Every day at Nina's Nurseries is filled with a range of individual and group activities that are centred around the individual interests of each child.  
The children enjoy music, creative art, story time, singing, messy play, baking and physical play, trips out and about in the community, finding out about the world we live in and so much more. 
In each of our rooms we have created a safe, caring and nurturing environment that supports every child’s growing need for independence and plays a vital part in children’s well-being. The rooms have a natural home like feel that is comforting for the children. 
We provide a stimulating and individualised curriculum that focuses on the development of the whole child. Our curriculum is rich in sensory exploration and the children are encouraged to explore the natural world, both inside and outside, through hands on activities. Babies thoroughly enjoy exploring the treasure baskets, whilst toddlers busy themselves in activities that are challenging yet simple and achievable. 
The materials we offer the children are real and natural which helps the children to make connections between their learning experiences and reality. Some of our nurseries have a separate sensory room specifically designed to focus on senses such as touch, vision, sound, smell and taste. Our sensory rooms create an environment that can be a soothing calm area or an exciting and engaging interactive experience. 

One of the first things you will notice in each of our nurseries is that they look inviting and enticing, not only to children but adults too. 

We believe the children should feel a sense of belonging at nursery and therefore every room includes child sized furniture and resources accessible at their level. The resources and furniture we use are designed to encourage independence and foster children’s self-confidence. In keeping with our overall philosophy and approach to early years teaching, the environment too is influenced by a range of children’s theorists and pedagodgies including Montessori, Reggio and the Curiosity Approach. 
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