The Baby Room has its own garden which allows the babies to free-flow. We ask parents to provide nappies and milk formulas which we will label and only use for your child. We do not have a set routine as we try to follow your routine from home, meeting the individual needs of the children we are caring for; however lunch is served at 11.30 and tea is at 3.30.
Our Tweenies have a large room which leads out to the main garden. They have a nappy changing room and toilet to support toilet training as and when they are ready. The Tweenies children have the opportunity to sleep after their lunch has gone down. We have small beds which we place out with fresh bedding for them to sleep on.
The Tweenies love to garden and once they have grown something they love to cook with what they have grown.
Pre-School have two rooms upstairs and can free-flow across the two rooms, down the stairs and into the garden. We free—flow throughout the year and ask parents to provide appropriate clothing. We are very lucky to have parents who come in and share what they do at work with us and we go on outings most months to places such as the zoo, local museums or to the library to borrow books.
Here at Cambridge Day Nursery we are very lucky to have a wonderful garden and even a forestry garden. We have developed our own mud kitchen within the garden and will be offering forest schooling activities such as den building and natural trail walks.
At Cambridge Day Nursery we adopt a flexible approach to daily routine. Instead of following a fixed schedule that could not suit every child, we try to adapt to your home routine and support this as far as possible within the nursery environment.
- Drop off from 8am and morning snack
- Morning activities such as sand, water, adult led activities open
- The garden is always open for children to play in, regardless of the weather
- Sleep time for those who need a sleep
- Afternoon activities, such as painting and small world play
- Tea time
"CDN have been fantastic with our daughter who has special health needs. Jessie loves nursery and comes home full of stories of her friends: not bad for a girl just over 2."