- Privately owned Day Nursery registered with Ofsted
- Free educational funding
- Indoor and Outdoor play all year round for 2 – 4yr olds
- On site Forest School
- Trips to local library and swimming pool
It is here at Rose Cottage Farm Nursery that the children learn it is good to be curious, make their own decisions and to persevere when things don’t always go to plan. These are skills they will need throughout their lives.
We fully believe that effective learning is not a passive state but requires a commitment of energy, focus and a will.
Rose Cottage Farm Nursery is more than just a nursery and pre school it is a family that works together, grows together and success together.
7.30am – 6pm Monday – Friday 52 weeks of the year
To book a place or to find out more information please call 01278 793103.
Rose Cottage Farm Childrens Nursery is a privately owned day nursery and is registered with Ofsted. It is set in approx 2 acres of land near Burnham-On-Sea and has plenty of off road parking.
Our Early years Teacher together with our fully qualified childcare practioners plans each day carefully, tailoring arrangements to meet each child’s individual learning and welfare needs.
The children have to opportunity to explore mark making patterns in sand, develop communication and mathematical skills through role play, make scientific discoveries in water play and snuggle up on the sofa with a friend to share a book.
Our own on site Forest school sees each child investigating, exploring, and developing key skills, children are stimulated by the outdoors and experience over time an increase in their self belief, confidence, learning capacity, enthusiasm communication and problem solving in an environment where they think they are just having fun. This ethos also applies to our Beach school outings.
The children have the opportunity to attend Swimming lessons at Burnham Sports Academy. Swimming is great exercise, and swimming lessons for your young child encourages an active, healthy lifestyle. Swimming also helps to develop your little one’s gross motor skills, which is critical for children under the age of 5. Younger children learn to interact socially with others in the swimming class, to follow directions and to pay attention to their swimming instructors.
Our children also attend local library sessions. We know that children begin to acquire pre-reading skills from birth.
We know that reading to children, talking to them and introducing them to the wonder of the world around them will help in their literacy development.
We also know that story times provide opportunities for children to interact with one another, engage in dramatic play, learn new words and concepts, and help to gradually increase their attention spans. These are all important for later school success.