The Ryleys Nursery opening September 2015
PUBLISHED: 00:00 03 June 2015
Ryleys Preparatory School announces the opening of their new Nursery in September.
From September 2015, The Ryleys will open a new Nursery for children aged 21 months to 3 years old. The new Nursery will lay the foundations for their Ryleys journey and provide them with an outstanding educational experience.
The Nursery will be set in its own purpose-designed premises with child-accessible resources that promote learning and challenge both indoors and out. All this will feature alongside a ‘snuggle down’ area where the children can take a nap during the day in a safe and cosy environment.
Learning through play, the children will follow a tailored curriculum, which will be taught in a fun and engaging way by our dedicated and well-qualified staff. The children will also have access to specialist teaching staff and will have the opportunity to take part in a wide range of activities including ballet and French.
Learning and playing outdoors is so vitally important and the children will have direct access to an outdoor area, which has been designed specifically with their age group in mind. As well as carefully chosen, brand new resources, there will be a nature area to explore in and learn about life beyond the classroom.
Mrs Pinto, Early Years Leader at The Ryleys, said: “Our aim is to create a nursery where every child’s innate passion for discovery is nurtured. We will provide an environment where children and parents feel welcome and secure; laying the foundations upon which children can build a sound education and reach their full potential”
The Nursery will be open from 7.30am until 6pm, 50 weeks of the year. Each day, the children will receive freshly cooked meals using locally sourced produce, cooked by a team of Ryleys’ chefs. Meals, nappies and snacks will all be provided within the cost, and different packages will be available depending on whether a child requires full or half day care.
The Ryleys endorses the principle that effective learning and development for young children requires high-quality care and education.
For further information or to book a visit, please call 01625 583241.