Day Nursery for 1 - 5 year Olds
All Children Welcome
Mill Hall Day Nursery is approved and regulated by Ofsted. In September 2008 the government introduced the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (EYFS) -this replaces the Birth to Three Matters (0-3 years olds) and the Foundation stage (3-5 year olds).
The EYFS continues to cover the 6 areas of learning which are:
The principals which guide the work of all early years practitioners are grouped into four themes they are:
These four guiding themes work together to underpin effective practise in the delivery of the EYFS. When your child joins Mill Hall they will be allocated a ‘key worker’ who will keep a ‘Learning Journey’ of achievements of your child through observations, photos, drawings and conversations with yourselves and/or carers. Please ask if you require any further information
‘My son attended Mill Hall for nearly four years and my daughter has been here for two years. In my view Mill Hall is an excellent nursery. The staff are caring and attentive and the environment is warm, compassionate and stimulating. They have wonderful fun on their walks and the facilities inside and outside are superb.’
V Thorne, Haywards Heath
‘Alexander was at Mill Hall for two and a half years and has had a fabulous time! We are so impressed with the love and care shown to Alexander as well as the obvious fun he has been having! Thank you all so much, we are very sad it is our last day. Good Luck for the next two years when Alexanders younger brother is old enough to come to you!’
H Drane,Haywards Heath
‘You have always gone that extra mile in caring for Ella and the other children, the ‘Mill Hall Olympics’ the library visits, the visit from the Fire Brigade, helping at the Harvest Festival, and that’s just the last couple of months! But most of all it’s the love you have poured on Ella that has impressed us most about Mill Hall and on a professional manner the commitment you have all made to the new, and beautiful, location.
All Information correct at date of publishing: 14th January 2009