Tiddlypeeps aim is to enable children to develop confidence and independence through exploration and discovery, by providing a supportive and enriching environment based on the interests of children.
Practitioners encourage children to feed themselves from an early age through providing finger foods and child-friendly cutlery.
Children are encouraged to prepare their snack, they use safety knives to cut and prepare fruit for snack and pour their drink.
A hot lunch is provided at additional cost of £2.20, alternatively you can provide a packed lunch.
Nursery Education Grant ‘NEG’
The Free Entitlement (Nursery Education Grant) funds a maximum of 570 hours per academic year for eligible children. Children become eligible for grant funding the term after their third birthday. 195 hours in the autumn term September to December, 180 hours in the spring term January to April and 195 hours in the summer term April to August.
These hours are free of charge and do not require either a registration fee or deposit.
Quality of teaching, learning and assessment – Good
Personal development, behaviour and welfare – Good
Outcomes for children – Good