Poppy Playroom ~ 10 months to 1 year 3 months

~ Staff Members ~

Arlene Tagupa ~ LSA
Arlene Tagupa ~ LSA
Bachelor in Elementary Education
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~ Playrooms ~ Creative Notice Boards ~

Poppy playroom. A range of suitable toys and equipment for the age and stage of development      Poppy playroom. Colourful under the sea themed topic with a range of safe and fun toys      Poppy playroom. Individual feeding high chairs provided for each toddler      Poppy playroom. Mirror with a bar to encourage walking. Comfortable chair for breast or bottle feeding      Poppy playroom. Safe tables, storage for lots of learning through play toys      Poppy playroom. Toys that make noise! Toys suitable for little hands to learn      8. Foot painting Dipping Duck with the toddlers and the Key Person.      7. Creative notice boards changed weekly.  Down at the farm.      6. Art work hand painting Zippy Zebra with the toddlers Key Person      5. Creative notice boards changed weekly. Visit to the zoo.
Poppy playroom. A range of suitable toys and equipment for the age and stage of development

 

 

 

 

  • Registered experienced HAAD qualified Nurse on duty from 8 am to 5 pm daily.
  • Certified child care Floor Supervisor responsible for 4 playrooms for staff, babies and toddlers.
  • Qualified child care staff with many hours of experience and Personal Professional Development (PPD) in house training.
  • Colourful playroom with pretty wall paintings of the themed topic – Under the sea fishes.
  • Key person allocated for each baby and toddler.
  • 6 spaces for toddlers in this playroom. 3 toddlers to 1 staff member.
  • Daily records of the drinking, eating, sleeping and nappy changes recorded.
  • Fridges provided for toddlers personal milk bottles and food stuffs.
  • Walking bar by the mirror to encourage standing, walking and communication.
  • Separate sleeping area with individual cots – Sheets and blankets provided.
  • Sensory toys with development in mind.
  • Twice weekly singing, instruments and movement planned for to encourage English language communication skills.
  • Following the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) for the learning and development of each age and stage.
  • Weekly fun with finger, hand and foot paintings.
  • Settling in observations sent to all parents after 6 weeks.
  • A Learning Journey book is prepared for every child – a weekly photograph and sample of the babies/toddlers creative art are placed in the book for parents to view.

 

For further booking details contact the administration office – Registrar 037612204 extension 159