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My Mum Rocks

This activity allows your child to explore their natural environment as they look for their rock. It will also provide them with the opportunity to create with a purpose in mind and to plan ahead.

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Help Paying For Your Childcare

With parents under increasing financial pressure as 2021 starts and with lockdown continuing, many working parents are in need of even more support with childcare. Find out about the government schemes available to help parents fund nursery and pre-school places...

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Why can’t reindeers be blue? Make Christmas crafts about enjoyment rather than the end product.

Annie Tierney, Head of Operations, speaks about how easy it is for us to lose sight of what is important for the child when making Christmas crafts, and focus too much on creating something for the parents or a display board. When we do this, we are only thinking about the end product and not on the child’s creativity, imagination and the benefits which they gain through being able to freely be involved in arts, crafts and creative activities.

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New Nutritionally Accredited Menus launched

This week we launched our new, exciting Autumn / Winter menus. This is always an exciting week – when our children first taste our new, interesting, nutritious dishes – and our cooks wait patiently for the verdict on the new spaghetti bolognaise! This year, however, we are bubbling with excitement – our menus have been accredited by Action for Children, Eat Better, Start Better nutritionists. So, we know that they are more nutritious and tastier than ever! Providing our families even more reassurance that the food their children eat with us is going to give them the best start in life.

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Nursery and Pre-School Open Day

Saturday 26th September – 9.30am – 3pm Save 5% on your first three months when you register in September  By appointment only!

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Supporting children through difficult times

Just like adults, children have bad days, sad days, days where they cannot be bothered or feel overwhelmed with big emotions and the way they present this is just a normal reaction to these feelings and emotions. So, how can you help?