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222 Ashley Road | Hale | Cheshire | WA15 9SR | STAFF PORTAL

We have four rooms at Richmond House Kindergarten, namely ‘Baby/Toddler Room’, ‘Nursery Class’, ‘Kindergarten’, and ‘Pre-School’. Common to all rooms is the level of cleanliness and our commitment to resourcing all our children with a wide range of toys, equipment, and educational materials.  Please note that transitions from room to room vary and are dependent on each individual child.

We welcome visitors! Please call Nursery Manager Jill on 0161 941 5874 to arrange an appointment.

Baby & Toddler Room (3 months to 18 months)

Our Baby & Toddler age group prides itself on providing a ‘home from home’ experience. We want to make your baby’s first experience away from home a happy and positive one.We also understand the impact of children’s surroundings on their development. We therefore aim to create a stimulating, clean, and safe environment for very young children to explore, which will then inspire and encourage all areas of learning to develop through play.

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Baby & Toddler Room (3 months to 18 months)

Our Baby & Toddler age group prides itself on providing a ‘home from home’ experience. We want to make your baby’s first experience away from home a happy and positive one.We also understand the impact of children’s surroundings on their development. We therefore aim to create a stimulating, clean, and safe environment for very young children to explore, which will then inspire and encourage all areas of learning to develop through play.

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Nursery Class (18 months to 30 months)

As children move through to Nursery Class between the ages of 18 months and 30 months there is more structure to their daily routine. Children take part in Key Carer time where they spend time with their Key Carer and children of a similar age and development to them.

Throughout the rest of the day, they spend time together in a group or taking part in small group activities both indoors and outside. We value the importance of spending time with children of the same age while recognising that younger and older children learn from others and develop their ‘Managing Feelings and Behaviour’ and ‘Making Relationships’ skills.

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Nursery Class (18 to 30 months)

As children move through to Nursery Class between the ages of 18 months and 2 1/2 there is more structure to their daily routine. Children take part in key worker time where they spend time with their key worker and children of a similar age and development to them.

Throughout the rest of the day, they spend time together in a group or taking part in small group activities as we value the importance of spending time with children of the same age but also younger and older children to learn from others and develop their ‘Managing Feelings and Behaviour’ and ‘Making Relationships’ development.

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Kindergarten (approx 30 to 40 months)

Kindergarten is an important steppingstone between Nursery Class and Pre-School. While in this phase group, children develop skills and abilities which they will build upon during their time in Pre-School.

This stage provides an initial introduction to phonics and grasping further concepts of number. Children will spend time developing their interpersonal skills, allowing them to grow in confidence across a range of social situations. We understand the importance of outdoor activities and pride ourselves in providing a range of opportunities to continue learning in an external environment.

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Kindergarten (approx 30 to 40 months)

Kindergarten is an important steppingstone between Nursery Class and Pre-School. While in this phase group, children develop skills and abilities which they will build upon during their time in Pre-School.

This stage provides an initial introduction to phonics and grasping further concepts of number. Children will spend time developing their interpersonal skills, allowing them to grow in confidence across a range of social situations. We understand the importance of outdoor activities and pride ourselves in providing a range of opportunities to continue learning in an external environment.

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Pre-School (approx 40 to 59 months)

Throughout Nursery, your child will be prepared for the next phase of their development, so we focus on school readiness during their Pre-School year. We continue to engage our Pre-School children with relevant activities designed to promote all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum, thereby encouraging each child’s independence. We also include sessions that focus on the Foundation Stage ‘Letters and Sounds’ and ‘numeracy’ areas of development.

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Pre-School (approx 40 to 59 months)

Throughout Nursery, your child will be prepared for the next phase of their development, so we focus on school readiness during their Pre-School year. We continue to engage our Pre-School children with relevant activities designed to promote all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum, thereby encouraging each child’s independence. We also include sessions that focus on the Foundation Stage ‘Letters and Sounds’ and ‘numeracy’ areas of development.

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