Our Teddy Tots sessions are for younger children from 2 1/2 to 3 years old.
Cost £12.90 per session
Teddy Tots Sessions
These sessions run from;
- September to December on Mondays & Wednesdays from 12.30 p.m. to 3.00 p.m.
- From Term 3 (after Christmas), sessions run on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons
- We may also operate on a Tuesday afternoon depending on numbers.
Our Teddy Tots sessions are for younger children. There are lots of toys inside and outside for the children to play with and a mixture of group activities and individual play. We use the early years curriculum to develop their learning and help them socialise with others.
As the children on these sessions are so young and develop at different rates, we suggest that parents visit us with their child before starting. We will then work with them to help with the settling in process.
From the following September, all children attending Teddy Tot Sessions will be offered morning Rising School Sessions.
Although staff keep to the start and end of sessions times, other timings are approximate and may be influenced by other activities etc. occurring during the sessions.
12.30 p.m. – Children and parents are welcomed at the door, following a period of settling from their carer, children engage in free play.
2.00 p.m. – Children are invited to attend the snack area.
2.30 p.m. – Children are encouraged and assisted to tidy away toys (etc.).
2.40 p.m. – End of session group time.
3.00 p.m. – Parents collect children from their allocated room.
Teddy Tots Term 2
A warm welcome to Term 2, staff will continue to spend time getting to know the children and their parent/carers. This allows us to plan activities to suit each individual child ‘s needs, interests and strengths. We will continue with a ‘Nursery Rhyme of the Week’ so that children can experience the ‘rhythm’ of language. Please see below, for the rhymes we will be learning this term: We will also be exploring colours during the term.
Early Years Foundation Stage
The provision for children’s learning and development is guided by the Early Years Foundation Stage (DfE 2012). Our provision reflects the four guiding themes and principles of the Early Years Foundation Stage.