Information for Parents

In Partnership with Parents

Our new electronic learning journal and daily diary system will enable all parents to access and contribute to their own children’s secure learning 24 hours a day.

Our partnership with parents is important to us and we have experience that parents are the first and most important educators in children’s lives. By working closely with our parents we are able to maximise each child’s learning potential.

Learning Together – Early Years Foundation Stage information for parents.

Young children are expert thinkers. Intellectual search is at its most powerful during the early years when young children’s brains are primed to make sense of their experiences. The thinking part of their brain simply expands through use.

As practitioners and parents it is important we work together to ensure we bring the best out in your children. Communication is key. Please help us by trying out ideas at home and giving us feedback and information on what you do and how you do it. We love to celebrate learning.

To make it easier for you to understand the way your child can learn we have put together some great leaflets from Early Education for you to download.


SEND Local Offer

Find out about help for families with children or young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) by clicking on the link below.



Songs we sing in Nursery….click here


Grafton House  guide to EYFS at home…Click here


Essential EYFS Information for Parents…Click here


Click on one of the leaflets below to download a copy.


Babies Learning outside

Music Learning

Children as Artists

Play and Learn



Cope with Change

Making their Mark

Maths is everywhere


Click on the links below to download more leaflets.

Out and about learning with your child

Playing Together

Helpful information for parents

Guidance for your child’s learning and development, in the early years foundation stage.

On the following webpage

…there is a free downloadable booklet ‘What to expect, when?’ A simple guide which takes parents through the expectations of each age band in the EYFS and how you can support your child’s learning and development.

If you require any further information please see our Duty Manager, Mrs Holland.

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