Tiny Bees – Our Nursery

Our Nursery is designed with the needs of your baby in mind. The routine of your baby will be structured around the routine you keep at home and after consultation with you. It is a space especially designed to keep your baby relaxed and comfortable in. Your baby will be encouraged to bond with their caregiver. Feeding bottle times and nap times will be similar to your child’s day at the centre as it is at home, to encourage routine and regularity.

Your baby will grow and learn more in their first 12 months than at any other time of their life. This is a period where they begin to make a connection to the world around them and to their emotions.

At this stage of their care, your child will have a main caregiver who they will be able to form an attachment with and feel comfortable to be left with. The main caregiver will be able to have on-on-one interactions with your child and be able to have ‘conversations’ and listen to the sounds your baby makes and learn to understand and respond to them.
Their care will involve singing songs to them, playing simple games like peek-a-boo and ‘this piggy went to market’ and give them simple toys to hold and play with and have lots of loving contact.

Your child between the ages of 12 to 24 months of age will make gains in five major areas; physical growth, cognitive abilities, emotional and social development, language skills and sensory and motor development. They will be encouraged to name animals, explore through music and art and craft.

At this stage of their care, your child will be encouraged to reason, to think, to learn and to remember.

They will be encouraged to make strong emotional and social connections through group play and singing and use a few words to help them communicate and explain themselves.
Their learning will happen that will develop their sensory and motor skills through touching and exploring Even though most children reach similar milestones at this stage but development can happen at an individual pace, and this will influence their learning outcomes.