The Cubhouse accommodates children aged 3-5, although primarily caters for pre-school aged children. The Cubhouse follows the Curriculum for Excellence planning, in which children are encouraged to become Successful Learners, Effective Contributors, Confident Individuals & Responsible Citizens. The curriculum offers a range of experiences, supporting the children at different stages of their development. Staff build on the children’s current Knowledge and introduce a variety of learning techniques to expand their knowledge and skills.
The Big Room accommodates children aged 2-4 years and follows Together We Can [for children aged 2-3] and The Curriculum for Excellence [for children aged 3-4]. Through Together We Can, children are encouraged to participate in a range of experiences planned around Social Competence, Cognitive Competence, Physical Competence, Health & Wellbeing, Communication, Language & Representation and Emotional & Spiritual. The Curriculum for Excellence encourages children to become Confident Individuals, Successful Learners, Effective Contributors and Responsible Citizens. It focuses on the importance of knowledge and skills and will support children in every way possible so that they can fulfil their potential and make the most of their opportunities. The playroom meets the children’s needs through set areas within the playroom, such as expressive arts, construction & Imaginative, and a story & quiet area for relaxation periods. Children that still require a nap can do so where they are provided with their own sleep mat and bedding.
The Baby Room has facilities for children aged 6 weeks to 2 years and follows the Together We Can Curriculum. Children are encouraged to participate in a range of experiences planned around Social Competence, Cognitive Competence, Physical Competence, Health & Wellbeing, Communication, Language & Representation and Emotional & Spiritual. The playroom offers opportunities for sensory play, messy time, music & movement, and cosy corners for reading and exploring. The children have freedom to move around the room and investigate the environment both physically and socially. Staff cater for each child’s individual routine, such as nap times and feeding times.