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Robins Room 15 months – 2 Years 3 Months
Your child has now found their feet and is exploring every area in reach! Rest assured the Robins planning has been designed and equipped with this in mind.


Your child can explore all that KingsWood has on offer and more. Your child can freely access the outdoor environment by crawling or stepping out into the fresh air in rain or shine. Fear not we have waterproof clothing for the days spent splashing in puddles and catching rain drops in our buckets.


At KingsWood we encourage lots of creative play so make plenty of room on the walls at home for your child’s artwork and creations. Little hands make wonderful creations that last a lifetime. I have kept all of Euan's mothers day cards tucked away in our treasure chest at home. The clay cookies still hang from our Christmas tree every year and the stick man he made at Nature Nurture takes pride and joy looking out of our dinning room window-away from our dog Barney! Ciaran's photos of fun on the bouncy castles and falling asleep whilst watching visiting the lambs have pride place on our fridge. 


Children are busy in the Robins Room and may still require a sleep. We follow home routines wherever possible. Quiet time at KingsWood is between 12:15pm – 1:30pm where some children can be found having a snooze in our cosy sleep room, we ask that children bring in a pair of snug pyjamas from home.

 Nature Nurture sessions take place at KingsWood for our under 3's children (see Nature Nurture section on our website) The Forest School field is a fond spot for our Robin's children.

Nappy changes will be as frequent as required. Nappies and wipes are supplied from home and can either be stored at KingsWood or popped in the child's bag every session. Please do not worry about potty training we will assist all families with this and have plenty of spare clothes and cleaning products for little accidents.

Parent comment;
“We love that KingsWood has such an amazing outdoor area and that our son is able to play and explore outside. He particularly loves the chickens.”


Ofsted Outstanding feedback;

"Effective relationships between parents, carers and staff create a caring learning environment in which children thrive."