Stay and Play

 

Working in Partnership with our Parents and Carers is central to enabling the children in our care to develop and achieve their full potential. We do this through a variety of ways including our popular 'Stay & Play' sessions.

This is where the staff will set up activities following the children’s interests and parents/carers can come along and take part in the activities, learn new skills and ideas for learning at home through play.

Parents are informed of upcoming Stay and Play sessions on the monthly newsletters and through our events page on the website. 

Our stay and play sessions always have a planned theme around the children’s interests, seasons or time of year. Parents can suggest activities they would like to do to develop their own skills; for example baking, making playdough, messy play, using puppets and much more.

We share children’s Learning Journeys with parents/carers every six weeks following the children individual planning cycle, sharing significant milestones, observations of children interests and ideas for learning at home.

 

 

 
"We would just like to thank you for everything you have done to help Ruby progress through her toddler years. I know she is going... Read more"
Maria, Mark and Ruby
"Andrew and I have appreciated over 8 years with Tiddlywinks.  We are thankful that our girls from just 5 months old have had... Read more"
Helen and Andrew Gerling - Higher Blackley
""Wendy and Debbie are both excellent with Zac. He enjoys his days at the nursery which provides me with peace of mind throughout... Read more"
Steven Davies
"I would highly recommend Tiddlywinks to anyone, my daughter is very happy here!"
Victoria Hall
""I had lots am amazing time, lots of fun exploring new things and tastes at Tiddlywinks" Thank you Sandra and my mummy"
Sandra and her mum Alina

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