Soar With Us The Eagley Way

The “Eagley Way” aims to give the very highest quality childcare from birth to five years of age by providing a loving secure environment, where every unique child will be stimulated by their surroundings enabling them to learn and flourish. It’s a very special journey, “The Eagley Journey!”

The Baby Room

The Baby Room

Welcoming babies as young as 6 weeks old, our nurturing Baby Room promotes a calming place in which babies feel loved and emotionally secure.

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The Toddler Room

The Toddler Room

Around the age of two, children progress to our bright and colourful Toddler room, where the children are stimulated by a rich variety of activities.

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The Pre-School Room

The Pre-School Room

Pre-schoolers are eager little sponges, so this room offers defined play areas bursting with learning opportunities for them to soak up.

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The latest news from Eagley School House Nurseries

INFLUENZA ADVICE

Eagley School House Nurseries have received advice regarding influenza/influenza type illness.  Seasonal flu vacination uptake has been very low this year.  “Catch it, Bin it, Kill it” Affected individuals must stay away from school or nursery until they are free of symptoms and are feeling well.  Children or adults with symptoms of diarrhoea or vomitting should stay away from school or nursery until they are

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“What to expect and When”

Due to popular demand at the recent Parent Information Evenings held across both nurseries please find further information in relation to parents guidance to childrens learning and development in the early years foundation stage. “What to Expect and When”. The Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) sets out the learning and development stages for children as they grow from birth to five years. For those

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BRITISH VALUES

Last year senior management attended briefings in relation to PREVENT DUTY.  Basically the aim of this training was to encourage schools and childcare providers to work in partnership with parents, staff and external agencies to ensure protocols are in place to build children’s resilience to radicalisation and to encourage fundamental British Values.  Staff at Nursery also undertook on-line training in this area. In order to

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