Mission Statement

“If children are given the necessary tools to succeed, they will succeed beyond their wildest dreams!

Handprints day nursery provides a safe, stimulating environment for all children to learn, develop and thrive. Children learn through play and we ensure that all children are challenged and supported in their exploration of the world around them.

We are a welcoming and non-judgmental educational service for all families with children aged 3 months – 11 years. We offer a nurturing environment with equal opportunities for all children and work together with parents and other agencies to ensure their children receive the best start in life.”

(Hannah Wiggin Handprints Ltd. Director)

Handprints Aims and Objective

  • To provide the highest quality affordable provision.
  • To establish good joint working relationships with parents and carers.
  • To establish good joint working relationships with other agencies.
  • To be inclusive of all children.
  • To support all children to be keen happy and confident learners by providing a wide and varied range of play experiences.
  • To ensure key persons support children and are “tuned into” their needs and interests to make sure these are appropriately met.
  • To provide an environment where all children are safe by maintaining staff to children ratios, carrying out regular risk assessments and ensuring staff are trained to meet the health and safety of all children including safeguarding.

Equal Opportunities & Inclusion

Handprints Nursery are committed to promoting equal opportunities within the nursery. We always strive to make all our children, parents and staff feel welcome at the nursery and everyone is treated equally, with great consideration given to individual needs. No discrimination will be tolerated towards anyone regarding race, religion, culture, language, gender or disability.



We take a positive approach to supporting children’s behaviour lots of praise and wow moments are used to promote and reinforce positive behaviour. If inappropriate behaviour requires further support this is done in partnership with parents by developing strategies to solve the issues together.

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