The Owl’s Nest Nursery is a friendly, spacious and welcoming environment. We aim to offer the highest standard of care for children aged 16 months to 4 years. The emphasis is on providing a bright, spacious and welcoming environment with qualified, experienced, competent and friendly staff, who have incredible enthusiasm for teaching and learning. We tailor our curriculum to accommodate the needs of each and every child in our care, whilst monitoring their progress, development and well-being. Children learn and grow in confidence, through a well-balanced range of indoor and outdoor activities.
By recognising that every child is unique, our teachers observe each child and provide a structured and fun learning environment to extend their skills and prepare them for school.
Fun to Learn
Our Nursery has a team of friendly, qualified and experienced staff, who are all committed to providing the very best possible standard for all of the children in their care. At our nursery in Accra, we tailor our curriculum depending on the needs of each and every child in our care and we monitor their progress, development and well-being. At the Owl’s Nest, we focus very carefully on the child’s experience. We have a variety of enabling environments that challenge each child. By recognising that every child is unique, we observe each child and provide a structured and fun learning environment to stretch and prepare them for school.
We offer the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) curriculum, which encompasses:
The prime areas of learning:
• communication and language
• physical development
• personal, social and emotional development
The specific areas of learning:
• understanding the world
• expressive arts and design
Characteristics of effective learning:
• playing and exploring
• active learning
• creating and thinking critically
In the nursery, our staff to child ratio is: 1 to 4 for children under three years and 1 to 8 for children over 4 years (Pre-School). The ratios are maintained at all times.
We continue to build strong relationships with parents and carers through newsletters, one-to-one discussions and parent’s meetings. With their input and involvement, we aim to constantly improve the service that we provide.