Child nursery in Streatham

A Day Nursery and Preschool near you in Streatham
Taking children aged 0 months - 5 years

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About our child nursery in Streatham

Child nursery in Streatham

Our Streatham child nursery is a local child nursery and preschool with a difference. You can come visit us on Prentis Road in Streatham, and we currently have spaces open for more children and parents to come and join us - we're welcoming children aged from 0 months to 5 years. 

 

Why our child nursery?

Our carers and approach is what makes us stand out. We combine the best of traditional nursery learning. In a fantastic, modern space in Streatham, along with new learning and developmental techniques based on Forest School principles. 

We can take care of your baby or child/children from 7:30am-6:30pm Monday-Friday, minimum 10 hours a day (we are flexible about these timings).

 

We're happy to discuss our daycare nursery in Streatham fees once you're ready. Childcare vouchers and government funding are welcome.

 

Ofsted Number: EY561211 

The Forest School movement is growing rapidly and emphasises learning and development through play and activities in the natural world, by channelling children's natural enthusiasm for space and plants and animals.  Children in forest schools still follow the EYFS Development Matters guidance as to how they should be developing. In practice the learning is about allowing children as much freedom as possible without putting themselves in danger, so that their curiosity leads them into learning and developing friendships with guidance from the educators, not instruction.

 

Some practical examples of how a Forest School education works include the ability to learn about the different seasons by being out in them, classifying things by size by finding parent and child insects, combining music and materials by helping children fashion simple instruments to hit or blow into out of different types of wood and comparing them, and teaching mathematics without seeming to by getting the children to work out how many more sticks are needed for the fire or how long a log needs to be to make a good see-saw. 

 

Forest School isn’t just for toddlers and pre-schoolers. Babies with us are fully involved in the outdoor learning and development and have their own special baby forest school carers to help them get the most from their natural curiosity in nature.

 

At Growing Beans we fully embrace the Forest School movement, but not completely at the expense of other ways of learning, so we strike a balance and make the most of a variety of opportunities for learning and development. This means we also spend some time at our base, doing music, reading stories, singing, dancing, arts and crafts and so much more. We look forward to welcoming you to our happy family.

What makes a Forest School ethos?

How is it magical for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers?

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What ages do you care for?

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Pinto Beans

0 to 18/24 month old babies 

For our littlest beans we offer the premium home away from home experience. We understand that these formative months require extra care and attention and therefore strive to provide an environment that our young learners feel loved, nurtured and encouraged. 

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Broad Beans

24 to 36 months toddlers

As our beans grow we introduce new activities, challenges and themes promoting personal growth and self-confidence. We provide a stimulating environment with hands on sensory experiences including gardening, dress up, nature outing and more. 

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Runner Beans

36 months plus children

Our biggest runner beans prepare for life beyond nursery. We aim to challenge and inspire through homework activities, introduction to languages and maths. We assess the specific development of each child and provide an enriching learning experiences contingent upon their individual interests. 

How will your child learn?

  •  ✓Circle Time – we use singing and finger rhymes to develop children’s vocabulary

  • ✓Free Play – with nudging and encouragement, this allows the children to explore their own interests and instincts

  • ✓Messy Play – working with water, cornflower etc. to discover textures and shapes 

  • ✓Story Time – by following along with the pictures they begin to grasp the fun of written words

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A Typical Baby Day... 

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Care at Growing Beans is holistic. We spend lots of time reading stories, playing music and singing songs with our babies. There are lots more planned activities and games on offer.

 

For example, Spanish and a singing and action class run by adventure box. We follow different themes each month and do a wide range of arts and grafts, sports, outdoor games and more. 

Toddler Time!

As part of our Forest School ethos, outdoor learning is a huge part of our our learning and development. We get the children out every day for a nature walk to Tooting Bec common where we will do some child led activities, athletic tracks for sports running, ball games or other physical activities and visiting the Library. 

We also do a wide range of arts and grafts, sports such as tennis, outdoor games and so much more.

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Our typical baby timetable

7:30-8:30

Breakfast & nappy changing

8:30-9:15

Singing songs & reading stories

9:15-9:30

Nappy change

9:30-10:00

Morning snack time

10:00-11:15

Outdoor Time 

11:15 - 11:30

Nappy change

11:30-12:00

Lunch

12:00-1:30

Nap time

1:30-2:00

Wake up & Nappy change

2:00-3:00

Spanish, messy play & one-on-one activities

3:00-3:30

Free play & nappy change 

3:30-4:00

Tea time

4:00-5:00

Outdoor time

5:00-5:30

Free play & kitchen play (baking etc.)

5:30-6:00 

Snack time & nappy change

6:00-6:30

Free play & home time

What your Toddlers will get up to...

2:30-3:30

Tennis (Mon), Ballet (Tues), Library (Weds), Spanish (Frid)

3:30-4:00

Tea time

4:00-4:30

Free play 

4:30-5:30

Activity & Outdoor activity

5:30-6:00

Snack time

6:00-6:30

Free play & home time

7:30-9:00

Breakfast & free play

9:00-9:30

Circle time, group time, self-registration & morning snack

9:30-11:30

Outdoor time & activity

11:30-12:30

Lunch

12:30-1:30

Reading time, phonics, show & tell

1:30-2:30

Free play (arts & crafts, puzzles, sand, construction, water, sensory play & messy play)

Meet The Site Managers

Child nursery Streatham manager

Tinesha Atkins
Nursery Manager

Streatham child nursery Deputy Manager

Wakai
Deputy Manager