Being Healthy

Our children will experience a variety of healthy balanced and nutritious foods. We believe the food served at our Nurseries give the children the energy they need for a busy day of learning through play.

The menus are carefully planned and freshly prepared by a company called The Pantry. A copy of their menu is available from the nursery in hard copy.  We work in partnership with parents to ensure that if there any specific dietary requirement, these are appropriately met.

A day in the life of a Little Learner starts off with a balanced breakfast followed by an morning snack of fruit. Lunch time then follows around mid-day. The children then have tea which is usually is around 3.30pm. The food your child eats each day and the amount they have eaten is reported to you at pick up.

Meals are served family style. This gives the children an opportunity to help set the table and talk to their friends and adults about the food they are about to eat. This helps to develop social skills and discussions around making healthy choices. The children then help to clear away after themselves. We believe in encouraging independence.

Keeping Safe

Keeping everybody safe is our number one priority. Ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all children in our care, our visitors and our staff is paramount.

We ensure Little Learners Nursery Group maintains rigorous health and safety practices, and our staff ensure that they take responsibility for their own safety and those around them. Our nurseries conduct daily health and safety checks and undertake routine fire drills on a regular basis.

We are very proud to say that ALL nursery staff are:

  • First Aid trained
  • Food Hygiene trained
  • A level 2 or higher in Safeguarding


More information for parents…

  1. Please download the booklet below, ‘A Parent’s Guide from birth to five and beyond for Child Health and Common Illnesses’. It has lots of information that you might find useful. There is also a free app to download:


  1. You can find lots of information from the NHS here: