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Welcome to Little Wonders Nursey

Positive Relationships

Unique Children

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.

Parents say:

Say We Listen To Their Input
Happy With Our Service
Staff Keep Them Informed
Their Child Meet Their Full Potential
4 out of 6  by our local education authority

What The Parents Say

Your Children

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

Learning & Fun

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.

Healthy Meals

Children have access to a snack bar which offers Fruits, Milk and some warm toast along with other healthy options. All Food are Halal

Friendly Place

The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child states that every child has the right to play. This is supported by the Scottish Government’s Play Strategy, which states that all children and young people should have space and time to play. The Health and Care Standards state ‘as a child I can direct my own play and activities in a way that I choose and freely access a wide range of experiences and resources suitable to my age and stage, which stimulate natural curiosity, learning and creativity.

In practice, this means that children need sufficient space to play, learn and develop in early learning and childcare and out of school care settings. Having a designated playroom or space for any child does not mean children are unable to spend time in other areas. All children should be able to access all appropriate areas and settings during their day that will support their development, learning and social interactions.

Children Safety

Little Wonders Nursery is fully committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children in our care. The needs of any child will always be our paramount concern. We take all reasonable steps to promote safe practice and to protect your child from harm, abuse and exploitation. Our designated Child Protection Coordinator supports staff to maintain awareness of child protection issues and is the first point of contact should you have concerns.

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
  • Welcome time
  • Activity time/Outdoor play
  • Tooth brushing
  • Story time
    /Languages (German/Arabic//French)
  • Learning conversations/Circle time
  • Home Time
  • Encouraging friendships.
  • Promoting Caring and Sharing qualities.
  • Positive approaches

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    managing behaviour (i.e. yoga/meditation activities; promotes self-regulation).

We promote:

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

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