Aims

We aim to:

Provide a welcoming, safe and caring environment in which everyone can feel happy, secure, valued and respected.

Work in partnership with parents, respecting their knowledge of their child, and to provide support to families where needed.

Provide a variety of learning opportunities that are stimulating and challenging, and allow children to explore, problem solve and become independent learners.

Provide a curriculum that takes account of previous experiences and to build on these experiences.

Recognise that children progress at different rates and to support each child in their individual learning, through regular assessment and observation.

Encourage positive attitude to self and others.

Work in partnership with parents, other agencies and the wider community to support the development of each child.

Ensure all children, parents and staff are treated equally and fairly regardless of gender, racial origin, culture or religion.

Continuously self evaluate the service to help maintain and improve the quality of service provided.

Encourage continuous staff development and provide opportunities for staff to regularly update their skills.