Learn & Explore The World In a Variety Of Ways
Day In The life
So what’s it like to be a Curious Cub?
- Puzzles, books and a literacy area
- Wooden houses that can fit 1 - 2 children. This provides a quiet space for a child to be alone or with another friend. Children sit in the houses reading their portfolio or a book
- Blocks, duplo and lego
- Children can help themselves to paper, pens, paints, pencils, felts, staplers, scissors
- Using a variety of activities they can create their own art
- There is also playdough, clay, and slime!
- This is a large open area with musical instruments, and speakers to play music for dancing
- This includes a home corner with a kitchen, table, beds and cots and dolls, as well as dress up costumes
- Audio stories
- Teachers read to children
- There are many times a day when children can listen to a story.
- Bike track with bikes
- Water play
- Mud kitchen for cooking outside
- Boxes and planks to develop gross motor development
- Ladders they can go across to develop upper and lower body development
- Carpentry area
- Book corners are also set up outside
We believe that by nurturing children’s natural curiosity, we can prepare them for a lifetime of learning.
Because we want children to learn and explore the world in a variety of ways, we incorporate a variety of activities. Our team helps children choose which activities they want to engage in, and guides and encourages them.
As a result, their confidence grows and they learn new skills and knowledge in a fun and supportive way.
Roar, explore, play and snore in a fun, safe and supportive environment.
Learning & Nutrition
We realise the pressures working parents face getting out the door in the morning! So we take care of all meals so you don’t have to worry about making lunch.
Dedicated cooks at each centre prepare fresh, seasonally-inspired meals, full of vegetables. We prepare delicious meals that even picky eaters like, so don’t worry if your child is a fussy eater.
We serve nutritious lunches, so you can give your child eggs and toast at night knowing they’ve eaten a balanced meal during the day!
We can cater to a wide range of dietary requirements including vegan, vegetarian, halal, and gluten free diets. As well as ensuring the safety of children with allergies.
Home baking is enjoyed by the children in the afternoons.
By baking or preparing soup, Children can also get involved in cooking.
All the senses are engaged while learning about measurements, ingredients and mixing with these activities.
Also, they are more eager to eat the finished product when they are actively involved in the cooking process.