Welcome to Sunflowers

Important information regarding September 2024 Sunflowers admissions

Unfortunately, due to a temporary lack of capacity within the building, we are unable to admit children under the age of three to Sunflowers in September 2024. We would like to sincerely apologise for any inconvenience and disappointment this may cause.

At Sunflowers our aim is to equip children with the necessary skills to become motivated, resilient and independent learners. We see self- esteem as the key to achievement.

We Aim to:

  • Provide a happy, safe, warm and stimulating environment for all children to play, learn and develop freely.
  • Help children to develop responsibly for themselves and their actions and to become competent, confident, independent and co-operative individuals.
  • Encourage children to have a positive attitude and respect for both themselves and other people.
  • Promote a positive relationship with relationship with parents/carers and work in partnership with them to provide high quality play and care for their children.
  • Offer inclusive services that are accessible for all children in the community.
  • Undergo regular monitoring and evaluation of our series to ensure that Sunflowers continues to meet the needs of children and parents/carers.

Sunflowers is Committed to meeting the needs of parents and carers by:

  • Listening and responding to their views and concerns.
  • Keeping then informed of our policies and procedures. Including opening times, fees and charges, and programmes of activities.
  • Sharing and discussing their child’s achievements, experiences, progress and friendships, along with any difficulties that may arise.

Sunflowers is committed to providing:

  • Care and activities that meet the needs and safety of children first
  • A programme of activities that is interesting. Educational, stimulating and fun.
  • Activities that promote each child’s social. Physical, moral and intellectual development.
  • Access to a variety of facilities and equipment under safe and supervised conditions.
  • A staff team that is experienced, well trained and properly supported.
  • Services that meet the conditions of the Children’s Act and all other relevant childcare legislation, where ever they apply.
  • An environment where no child is bullied or suffers discrimination in any form

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