the Dolphins day Nursery we arrange two family outings a year. These have
included locations such as Tilgate Park, Fisher's Farm and Local Theatres.
The aim of the day is for us all to share a day with our families, an
opportunity for you to see us with our own little treasures. These days
are a very relaxed affair and gives us all the opportunity to get to know
each other a little better, not just when everyone is in a rush.
to the nursery include:
Community Library 'Book Bus'
Road Safety Officer
from the children's respective primary schools
willing to share informtaion with the children, including vets, doctors,
paramedics, dental nurses, builders.......
Training is always an exciting time! After all, progress is always great.
is worth remembering that different children achieve toilet success at
different ages, no two children are the same. Your child does NOT NEED
to be toilet trained before attending Dolphins Day Nursery. Please feel
free to discuss your child's progress and any anxieties you may have.
We will try to follow as closer a toileting routine as you as possible.
Just remember when training starts please ensure that we have enough spare
trousers/pants and socks to last through the day.
It is of
paramount importance to this nursery that all children in the nursery
should be treated with great care and consideration. A new child should
feel comfortable, cared for and integrated into the life of the nursery
as quickly as is possible.
place has been registered at he nursery, we will contact you prior to
your child starting nursery and arrange a time when you can visit the
nursery with your child. This visit gives us all the opportunity to share
information about your child and the nursery. You are welsome to ask any
questions regarding the nursery, staff, routines and activities. Your
child's team leader will need to ask questions about your child and his/her
needs, likes and dislikes.
You are invited
to leave your child for two short visits (usually two hours) during the
week prior to your child's commencement to ensure that he/she settles
into nursery as soon as he/she starts (no charge is made for this).