A Little Bit About Us……
Rainbow Children’s Nursery Ltd opened in September 1999, we are a Charity Run Non-Profit Nursery run by a Board of Trustees, located in the village of Worstead 4 miles from North Walsham. We are open 7.30am-6.00pm for 51 weeks of the year, only closing for Bank Holidays and one week between Christmas and New Year. Rainbow Children’s Nursery Ltd provides quality care for Children aged 4 months to 5 years old across three rooms: Jelly Babies (4 months–2 years), Jelly Tots (2-3 years) and Jelly Beans (3–5 years). During School Holidays we also offer holiday club for Children aged 4-6 years in the Jelly Beans Room. The Nursery has large outdoor areas, and each room has it’s own garden allowing free flow play throughout the day. There is a large car park which enables easy drop off and pick up times for parents.
Our Nursery offers a home from home environment for the children to explore. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) to ensure each child receives a balanced and challenging learning experience. The EYFS follows seven areas of learning: Communication and Language, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development, Understanding the World, Expressive Arts and Design, Literacy and Mathematics. A wide range of toys and resources are available to encourage the children to reach their full potential. Observations of the children are undertaken during their play which enables staff to plan activities based on their interests and to widen and extend their knowledge. Children’s Next Steps are planned for individually using the EYFS for guidance and carried out by their Key Person.
Our aim is to provide a welcoming and stimulating environment both indoors and outdoors that enables children to become independent and confident learners, allowing a smooth transition to ‘big school’.
At Rainbow Children’s Nursery Ltd, the quality of care and happiness of your Child is our main concern. We feel that enjoyable and interesting experiences are the key to positive attitudes towards learning, so the emphasis is on learning through play.
Comments Made By Ofsted
- “Staff know the children well. They continually check on children’s progress and identify what they need to learn next.”
- “Children are confident and have good levels of self-esteem.”
- “Children make consistently good rates of progress.”
- “Children enjoy the good range of opportunities on offer.”
Our latest Ofsted Report in 2018 is available to view in full: https://files.ofsted.gov.uk/v1/file/50024743