Our Beehive Lane Nursery, Ilford

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Nursery Information

Our Ilford nursery is located close to Gants Hill Station. The nursery is open all year round from 8.00am to 6.00pm, Monday to Friday (excluding Christmas week and bank holidays), and provides childcare and education for babies and young children from the age of three months to five years.

Our fees include a nursery backpack and all meals and extra curricular activities.

We understand that choosing a nursery for your child is one of the most difficult decisions that you will have to make. It is therefore important that you visit different nurseries in the area to find the one that’s right for you. If you would like to arrange a visit or a trial session, then please contact us by telephone or e-mail, or pop into the nursery. You are welcome at any time.

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229-231 Beehive Lane, Ilford, Essex IG4 5EB
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8.00am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday
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    See what happens at our Beehive Lane, Ilford Nursery

    SUMMER TERM 2021

    St George’s Day – Friday 23 April
    Celebrate our patriotic day by joining in with our red and white dressing up theme. We will be making flags and playing lots of traditional games.

    Messy Play Madness – Wednesday 28 April
    We will be hosting a day of messy fun with lots of creative messy trays for the children to have fun with!

    Eid Al Fitr – Wednesday 12 May
    We will be making moon cards, paper lanterns and lots of sweet treats for the children to take home.

    Father’s Day – Friday 18 June
    The children will be making cards and gifts for all their wonderful daddies to take home ready for Father’s Day on Sunday.

    Teddy Bears Picnic – Friday 25 June
    The children are welcome to bring in their favourite teddies from home for a very special teddy bears picnic in the garden.  The children will be making yummy sandwiches to share with their teddies!

    International Friendship Day – Friday 30 July
    We will be celebrating friendships by making friendship bracelets and cards to give to our special friends at nursery.

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    Young children’s learning is often driven by their interests. Our curriculum planning is flexible to ensure we use their interests to encourage and motivate them to learn.

    We encourage the children to develop their phonological awareness and a love of books. Our aim is to help children understand the meaning of ‘print’ and its many different purposes, whilst expanding their vocabulary and understanding.

    We help the children to build confidence in social situations. We encourage increasing independence and a sense of responsibility when being with others. We encourage the children to use their decision making skills, for example, when deciding what to eat.

    We introduce children to computers and basic Maths and English software in pre-school, so that by the time they go to school, they are familiar with using a mouse and keyboard.

    The curriculum is a top level plan of everything we want the children to learn. The curriculum needs to be ambitious to help the children build their learning.

    It’s vital for children to spend time outdoors every day, to get lots of fresh air, run around, climb, jump, play and develop a lifelong love of exercise. Our gardens are equipped with fun and interesting resources for the children to enjoy.