Sneakers Childcare Nurseries
Little Sneakers at Studley
46 Node Hill,
The Studley Nursery is situated in a lovely location, is registered for 30 children, and offers the following facilities:
A beautiful room well stocked with stimulating toys, including an interactive, colour changing bubble tube and activities to encourage your child's development. Staff care for your child, based upon their individual needs, in a routine outlined by you.
Little Learner's Room
Once your child is up and about they will move through to the Little Learner's room. The toddlers gain in confidence as they are encouraged to explore their new surroundings. The children take part in new experiences, including arts and crafts, as well as developing their fine and gross motor skills before the big step to Pre - School.
A spacious floor consisting of a colourful play area, an ICT room, a stimulating sensory area, and a well stocked art room within the conservatory area. The children are encouraged to free flow between these areas and to take advantage of the various play opportunities such as a lovely role play area and a quiet book area. In addition, there is a wide selection of games and puzzles on offer, and creative and messy play media available daily which staff use, through play, to help the children to learn about letters, shapes, colours and the world around them. The children take part in daily discussions about issues such as the weather and have the chance to share their 'news'. The children join in with stories and singing in order to further develop their confidence and independence in preparation for "Big School".
There is a large enclosed area, securely fenced, with lots of stimulating areas. Areas include a large paved area which is ideal for sit and ride toys, many lawned areas which play host to a range of climbing equipment as well as a large mound which incorporates underground tunnels - perfect for hide and seek! We have also added a "Nature Kingdom" that encourages the children to join in and explore the natural world. Activities include bug hunting, den making and wood work. Also music, threading, planting and drawing areas have been included in the garden so there really is something for everyone. Staff also take the children out on walks as much as possible in a bid for them to explore within their local community.