Our Ethos

At Ashbridge, we believe in a holistic, approach to children’s early years education; offering secure foundations for learning and future success.

Our safe and enriched environments encourage a fresh and stimulating dimension to learning promoting a sense of confidence, well-being and respect for others and the natural world.

Children learn when they are actively engaged and challenged and we believe that in knowing how children learn through play and direct teaching we ensure the best possible outcomes.

We believe that children deserve the support and care of passionate teachers and practitioners. Through meaningful interactions, building secure relationships and high quality teaching we give children the opportunity to form a positive self-image, love of learning and experience an exceptional education.

By offering a service that works in partnership with and supports families we believe in promoting a culture of mutual respect and a shared vision.

The vision for children and families at Maxy Farm has been to create a vibrant environment were seamless early learning both inside and outdoors promotes investigation and creative thinking. Building on the Ashbridge ethos children develop their independence, meet challenges with confidence and learn to take risks in a secure and atmosphere.

What’s Happening?

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RT @NDNAtalk: Tulip Siddiq has written to us to “pay tribute to the heroic work that nurseries & other childcare providers are doing to sup…
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RT @mrs_livesey: Well done Year 4 for your amazing attitude to learning this past fortnight. Have a lovely Easter holidays! https://t.co/xr
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RT @stephb1986: Lilly decided to hold her own shining stars this afternoon. @MissSeaton @ashbridgeschool 😍🌟 https://t.co/tJTM019gYM
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RT @wamster1980: Today was the end of an era! After 10 happy years, Eddie said a sad farewell to Ashbridge. He will miss everyone there and…
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RT @stephb1986: Today Lilly has wrote a letter to the Queen as part of her literacy work. 👑👸 @MissSeaton @ashbridgeschool https://t.co/4Z0F
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