in the baby room which help to build physical strength and motor coordination with daily experiences that allow infants to practice fine-motor skills, hand/eye coordination, hand and full body movement, and more.
In addition, language and communication development is most profound during a child’s first three years of life while the brain is developing and maturing. First Words activities help develop skills in an environment rich with sounds, sights, and consistent exposure to speech and language
Our baby room staff sing, read, and talk to your child to help him or her with this critical development. Age-appropriate activities promote cognitive and social development in a warm, nurturing environment.
Feelings of confidence, pride, trust, friendship, and humour are all part of social-emotional development. Activities promote early social interactions and conversations, help develop facial expressions to communicate, and support self-identity.
A timetable of activities will be posted on the notice board in the baby room. However this timetable can be adapted to meet the individual needs of each child. Daily diaries will be kept for each child to keep the parents informed of their child’s routine.