At First Class we recognise the importance of making the correct decision about your child's early care and education. Our aim is to provide the best possible care for your child enabling them to acquire the skills, which are so necessary for their future development.
We are dedicated to provide your child with the ultimate loving environment in which to grow. First Class offers a new dimension in care. We lovingly and actively encourage your child to develop socially, emotionally, physically and educationally in safe, thoroughly enjoyable and stimulating purpose built surroundings.
Through structured play, learning will be fun. In line with the Early Years Foundation Stage activities will be appropriate to children's age and ability, thereby developing imagination, creativity, co-ordination, manipulation and confidence. Formal educational activities such as early reading, writing, language and mathematical development work commence as soon as our professional team feel your child is ready.
All our staff are carefully selected, and hold recognised teaching or childcare qualifications. They are all highly experienced, and committed to provide the best possible environment for your child's overall development. We follow our own countywide award winning training programme in order that all our staff are fully aware of current practices and policies relating to the care and development of children.
It is important that your child should feel happy and secure in the nursery environment if they are to develop and benefit fully from all that we offer. We feel that this can best be achieved if there are close links between the home and nursery school. You will be provided with regular reports on your child's progress by your child's key person and we hope that if you have any queries at any time you will feel free to discuss these with them.
Please do not hesitate to contact the nursery if you have any further questions or if you would like to arrange an appointment to view our superb facilities.
Mrs Sharon Goate
Mrs Virginia Baker