Welcome to New Generation, in Hackney, East London. We are a multiracial and multicultural nursery that has been established since 2003, and serve the local community with full day care for children from 3 months to 5 years of age all year round.
Our aim is to provide a high quality service to you and your child. We nurture happy children and give them the confidence to play and learn freely. We work to the required standards and ensure that your child is safe and comfortable during their time with us.
Our objective is not only to provide a stimulating, caring environment but to also offer a wide range of educational activities to prepare our children for the Early Years Foundation.
New Generation Nursery is dedicated to providing a wide variety child care services in an aesthetic setting. Customer service is extremely important. We want each child and their parents to have a pleasant experience in a warm, friendly and secured environment, and it is the intention that our staff would be able to answer questions with expertise and to offer advice when it is needed.
At New Generation Nursery your child will have a productive, educational but above all, a fun day!.
Welcome to New Generation
Fun In the Baby Room
The baby room is brightly decorated with colourful pictures on the wall
and handmade mobiles hanging from the ceiling. Colourful cushions and
pillows are arranged around the room to give the room a homely feel.
Each baby has their own cot and clean bedding. There is a baby changing
unit with individual trays which has the baby’s nappies and any creams
stored underneath and we have a separate milk kitchen to prepare their milk
At New Generation Nursery we operate a ‘key-person’ system where each child is allocated to a particular member of staff, who will take a keen interest in your child and is responsible for noting observations about your child’s development and progress whilst at the nursery.
This staff member will work in partnership with you the parent to ensure that your child receives the best support and care during their time at the nursery.
Our 2-5 's room has different areas for the children to explore, learn and play in a safe stimulating environment. The day is structured with a daily routine that allows for
Most of our resources are within reach of the children hence
enabling them to choose their play materials.
We raise cultural awareness by learning and celebrating different cultures through songs, visits to the library, celebrating events such as Black History Month, Diwali, Chinese New Year, making national flags and trying different tasty and nutritious cultural foods.
We use observations to inform our planning which takes into consideration age appropriate activities to meet children’s individual abilities and capabilities to ensure their needs are met and supporting then at different levels of their learning and understanding.
Fun with Playdough!
Children learn through a mixture of planned activities as a wide range of resources are available. These include:
• Sand and Water play
• Writing table
• Arts and Crafts
• Outdoor play
These activities promote children’s independence taking into account the
physical, emotional, social needs and development of children.
routine is followed but with flexibility to meet the individual needs of
children. Our Indoor and outdoor activities are all planned around children's development, interest and topics we are covering.
ensure that the activities we provide cover the seven areas of The
Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and we use observation to inform our
planning to ensure individual children’s needs are met.
The Early Years Foundation Stage;
• Physical development
• Communication and language
• Personal, social and emotional development
• understanding the world
• Expressive arts and design
Two Year Progress Checks
complete progress checks on 2yr old's to review the child’s development
in the Prime Areas of the EYFS. This helps parents to understand their
child’s needs and ways to support them.
At 27 months a joint Health
review is carried out with a Health Visitor, parent, key person and
manager. At this meeting, strategies to support child’s learning
development and any additional needs are agreed. (Contact the nursery
for more information)
By close observation and monitoring of
children staff at New Generation can help to identify any special needs a
child may have, so these can be addressed and discussed with parents.
Children with Special Needs follow the same routine as the other
children but with all the additional assistance that they may need to
learn at their own rate.
At New Generation Nursery we like to take
the children on a variety of outings. Throughout the year they will
visit places like the farm, the zoo, local parks, fire station and
regular visits to the local library.
During the summer we go on
our annual summer outing to places such as Thorpe Park, Chessington
Adventure, Lego Land and the seaside. Parents
and carers are actively encouraged to come on outings with us to
accompany their child and help the staff.