Welcome to Topsie Rabbit Kindergarten - caring for children for 25 years
SUMMER FETE - Raised £527.80
Leavers Concert Mon 14 July 1.45pm - Methodist church.
Ofsted March 2014 - quoted - Children are: happy and settled, develop a strong sense of belonging, behave well, enjoy their time, feel secure, are well cared for, develop a strong sense of belonging, develop increasing independence. Staff: are enthusiastic and work well together as a team, use a clear assessment system, promote children's healthy lifestyles well, approachable and supportive, know children extremely well as individuals, meet every child's needs well, ask questions and encourage children to think, have good understanding of how to protect children from harm, children are well supervised to keep them safe. Improvements: Sand pit area completed Oct 13 / Den Building Feb 14 / Mud Kitchen April 14 - ALL COMPLETED Advanced bookings very high, please call for viewing, completed initial registration guarantee's your place.
Topsie Rabbit covers all 7 areas of the (EYFS) Early Years Foundation Stage through active learning and play. Activities on offer include messy play, sand, water, art and craft activities, natural and malleable materials, cooking, specific job roles - risk assessor/weather person/ postman to name but a few.
There is an ICT area, quiet/book corner, role play, music sessions, cookery, small world and a wide variety of table top, floor equipment and DMP (Developmental Movement Play). The children’s learning is extended through visiting local places of interest such as the museum, library, vets and shops.
Topsie children take part in an annual sports day, a leavers concert, a day trip with their parent/carer, a Summer fete, Christmas party, swimming and/or forest school (subject to availability).
Topsie encourages parental involvement and offers frequent information evenings, stay and play, meetings with key person, home targets, and viewing of your child's Learning Journey as often as parents wish.
During our sessions we offer healthy snacks with plenty of fruit and vegetables, some of which the children have grown. Children are encouraged to be independent learners by helping prepare their own snack and gain knowledge of general health and safety by risk assessing their play area daily. A summer holiday club runs subject to demand.