Our Vision

Nurturing a child’s sense of wonder and encourage them to think creatively and critically.

Uplifting a child’s spirit by creating a warm and loving environment through the positive relationships that foster a sense of belonging.

Raise awareness of the world they live in.

Teach good values and morals.
Understand and observe each child’s development and learning, assess progress and plan for next steps

Respect, common courtesy and patience to be encouraged and demonstrated at all times throughout our setting.

Explore their surroundings and the world around them, encouraging an inquisitive mind.
About Us!
At The Nurturing Tree we have a passion and understand the importance of children having the best foundation.  We pride ourselves in providing a stimulating and caring environment for children.  Our school consists of 4 classrooms which are designed to offer an environment where children are safe, inspired and nurtured.

We dedicate to working in partnership with parents to provide care and development for children aged between 1 year and 5 years old.  At The Nurturing Tree, we believe that learning should be stimulating for a young child.  Playtimes should be educational as well as fun. 

Our childcare schemes have been developed using the Development Matters in the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum.

Play Equipment
A range of play equipment is available to help children develop an array of skills, and great care is taken to choose materials that will create an inspiring sensory experience. As well as toys, we use;

* Real life props, such as brushes and gardening tools
* Small-world toys to help build a child's imagination and language skills
* Construction play such as building blocks, to help children develop fine motor skills, spatial awareness    and problem solving
* Physical play equipment such as tricycles, balancing beams and tunnels to encourage physical activity
* Creative play to build a child’s imagination, creativity and co-ordination
* Supporting social interaction, including role play, den making, and small group activities

Key People
A friendly atmosphere is created within our setting, based on warm and caring relationships between our staff and the children in their care. Babies are encouraged to communicate, and their attempts at conversation are valued to ensure they receive an affirming experience, encouraging development, confidence and security. Our staff all act as role models within the setting, and recognise that children lead by example and are constantly learning through observation. Common courtesy, mutual respect and patience are demonstrated at all times throughout our settings.

Your child is allocated a 'Key Person' within their room, who is responsible for your child's well being, ensuring your child feels individual, secure and cherished while they are away from home. Your child’s Key Person will liaise with you at the end of each day, keeping you informed of your child’s experiences at the centre and ensuring you don’t have to miss out on any aspect of your child's day.

Our staff carry out regular observations of every child in our care, ensuring your child’s learning and development incorporates their interests and needs. These observations cover all areas of learning according to the framework, as well as records of special moments, like kindness towards others or eating something for the first time, and spontaneous moments, which captures your child’s response to certain activities or events as they happen. All of your child's experiences at nursery are recorded in their unique Learning Journal, enabling you to look over your child’s time at the day care centre for years to come.

If you would like arrange a site visit or a trial day for your child then call us on 0817 014 9579 or email [email protected]
How to Register!
1. Register your interest in admission at the Nurturing Tree by completing our online form by clicking here .

2. We will then call you to arrange a site visit on a time and date that is more convenient to you.  During the site visit we shall discuss your child and their admission application.

3.  Registration pack can be purchased during this visit at a cost of N10,000 per pack (one per child).

4.  Upon returning the registration pack and the forms it contains completed, we will also require the following documents;

          * 4 Passport Pictures
          * Photocopy of Birth Certificate
          * Photocopy of Immunization Record 
          * 2 Passport Pictures for any person authorised to collect your child (excluding the parents)

5.  Once all documents have been submitted, your child may be required to attend for a few hours in a class setting.  

6.  Upon completion of the registration process your will be notified if you have been successful.

7.  Admission fee is required to be paid by the stipulated date in the letter of offer.

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