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Children form warm relationships with their teachers and key workers. They settle quickly because effective routines are in place. This ensures that children feel safe

Parents are very positive about the school

Children learn how to listen and take turns because adults model this well

Children learn important self-care practices at the right time. For example, children learn how to put their coat and shoes on and to use the potty or toilet independently

The excellent outdoor area, which includes a Forest School, makes an outstanding contribution to children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.


Staff prioritise stories right from the start. The introduction of core books consolidates and extends children’s reading knowledge over time. Older children love re-enacting stories and using new vocabulary in their play

Every day is a ‘wellies on’ day; children are excited and curious to explore outside whatever the weather. Staff encourage children to try things out for themselves, but they are always there to provide a helping hand

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