Rabbits

As a Rabbit, your child will continue their social emotional and physical development, and this room becomes a hive of activity.  The room is set up to help encourage independence and freedom of choice and half all the areas of the squirrel and much more.  All the equipment in this room and the planned activities promote sharing at group play as well as developing each child’s independence.  The children are also, usual potty training during their time in this room and they have free access to both potty’s and toilets as they move away from nappies.  

As your child turns 3 years of age, they will continue to follow the EYFS and working towards becoming ’school ready’.  Whilst still learning through play and having fun, there is a more structured routine, with children working in groups and becoming accustomed to paying attention for longer periods of time. Our preschoolers are encouraged to become more independent, inquisitive and have a love for learning. Being outdoors is a large part of nursery life and preschoolers spend as much time in the fresh air as they can manage, and the free-flow access to the garden supports this.