An idyllic start to life and a solid foundation for future learning
Hatton Children’s Nursery in Warwick offers a truly idyllic start to life, combining the very best in early years care and nursery education with the opportunity for your child to grow in harmony with nature in the fun environment of Hatton Adventure Farm and its surrounding farm. This is what makes us unique!
Our newly refurbished air-conditioned nursery is now based on the farm at Hatton Adventure World and this gives us daily access to all the fun and educational activities offered at the attraction. Where else can your child take home fresh eggs from the chickens they have helped to look after or fruit and vegetables they have helped to grow in their very own growing patch? They go for walks, pick wild flowers and learn about wildlife around the farm. And we’ve got indoor play covered too – with exclusive daily access to Snorty’s Superslide Mania – a massive indoor soft play area with a new sensory play area for babies, with tactile experiences to stimulate their curiosity and encourage them to reach out and explore.
We provide bags of fresh air, space, nature, exercise and adventure – just like a childhood in the country used to be.
We create a home from home; a place where your children’s happiness and welfare is paramount; a place where they can explore a wide range of experiences to stimulate their love of learning and discovery whilst playing and having fun.
We offer a loving and secure environment for babies and children up to 5 years old. Our highly qualified staff guide and encourage each child’s individual interests and needs to enable them to develop and achieve at their own pace and in their own way – just as nature intended.
As with all Ofsted registered childcare settings, we follow the statutory welfare and educational requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (the curriculum for Early Years) which ensures that our provision meets strict learning and development requirements and complies with care and welfare policies.
“Unlike many owners and some managers I personally make sure that most of my day is spent in contact with our children, after all that’s why I chose this vocation. I aim to see all parents every day and always endeavour to build a personal rapport and a trusting, open and honest relationship. My happiest moments are seeing each child develop and grow in our care. My saddest times are when they leave us to go to school. My dream for the future is to continue to build and expand on the endless magical opportunities that our children now enjoy since becoming a part of the experience that is Hatton Adventure World and I hope that you consider joining us in this adventure.”
B.A. (Hons.) Early Years and Education, MInstLM
Unique and proud to be different
Set in the beautiful Warwickshire Countryside, the nursery occupies a newly modernise child friendly building inside Hatton Adventure Farm, a unique family attraction that is home to acres of farmland, a massive indoor soft play centre and an array of outdoor activities including swings, slides, ride-on tractors, bouncy castles, trampolines and much more.
The building has been thoughtfully decorated to engage a child’s imagination and is a bright well resourced open plan learning environment complete with sleeping areas, chil size toilets and hand wash facilities to encourage independence for preschool children We have our own safe and secure outdoor play area and direct access to ample car parking. Our environment guarantees plentiful opportunities for play and interaction from sand and water play in our arts area through to PC’s and printers in the children’s office.
Our open plan layout helps foster a sense of community amongst the children and staf alike. The layout is sensitively zoned with great care and attention given to our very youngest children. It’s been wonderful to see how the older children start to exhibit care for th younger one’s, whilst the younger children in turn are keen to interact with their elders. This layout helps to benefit the children with the emotional upheaval of moving from room to room as they already know the environment and each staff member personally.