Babies of six weeks and upwards are looked after by a qualified and caring staff team in their own quiet and stimulating room filled with soft cushions, feeding chairs, cots, colourful displays and mobiles. This is a happy place with plenty of time for hugs and cuddles and a safe environment for when your baby starts to crawl and walk.
We provide exciting daily activities to feed young imaginations and we can guarantee plenty of love for all our babies.
It is important to us that the first transition from home to nursery is a smooth one, particularly for new parents.
This week in Rainbow room we are....
- Muddy Cars - making marks (using chocolate delight).
- Modelling Construction.
- Sensory time in the secret tent.
- Nature walk collecting materials to make pictures.
- Ice cube painting.
- Soil potting.
- Dinosaurs in the sand (RRAAAWWWW).
- Dancing time with magical coloured scarves.
- Sloppy gloop messy play.
Rainbow Staff and Children had so much fun dressing up for World Book Day! Well Done Everyone!
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Absolutely love Bentley West Child Care. My daughter has been here since 11 months (now 2yo) and my son since 5 months (now 1yo). The staff are amazing, kind, considerate and I believe truly love the children as their own. The environment which is provided allows me to go to work without being anxious all day that my children may not be happy. The bond that they have developed with staff is second to none. Keep up the great work ladies.
My grandchildren love going to nursery at Bentley West. There is always something to entertain them. Love the activities you provide, and they learn so much. They especially like the walks and outdoor activities. Well done all of you keep up the good work.
" I feel that my little boy has come on leaps and bounds since joining the nursery in December." " I feel that his key worker has a lovely bond with my little one, she writes everything in his diary that i wish to know, always has time to talk to me in the mornings when i drop off." " He enjoys all the different toys and playing with the other children."