Welcome to Arista Kids Nursery
Arista Kids Nursery’s vision is to nurture children in their development by allowing them to actively learn.
Our Mission is to encourage children in achieving their maximum potential using enjoyable and entertaining methods, allowing them to independently learn as well as catering to their individual needs.
Why Arista Kids?
Arista comes from a Greek grading system which means “excellent”. At Arista Kids Nursery we strive for excellence in all that we aim to achieve; from providing quality childcare facilities, to improving outcomes for all children on their educational journey at Arista Kids Nursery.
We operate an online learning journal (Tapestry) which creates a story of a child’s time at nursery in which parents can log into and follow their child’s development. We aim to work closely with parents in updating them and involving them in their child’s progress.
Arista Kids Nursery have a commitment to ensure children are safe and secure in a friendly environment that enables them to grow.
HOW TO SEE WHAT YOUR KIDS ARE UP TO…
At Arista Kids Nursery we operate an online journal called Tapestry. This online facility is used by members of our team to record children’s learning and development. Parents can therefore log into their personal private account and view their child’s progress from the comfort of their own home.
Tapestry is a unique way of capturing a child’s development by logging their experiences. Additionally, the system involves parents in their child’s journey leading up to their school years, where they can be a part of their child’s special moments.
If you have a two year old, they may be eligible to access free early years education at Arista Kids Nursery which would consist of 15 hours per week over 38 weeks each year.
Do you have what it takes? Are you patient? Are you punctual? Are you organised? Are you creative and imaginative? Do you have a good understanding of the EYFS?
At Arista Kids Nursery we operate an online Journal called Tapestry, this online facility is used by members of our team to record children’s learning and development.
All three and four year olds are entitled to 15 hours of free early education for 38 weeks of the year.