Our environment

Small step’s lead to bigger achievements. We know how important your child is and we aim to deliver the highest quality of care and education to help them to achieve their best. We have a safe and secure environment where children can play and learn safely. We maintain the highest possible security of our premises to ensure that each child is safely cared for during their time with us.

 

We do not compromise about children’s health and we know how important children’s health and well-being. We have smoke free environment in our setting as we comply with health and safety regulations and the Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage in making our setting a no-smoking environment - both indoors and outdoors.

 

We believe that the health and safety of children are of paramount importance. we make our setting a safe and healthy place for children, parents, staff, and volunteers

we want children to feel safe, stimulated, and happy in the setting and to feel secure and comfortable with us.

We also want parents to have confidence in both their children's well-being and their role as active partners with our setting. we aim to make our setting a welcoming place where children settle quickly and easily because consideration has been given to the individual needs and circumstances of children and their families.

  • Ages 2-5 Years

  • 15-30 Hours Free

Our Aim

At small step’s world, we promote children's right to be strong, resilient, and listened to by creating an environment in our setting that encourages children to develop a positive self-image, which includes their heritage arising from their colour and ethnicity, their languages spoken at home, their religious beliefs, cultural traditions, and home background. Small Step's World promotes children's right to be strong, resilient and listened to by; Encouraging children to develop a sense of autonomy and independence. Enabling children to have the self confidence and vocabulary to resist inappropriate approaches.

We help children to establish and sustain satisfying relationships within their families, with peers and with other adults

How we work

We work with parents to build their understanding of, and commitment to, the principles of safeguarding all our children. we believe that children settle best when they have a key person to relate to, who knows them and their parents well, and who can meet their individual needs. we are committed to the key person approach which benefits the child, the parents, the staff, and the setting. It encourages secure relationships which support children to thrive, give parents confidence and make the setting a happy place to attend or work in.

Our Commitments

  • Qualified Teachers

  • Dedicated Staff

  • Ofsted Registered

  • Flexible Lessons

  • Free Snacks Provided

We are committed to ensuring that our service is fully inclusive in meeting the needs of all children. We recognise that children and their families come from a wide range of backgrounds with individual needs, beliefs, and values.  They may grow up in family structures that include one or two parents of the same or different sex.  Children may have close links or live with extended families of grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins; while other children may be more removed from close kin or may live with other relatives or foster carers.

 

We are committed to providing the best outcomes for your children also we are committed to providing quality provision based on equality of opportunity for all children and their families. All staff in our provision is committed to doing all they can to enable ‘looked after’ children in our care to achieve and reach their full potential.