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minitreasures

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Mini Treasures Nursery is a safe, nurturing environment where your child will receive the attention and care that he or she needs. You can be assured that your child will be cared for with the utmost kindness, love and respect that they deserve. We believe each child is a precious gift and we treat them as though they are our own.

 

Our Aims

At our Mini Treasures Nurseries we aim to:

Provide an environment which is clean, safe, secure and welcoming, where learning takes place through play.
Ensure that your child will get a balance of exercise, rest, fresh air and healthy food.
Provide a positive enabling environment where children can explore and experiment.
Provide an environment where equal opportunities for all takes place regardless of gender, race, culture, religion or ability.
Provide a varied and enjoyable curriculum that focuses on the importance of nurturing your child's motivation to learn.
Be dynamic and flexible, changing in response to your child's developmental needs.
To link indoors, outdoors and the wider world of people, places and events.
Prepare your child for school education with confidence and a positive approach to learning.

 

Within Mini Treasures our fully qualified and carefully selected staff are friendly, caring and actively work to preserve the joy of childhood that our children will treasure forever. By developing young minds through play, we help give children the very best start.

 

 

Latest News

Dear Morden Parents

Due to the latest changes in the department of education Mini Treasures will be closed for an inset day on Monday 2nd September 2019 for staff training

We apologise profusely for the short notice and any inconvieaince this may cause however it is important that staff are given the training to be able to give your child highest standards in childcare 

Thank you for your understanding

Kind regards

Mini Treasures

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