Putting big smiles on little faces

 
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At Little Scallywags nursery, we support our children through an inclusive and nurturing ethos in a home from home setting. As highly qualified early years staff we understand the importance of great early education and are aware of how the earliest stage of learning build the foundations for all future learning. Our ethos of developing learning through sensory experiences and active play ensures children are on the right path to becoming confident individuals and successful learners, ready for their next stage in their development.

 

our rooms

babies

The nurturing staff foster an ethos of a home from home environment, with lots of sensorial exploration for learning and play. 

 

toddlers

Here our children begin to develop a sense of self and independence. Adults support through responsive planning and daily routines, incorporating the child’s voice. 

 

pre-school

Play and learning within this room reflects the importance of developing the stepping stones to all future learning. Here we are focused on supporting the children to meet their early developmental milestones and ensure the skills they need for life.

  

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SCHOOLS

We provide both after school and holiday club provisions for children of primary school age. Based at Strathearn Community Campus, where children are able to participate in a wide range of fun and social activities. 

 

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Getting in Right for Every Child

At little Scallywags Nursery and After School club we have a commitment to ensuring that all our children are supported to thrive so that they grow up as healthily and happily as possible.  We work meaningfully with families adopting a flexible approach to meet individual needs, understanding everyone involved with the child has a contribution to make.  

 
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Our Team

Our team are a dedicated and motivated group, all of whom are SSSC registered. At Little Scallywags Nursery we have an ethos of continued professional development, with member of staff participating in degree courses and progressing through Scottish Vocational Qualifications. 

Staff meetings are a time to reflect on practice as a team, share knowledge gained on courses and through professional read and further develop the service we provide.