Tapestry is an early years online journal. We use Tapestry in conjunction with the developmental stages and milestones to assess more formally how children are progressing, it helps us to keep parents involved in a partnership during children’s early years experiences at Woodlands. We would like parental input to help us promote parent partnership. Please ensure you have signed onto your child’s tapestry account.
Friday 19th July 2019
Friday 25th October 2019
Friday 14th February 2020
Friday 27th March 2020
Monday 01st June 2020
Friday 24th July 2020
Please check our recent Newsletter for updates. We usually email Newsletter to parents on termly basis.
We organise parent consultations every term.
I am so happy with Woodlands that I have just signed my daughter up for a place for as soon as she reaches two
All the staff go above and beyond to provide the best care to the children. The setting is also exciting and fun for the children with a large variety of different activities. There is something for each child.
My son started coming to Woodlands Pre-School & Nursery two years ago as we wanted him to have social interaction with other children his age and to build his confidence. The change in him has been amazing and Woodlands has been key to making him the happy, confident and sociable little boy he is today. Woodlands have a genuine passion for children and are supportive and sensitive to their needs and development. He comes home every day having had a fun filled and interesting day with a massive smile on his face. The things he has learnt during his time there have given him a great head start for starting school in September and Woodlands are supportive with things being taught at home by encouraging in the setting also.
Our eldest son attended Woodlands and both us and him were happy that the Nursery was small and had a family atmosphere. The staff were always helpful and available to speak about our child. We felt our child was treated as an individual. The setting encouraged our son to learn without being too pushy.