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Morning starts with the hustle and bustle of arrivals, with breakfast

being offered to our lil early birds. Drop off is a crucial time for you

to update us on whether your child has slept or whether they have

woken up upset for any reason.

 

 

 

 

As your child's Key Person will get to know your child well and become

to be their best friend, they will encourage them to join in or select an

activity or area of play that they particularly enjoy.

 

 

 

 

 

We place great importance in eating in ‘family’ groupings, talking

about our meal, and making it a relaxing and enjoyable time for

everyone.

 

 

 

 

 

Play is tiring work!  We will always endeavour to enable your child to

sleep when they want to, and will also work with you to establish a

routine that suits their specific needs.

 

 

 

 

Throughout the afternoon we enjoy a range of activities designed to

enable them to play and explore, discover and grow, learn and

understand. Every activity will be tailored to their liking and they

will be encouraged to build their confidence and understanding

though praise, recognition and support.

 

 

 

 

We sit down to tea, although a little lighter than lunch, this meal still

consists of a healthy main course and a pudding.

 

 

 

 

 

 

When you arrive to take your child home, our nursery teams will be

available to share information about their day, pass on any important

messages and to chat with you about what they are learning and

how they are developing.

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Morning  

Lunch Time

Shhh it is Sleep Time

Afternoon

Tea Time

Home Time

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Cornflakes or weetabix, wholemeal toast, mixed fruit bowl and water.

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Homemade lemon drizzle cake

Example Menu. All menus are available from reception at the beginning of the week

Fresh fruit compote

Pasta Bake with seasonal vegetables

 

Fruit  or mix veg pot -

Celery, Cucumber & carrots

Homemade tomato soup with wholemeal soldiers

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Meal and snack times at Cressington Manor are an important part of the day.

 

They are a time when children will sit down at small set tables and learn new social skills.

 

During this time staff with encourage children to taste new food, hold conversations and aid their independence with cutlery around the dinner table.

 

 

 

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It is an exciting learning journey

       your child goes on between birth

      & 5 years. With EYFS we as your child's  

   carers will ensure your child is healthy, safe

       & develops skills ready for school and  

                             their future.

       What is EYFS?

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At Cressington Manor, we promote the Statutory Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework, which ensures your child's early years experience is fun, happy, active and secure. We are committed to ensuring that:

 

                         children learn through high quality play

                         

                         parent partnerships are encouraged and valued

 

                         you are kept up-to-date with your child’s progress

 

The welfare, learning and development needs of all children, including those with special educational needs and disabilities are nurtured and catered for through our exciting curriculum.

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     will be promoted by

           following the

     7 areas of Learning

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We are committed to healthy eating and ensuring that we deliver the highest quality fresh, nutritious meals and snacks. We believe it is important to ensureall children obtain a balanced diet, with recipes that are healthy, tasty and varied.

 

We ensure each full day has 5 portions of seasonal fruit and vegetables essential for your child's nutritional growth.

 

All of our menus are developed from Annabel Karmel who is a leading expert and best selling author on baby food and nutrition. Prepared fresh each day on the premises in our purpose built kitchen by our in-house Chef.

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