💚 Prevention of choking 💚 After teaching another great parent first aid yesterday the discussion of choking is always top of the agenda so I found this great visual and advice from Charlotte at SR Nutrition Follow her page for great nutritional and weaning advice This is what Charlotte has to say... 🥦Often with the … Continue reading Prevention of choking
For many parents, just finding the right nursery to register their child at is often only half the story. The second half is then settling in your child to nursery life and the challenges this can present. All children have their own special way of finding their feet at nursery. There are many things that … Continue reading Settling In: How Long should it take to Settle in to a Nursery?
"Parenting Advice: “Why Does My Child Bite?” Children who bite is something that many parents experience. Our nursery practitioners will often encounter biting as well. One of the questions we’re often asked is, “Why does my child bite?” You may find it comforting to know that most children will bite at least once before they … Continue reading Why Does My Child Bite?
What to look for when choosing a nursery Supernanny expert Amanda Coxen, gives her tips and advice on how to find the best nursery for your little one As a recruiter for nurseries and a mother of a four-year-old who attends a nursery, I have seen for myself both the good and the bad in … Continue reading What to look for when choosing a nursery
The Pre-School children have had lots of fun today using their senses to explore a tray of different fruits. The children showed interest in the different textures and smells as well as the different colours and shapes. We did lots of squishing and squeezing and the children observed the different effects. These are just some … Continue reading Fruit Play
The Pre-school children always enjoy their weekly visits from our professional French teacher.
The Pre-school children loved painting the umbrellas whilst their friend sits underneath and watch's in awe.
The baby room have spent their afternoon creating lots of sounds using the new wooden drums. They would use their hands and the wooden spoons to bang the drums whilst listening to their carers sing nursery rhymes and talk about the different sounds that they are creating.
Our new extended baby sensory area is full of natural resources for the babies to explore.
The children have been having lots of fun with their new water wall in the pre-school area. The pre-school children have been pumping the water up through the tubes and then watch it run down the wall.