The outdoor environment is divided into three areas. The nursery garden, the schools out garden and the field. Each area provides many valuable learning experiences where the children can develop skills and understanding.
The nursery garden
All three nursery rooms have access to the nursery garden children can experience similar activities to indoors but on a larger scale. Outdoor activities include sand and water play, messy play, developing writing, reading areas and space for children to develop other skills such as riding bikes and walking on beams.
The out of school garden
The garden houses a large climbing frame which has a slide, swings and climbing wall. The children use the climbing frame to make dens and create games. The children use the climbing frame on a night after school and all day throughout the holidays. The nursery children use the climbing frames within smaller groups to develop their gross motor skills. The climbing frame has been built on safety flooring to provide extra safety for the children. The concrete area is used for larger outdoor equipment such as 'Giant Jenga', 'Connect Four' and games brought out from indoors.