Farley Nursery School, Sparsholt offers a truly unique outdoor learning environment where children play, learn and above all enjoy growing up in the wonderful outdoors.
The three Yurt classrooms provide a special haven for the children. Their ash framework is sourced from a local forest and the canvas frames are wrapped with organic sheepswool in Winter. Despite this, the children spend almost all of their time outdoors.
Children at Sparsholt benefit from on-site access to the zoo and dairy farm at Sparsholt College where they watch the lambing in spring and visit the pigs and the dairy on a regular basis. Children are also encouraged to get involved in every stage of crop growing on the nursery vegetable patch, from planting the pumpkin, courgette and sweetcorn seeds to watering, harvesting and even eating the fresh produce during outdoor picnic time!
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The loving and caring staff have helped nurture our children's sense of adventure, imagination and self confidence.
When our son started at Farley, it was like tasting ice cream for the first time - except we got to have the ice cream everyday! He had no problems settling in because every morning, when dropping him off, the adventure was about to start.
Sue, I just wanted to tell how beyond fantastic and marvellous your staff have been, and to thank you for employing such amazing people who make leaving my baby so much easier.
My two children often come home covered in mud, paint, glitter or all 3 but greet me with beaming smiles every time I pick them up no matter what the weather's doing.
Stories in the yurt, hot chocolates round the fire, being pirates in ballet & running free in the field. Everyday has been an adventure for him, it couldn't have been any better.
The staff are second to none, I feel completely confident that my children are well cared for & above all else have tonnes of fun.
We're Ofsted-registered and follow the government's 'early years foundation stage' standards for learning.