The Local Community

At Smallworld Nursery we are one element of a far wider community ecosystem, not only do we take the children into these settings to help broaden their understanding of the world around them, but we also support local businesses where possible. This includes sourcing for example all of our local meat from Bruce Brymers and Drummonds Farm supplying our potatoes, on top of that we are also avid supporters of local charities and fundraise on their behalf where possible.
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Our Smallworld children greatly benefit from engaging with the community and visiting locations such as libraries, care homes, fire stations and police stations. These experiences offer nursery children valuable opportunities to cultivate a wide range of skills and foster a more comprehensive understanding of the world around them.

Visiting libraries enhances the magic of books, encouraging a love for reading and expanding their vocabulary. Interacting with residents in the local care homes fosters empathy, compassion and respect for the elderly - while also teaching them the importance of kindness.

Exploring other workplaces such as fire stations, doctors surgeries, vets and police stations ignites their imagination, but also educates them about safety measures and the roles of emergency service providers.

Our Smallworld outings are always something that the children look forward to! They are designed to enhance their social skills, promote curiosity and encourage an active learning environment.

We are always looking for new places to visit or people to invite into the nursery so if you or you know someone who might be interested please let us know.

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child learning first aid with baby toy
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