What else do we have in store at Bradley Bar? Variety, variety, variety! We believe it is important to deliver a holistic approach towards the care and development of your child.
As part of your child’s development at Bradley Bar we believe it is important to integrate the children into the culture of their local community.
Please note a comprehensive risk assessment is carried out on all trip venues and statutory staff ratios are carefully managed. We ask for parents’ consent before any excursions.
We carefully arrange:
Aimed at pre-school children, toddlepops is non stop fun! Jam packed with singing, dancing, music, bubble time, parachute games to name a few activities. Your child will love it!
The class is weekly and is complimentary to those children attending nursery that day.
For more information please email the dance class teacher Stacey Laycock [email protected]
The children have shown particular enthusiasm for our Bollywood and Bhangra classes. This style of dance is rich with colour and story telling and is a vibrant form of expression for the children. Dance teacher Salma visits our nursery once per month and encourages the children to story tell through dance.
The class is monthly and is complimentary to those children attending nursery that day.
For more information visit Salma’s website www.salmasbollywoodacademy.com
We believe a good grounding comes from regular visits to the local community. Police, Road Safety and Emergency service professionals visit us and talk to the children about key topics.
We actively encourage parents and carers to talk about their occupations and to share stories with the children, engage them in creative activities and look after the garden.
Bradley Bar have been awarded a five star food hygiene rating and a gold healthy choice rating by Kirklees Council.
The five star food hygiene rating indicates an excellent level of cleanliness, food safety practices and kitchen management. You can read more information here.
The gold healthy choice award is in recognition of our healthy nutritious menus combined with healthy food options.
A child attending the full day session will receive more than their ‘five a day’ quota of fruit and vegetables.