Toddler Room (2 – 3 Years)

As children begin to discover the world around them, they need new challenges so they can explore in a safe and secure setting.

Our Toddler Rooms offer the ideal environment to have lots of fun and to learn new skills.

Although our dedicated staff organise plenty of focused activities, which enable them to evaluate the progress of each child in their care, there are also plenty of opportunities for boys and girls to choose what they would like to do, too.

They are spoiled for choice!

Children can explore and choose from a wide range of activities to support their learning, including:

  • floor play area
  • messy play area
  • story corner
  • construction and small world tables
  • home corner
  • computer station

All activities support their learning and equipment is easily accessible in clear boxes, each of which is labelled with a photograph so that children can identify what is inside.

As required by the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, staff carry out daily observations to assess each child’s progress against the prescribed learning goals and put together action plans and individual learning strategies to help them develop the skills he/she needs.

A nursery routine is followed in the Toddler Room and every day they will enjoy breakfast, circle time, a range of child-led and staff-led activitieslunch, rest, and more activities. Children can also enjoy plenty of fun in the safe and secure garden.

If they need a nap after lunch, there is a quiet area where they can rest on sleeping mats.

As your child is likely to be toilet training at this age, we have en-suite child sized toilets and changing area in one room that allows an easy transition from nappy to toilet. We understand how important it is to reward children and there are reward charts specifically for toilet training.

You can’t help but notice how quickly your child learns and develops quickly at this age – and we at Boys & Girls Nursery are committed to working closely with you so that your son or daughter reaches their potential.


from 3 months to pre-school