Ofsted - "Good in all judgements November 2022"
‘Children form strong relationships with the kind and caring staff. They investigate a good range of resources to support their learning. Children behave well’.
‘The knowledgeable and experienced Manager works alongside her dedicated staff team on a daily basis. Together they provide children with good quality care and education’.
‘Staff ensure the curriculum meets the needs of all children who attend and effectively support children with SEND’.
‘Staff form strong relationships with parents who speak highly of the nursery’.
A Little About Us...
We were established in 1998, in 2020 we became part of YMCA Worcestershire. We continue to offer quality childcare in an environment which is carefully planned and enriched for each child’s learning by a team of dedicated staff. We cater for children from 3 months until 5 years.
Our success is based upon our Curriculum Intent:
YMCA Worcestershire is an independent voluntary sector organisation and is part of the world wide Christian movement. Our objectives include supporting people in mind, body and spirit. We are an inclusive organisation and welcome people of all faiths and none.
Our curriculum has been designed to give every child the opportunity to live life to its fullest by offering stimulating learning experiences with Christian values at its heart.
Subjects in our Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum:
• Communication and Language
• Physical Development
• Personal, Social and Emotional Development
• Understanding the World
• Expressive Arts and Design
Book your place at one of our nurseries today
“When we moved here he settled in so well and I am sure this was due to the stability of your wonderful nursery. His imagination has really been stimulated. You have been great teachers and carers.”
“From a baby she has been happy in every room, I have never been worried about her. If I had another baby there would be no question that First Class Nursery would be my first and only choice.”
Our Baby Room cares for children from 3 months to approximately 2 years of age. Our ratio within this room is 1 staff member to every 3…
Our Busy Bees room provides a pre-school environment for 16 children, in this room we support children with school readiness by supporting their independence…
When your child is ready at approximately 2 years old your child will move up to our Bugs Room. This is a fun and vibrant room where children are…
Sessions & Prices
We provide a variety of sessions to suit your needs, Fees are invoiced in the last week of each month….
At First Class Nursery the curriculum is designed to recognise your child’s prior learning and experiences, whether from home or a previous setting,
and to build on those experiences. We aim to develop resilience, empathy, ambition, curiosity and critical thinking.
Every child is unique, and we celebrate and welcome difference within our nursery family.
Children will develop a sense of belonging and learn about the community around them. In order to become confident learners
we teach basic skills, values, and develop knowledge.
We enhance learning in the moment, and maximise learning opportunities to engage and stimulate your child,
whilst delivering the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS).
We believe nursery life, as an introduction to learning, should be a happy and positive experience where a love of learning and a positive attitude is developed.
Children will leave our nursery with the personal tools required, ready to start their reception year at school. They will have confidence and skills to continue to thrive, and build on the foundations that our care and quality of teaching has given them.
Areas of Learning
Develop children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding.
Offer a holistic curriculum that prepares children as confident and lifelong learners.
Value and recognise the individuality of each child.
Ensure children are protected and kept safe from harm.
Respect all people.
Celebrate all that children are and all they can be.
Create a stimulating environment, developing and encouraging skills in all areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.
Foster mutual respect and trust such that all children feel safe and loved.