Banstead Bunnies Pre-School
A unique and welcoming setting providing a stimulating environment to advance your child’s development.
EYFS is the Early Years Foundation Stage. It is a curriculum designed by the Government’s Department of Education and regulated by Ofsted. It provides a structured pathway to develop children in readiness for full-time education. Each child at Bunnies completes their own fully documented Learning Journey during their time with us.
Forest school fun
Forest School covers a range of activities including fire building !
Children have their senses challenged with a number of vibrant sensory resources
The Bunnies library is well stocked and children can even borrow books to take home
Children have access to a variety of information technology through a range of games and devices
We have a flexible outdoor space where learning is combined with energetic play
Children have the opportunity to play out grown up roles with each other
Our daughter looks forward to every session at Bunnies. She talks fondly about all members of staff and is learning through stimulating activities.Sarah Marshall
The staff here are fantastic. As parents we get everything we could hope for. Bringing our son to Bunnies was the best decision we have made for him so far ! He is absolutely thriving with his Key Worker.Emma Hill
My son was one of the first Bunnies that they had on her register. He was so well looked after, had fun, made some great friends and I had the confidence to go to work to build my own business knowing he was safe. When the time came for him to leave and go to school, he did so in a confident, well adjusted and balanced manner – that was mainly down to the wonderful staff and his Key Worker at Bunnies. Being the eldest in the academic year they ensured he was challenged, not pushed, and recognised his need for learning. Communication between parents and Bunnies staff has always been exceptional. He said the two best things about Bunnies were the teachers and Forest SchoolKatie Stopher
Children benefit from a well-organised, safe, welcoming and inclusive setting. They have very good relationships with staff, which helps them settle quickly. They show good levels of confidence and independence and are motivated to learn.Rebecca Khabbazi
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