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Why Us?

At Happylands we believe that Physical Activity is one of the most important things for young children's development

  • 50% of the children's activity time is spent outside in all weathers

  • Several times a week the children join in Rosie Tots including throwing, balancing and climbing

  • Tiggers and Tigers do daily ten minute warm-up exercises/yoga, while the Cubs do tummy time

  • Our soft play area is a great favourite with all children for rough and tumble

One of our unexpected hidden features is our Large Secure Outdoor Space

  • Barked area with large climbing frame, bouncy bridge and swinging stepper! Fairy garden, outdoor role play car, horse swing and sensory walk through area 

  • The large paved area is utilised for sand play, water wall, construction corner, Wendy house, bikes and scooters, sports equipment trolley, mark making and musical walls 

  • Big Mud kitchen available for mixing potions and making mud pies

  • Dedicated under 3's garden with soft rubber area for our climbing frame, swing and rockers

  • Paved area for our wooden train, sand and water play, music and water wall, raised herb garden, bikes and there is even room to run around and play!

Exploring the Natural World 

  • We have a Potting Shed where the children experiment with growing in different ways, sowing a variety of seeds and planting them out in the raised vegetable beds and flower pots

  • Wormery

  • Compost bin

  • Minibeast hotel 

We have a dedicated Sensory Room for the use of all children


This includes:

  • Sensory music and lighting

  • Soft play area

  • Bubble machine

  • Fish tank

  • Water wall

  • Abundance of sensory toys both on the wall and throughout the room

We keep strong Links with the Community

  • Visits from people who help us (Paramedics, Firemen, Police etc.)

  • Tea and Support Carol singing to the vulnerable elderly

  • Harvest Collection of food parcels for the food bank

  • Regular visits to the local school including the weekly use of the forest school, attending their Christmas concert and providing a breakfast and afterschool club.

  • Making and handing out cards to the local shops and inviting them to judge competitions such as the Easter bonnet parade

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