"I would thoroughly recommend Fairways Childcare Centre to any prospective parents and carers. My daughter has been attending the nursery for over two years and has thoroughly enjoyed her time there.

She leaves the nursery soon to attend Stisted infants school. Fairways offer a fantastic program which integrates the Children with the infants and makes the transition very pleasant.

The staff are all very nice and you can tell they genuinely care for the children.


- Scott Moore Dad of Abigail (age4)

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Special Educational Needs

With parental consent, Fairways staff will liaise with supporting agencies to provide a range of activities and resources that encourage children to reach their full potential.

Fees Include : Breakfast, Lunch, light tea and a variety of healthy snacks throughout the day. Drinks are always available on request.

Pre-School Education

Our main pre-school aim is to allow children to progress naturally at their own pace and gain the skills and confidence necessary to make the happy transition to school from nursery a happy one.

We follow the foundation stage curriculum and work towards the six early learning goals;-

To we follow the EYFS and work towards seven early learning goals:

o Expressive Arts and Design

o Physical Development

o Communication and Language

o Literacy

o Mathmatics

o Personal Social and Emotional Development

o Understanding of the world

Work will be topic or theme based with an emphasis on learning through play.

Children are encouraged to work and share together, build friendships and appreciate their own and each other’s work. Our job is to put the fun into their learning and draw out the learning in their fun.

Staffing is based on one adult to eight children invariably our staffing levels exceed this.

Toddlers and Children under 3 years old

Children under three are encouraged to take a full part in the nursery curriculum. We adapt activities with regard to the age and stage of the children in the group.

We are providing activities and resources that develop the key skills they will need to progress on to the foundation stage.

We believe that at this early stage building children’s self esteem and encouraging them to “have a go” in a safe and supportive atmosphere is a good starting point for developing positive attitudes to further learning.