Welcome to Little Wonders Nursey
Council Spaces Available
Learning and Development
Why Little Wonders Nursery
We have an excellent spacious stimulating foundation unit (Nursery), where children are given the opportunity to learn and develop, through play. “As play is children’s work, children learn and develop through each new experience of play, we have formed our activities within an Islamic ethos which makes us unique in the whole of Scotland.
We have had a vision on educating children for several years within an environment of excellence.
- Comprehensive reporting on individual achievement
- Educational field trips and school presentations
- Individual attention in a small-class setting
- Positive learning environment for your child
Our staff are aware of child protection issues and procedure.
Multi agency meetings- collaborating with other professionals.
Child protection coordinator will initiate procedures in line with SSSC and appropriate agencies.
Any concerns with your child’s progress, please discuss with the keyworker.
We will discuss assessment, additional support and next steps with you.
We will always inform you before we enter any formal discussions with other professional/agencies regarding your child.
Free flow play /Snack
Activity time/Outdoor play
- Story time
Learning conversations/Circle time
Promoting Caring and Sharing qualities.
managing behaviour (i.e. yoga/meditation activities; promotes self-regulation).
Teeth brushing sessions every day
Healthy Eating at Snack Times
Physical play Outdoor/Indoors
We work very hard to build links with local communities and wider community.
By having frequent visits to the local library, parks, museums and other various cultural places.
We collaborate with Health Visitors, SLT, Inclusion Support and Strathclyde University.
Links with primary Schools – Holy Cross Primary and other local Schools.
We will endeavour to collaborate with the primary school of your choice, to ensure your child has a smooth transition to school life.
Transition report: This report will be shared with parents/carers before being handed over to the primary school.
Your children’s education and wellfare are our main priorities