Baby room Outside Play area
To provide an exiting sensory out of doors play area for our baby room ages range from birth to 18 months old, to give them some mobile toys and a little play house in order to learn playing together safely.
Charity information: Tots and Toddlers Day Care Nursery Ltd
Children from under privileged homes having an outside area to play and explore in which may be otherwise not available to them in their home enviroments, often due to lack of money or parents ability to know what their children should be playing with.
By intergrating the children with toys and activities to broaden their minds and to make their time spent in Nursery more enjoyable and fun.
to ensure that the babies have resources to fit their age
Activities» try to fund raise with a Autumn Fair and ask the staff to provide cakes for a cake stall.
Success will be...by having a outside area with toys for them to play and enjoy
the babies will grow into Toddlers and already the basis for sharing and playing together with age appropriate toys, we will also be able to demonstrate to new parents that their children can develope this life skill from when they can start to crawl and communicate with others.
that the birth rate in our area suddenly drops and our recruiting slows down, we will be targeting/advertising outside our normal area that we still have a baby room operating mon-fri 51 weeks a year with a 10hr opening day.
We are currently training to design our own web site, so with parents permissions we would put pictures of the developed outside on the web site and also say a BIG thank you for those who have helped us.
Budget - Project Cost: £1,002Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £332 toys 4 x ride on toys £270 toys 2 x push carts £100 plants privacy for outside area £300 house wooden play house
The outside area attached to the Baby room in our Nursery.
babies from the deprived local community whose parents we help either by encouraging them to go onto further training or returning to work.
We are at the centre of the community and a lot of our parents come to us from word of mouth and our reputation.
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Debbie is the Nursery Manager who leads the staff team, she would ensure that the design of the area is safe and suitable for the babies to enjoy.
Lisa is the Business Manager so she would be responsible for purchasing and organising the delivery of the plants and house.
Ginny is the administrator who would be dealing with any phone enquiries and social media networking including the web site design.