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Big room

Our Big room is designed for children aged 2½ to over 3 years which is split over three rooms.  An all weather outdoor area, so children are able to free flow throughout the day, a messy room which is filled with a variety of malleable, water, sand and creative activities for children to get extremely messy, and the imagination room to help grow their imagination and express themselves.  The main bathroom is easily accessible for Big room children and is shared with Pre-school.  Big rooms day is again more structured in preparation for Pre-school and staff work closely with the Pre-school team to make transitions seamless.
Big room have two pet rabbits, Ronnie and Reggie.This allows the children to start understanding how to care for living things and they enjoy the responsibility of helping to care for them.  A cuddly dog called 'Dottie' is sent home each weekend with a child.  Dottie spends the weekend at home with the children and we ask the parents to complete a diary with photos.  This helps promote parent partnership and communication skills for the children when they are showing and telling what they have been up to.
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Meet the team... 

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Abigail
Big Room Team Leader
(Full time)
  • Started October 2008

  • BA Hons in Early Years Practice

  • Paediatric first aid

  • Child protection and safeguarding

  • Food hygiene

  • FGM

  • BLAST trained

  • Letters and sounds  

  • Looking & listening

  • Problem solving, reasoning and numeracy

  • Outdoor play

  • Fun wiv foniks

  • Dough gym & funky fingers

  • Supporting boys to achieve

  • Fine motor & early mark making

  • The Prevent Duty & British Values

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Jenny
Big Room Practitioner
(Part time, Term time)
  • Started July 2015

  • Level 3

  • Paediatric first aid

  • Child protection and safeguarding

  • Food Hygiene

  • FGM 

  • Fun with numbers

  • Doodle stick literacy programme

  • Move to learn - Pre-school

  • Understanding behaviour in the early years

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Samia
Big Room Apprentice
(Full time)
  • Started January 2022

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Hannah 
Big Room Practitioner
(Term-time)
  • Started April 2015

  • Level 3

  • Paediatric first aid

  • Child protection and safeguarding

  • Food hygiene

  • FGM

  • Behaviour management

  • Looking and listening

  • Importance of quality interaction in early years

  • The Prevent Duty & British Values

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Noreen
Big Room Practitioner
(Part time)
  • Started February 2005

  • Level 3

  • Paediatric first aid

  • Child protection and safeguarding

  • Food hygiene

  • FGM

  • Behaviour management

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Ronnie
Big Room Rabbit
(Full time)

I am an English lop rabbit.  I was born in 2018.  

I have been a Supertots team member since 2019.

My favourite food is Pak-choi.

I live with my brother Reggie.

I like to play hide and seek with my friend's.

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Maternity leave

Lauren R
Big Room Practitioner
(Full time)
  • Started June 2018

  • Level 3

  • Paediatric first aid

  • Child protection and safeguarding

  • Food hygiene

  • FGM

  • Rethinking behaviour support for young children

  • The Prevent Duty & British Values

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Claire
Big Room Practitioner
(Full time)
  • Started March 2004

  • Level 3

  • Paediatric first aid

  • Child protection and safeguarding

  • Food hygiene

  • FGM

  • Developing language and learning through story telling

  • I CAN- Early talk

  • Music & movement workshop

  • Developing maths in the early years 0-3 years

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Reggie
Big Room Rabbit
(Full time)

I am an English lop rabbit.  I was born in 2018.  

I have been a Supertots team member since 2019.

My favourite food is carrots.

I live with my brother Ronnie.

I like to play hide and seek with my friend's.

Zumba

The Big room children have a weekly Zumba class with our dance teacher Sally.  Zumba is known to increase children’s range of motions, endurance and strength and helps to improve coordination. Zumba is intended to be a social experience, and when children exercise together, they learn to work with a group. It boosts confidence and provides an outlet for children to express emotions.