A baby's brain grows most rapidly in the first twelve months of life and this is a critical period for learning. A baby’s brain is hard-wired, based on the life experiences they have already faced. These experiences often don’t seem like much to adults, but it’s these early encounters that lay the foundation for future intellectual and emotional development.
As a child grows between 12 - 24 months, they will develop important fine motor skills and gross motor skills. Their balance, climbing and running will develop rapidly. During this stage, they will show greater independence.Read More
This is the age where your child will experience dramatic change, as they develop from a dependent baby to a much more independent child. As they reach our Tweenies room and progress along their path to Pre-School, the children’s communication skills develop and they move with purpose, asserting themselves effectively.Read More
As children progress to a stage more developed than toddlerhood, but not quite Pre-School age, our aim is to introduce a structure and pace to our classes. Our Mini Pumpkins room is the beginning of their educational journey so we introduce a style of teaching that will be developed as they progress through their final years with Little Pumpkins Nursery and then on to Primary School.Read More
Our Pumpkins classroom marks the final year of the Little Pumpkins Nursery curriculum, which has been specifically designed to ensure your child develops and learns at the expected rate in order to prepare them for a lengthy and successful school career. Our professional learning programme is dedicated to ensuring that your child academic basics that your child needs.Read More