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CRÈCHE


We pride ourselves on our commitment to each of our little ones and on providing a rich range of learning opportunities within a happy, safe and welcoming environment. Our team is dedicated to caring for the little ones entrusted to us as if they were our own.

DAILY PROGRAMME
   
07h00 - 08h00
Children arrive, settle in / Supervised free play / Prayers and Bible Story
Children may arrive anytime between 7h00 and 8h00
08h00 - 08h20
Breakfast
08h20 - 08h30
Toilet routine 
08h30 - 09h00 
Morning ring/songs/rhymes  
09h00 - 09h15 
Toilet routine
09h15 - 09h45
Painting/playdough/puzzles/colouring in and other similar activities
09h45 - 10h00 
Tidy up and prepare for morning snack
10h00 - 11h00
Snack and outside play (weather permitting)
11h00 - 11h15
Toilet routine
11h15 - 12h00 
Structured and/or free play/Story time
12h00 - 12h15 
Lunch
12h15 
Half-day children are dismissed
12h30 - 14h00
Nap time
14h00 - 15h00
Structured and/or free play
15h00 - 15h30 
Afternoon snack
15h30 - 16h30
Free play/music/movement and other similar physical activities
16h30 - 17h00
Story time and wait for parents to arrive
17h00 
School closes for the day
   
Please note that the following meals are provided: breakfast (cooked porridge) and an afternoon snack (e.g sandwich with juice), lunch
(cooked meal).


BABIES/INFANTS (4 months +)


This class is the starting point and foundation for the many years of exciting schooling to follow. We strive to provide a loving ‘home away from home’ for your baby/infant, and pride ourselves on offering a nurturing and stimulating environment for the children during a very important developmental period.

The baby class serves a definite purpose in easing the transition from the nurturing home environment they have been accustomed to and before moving onto the more structured setting of later classes.

Children at this stage should mostly grow the 3 prime development areas first. These are:
•              Communication and language;
•              Physical development; and
•              Personal, social and emotional development.

These prime areas are those most essential for your child’s healthy development and future learning.

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