85 Canterbury Road
8am – 6pm
Monday to Friday
Baby Unit/ Explorers
Ages 3 months – 2 years
Nursery / Adventurers
Ages 2 years – 3 years
Pre-School / Investigators
Ages 3 years – 5 years
For school aged children operating breakfast and after school and during school holidays. We offer a pick up service from Hawkinge and Churchill Primary School
Right dance music and movement sessions to encourage physical pre- writing skills.
Secure enclosed large garden with hard and and soft services offering many exciting learning and fun opportunities.
Beach school and Woodland sessions within the local area.
Local village car park next door making for easy parking
Friendly staff team consisting of highly qualified and experienced staff. Led by
Manager and deputy who both hold an early years degree and have EYO status.
Strong key person system in place with each child forming close and comforting
Little Oaks Kindergarten is a friendly environment based in a lovely converted house and
benefits from a separate baby room which allows a gradual introduction to nursery life. This homely environment offers a unique opportunities for children to grow and learn surrounded by friends and caring staff who will go the extra mile to meet all the individual needs of children and their parents, so they have a very happy and exciting day. We are constantly striving to meet high standards and our partnership with parents is extremely successful.
Children at kindergarten benefit from a superb outdoor space which supports the ethos of the kindergarten being the children’s garden. Where we recognise that like flowers, children need to to be nurtured to grow.
Our highly- qualified motivated childcare team has a vast wealth of knowledge and experience within the the childcare sector. Both the manager and deputy have experience of Forest school and Beach school practice meaning children have regular exciting opportunities to learn in the natural environment. Encouraging knowledge of the world around them.
Children enjoy a varied menu of healthy home cooked meals. The children and staff sit and eat together in family groups and children are encouraged to help themselves. Staff use this opportunity as a social time, to encourage speech and language, social skills, good role modelling and relationships. The children’s fine motor skills develop as they practice using child sized stainless steel cutlery.