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21 st November 2017
You can be assured that your child receives well balanced and nutritious meals at our Cheshire Day Nursery.  All meals are freshly prepared on site and we support the 5 a day eating regime.  As we have a trained cook on site we can cater for all dietary and religious meal requirements too.  If you would like to discuss your child's dietary needs,...
30 th October 2017
‘Baby talk’ may sound silly to adults, but researchers have now found that it plays an important role in language learning and highlighting the structure of language. Researchers from Princeton University in the US have found that mothers change their ‘vocal timbre’ when talking to their baby and in doing so, they help their baby’s ability to pick...
30 th September 2017
Our OFSTED approved Liverpool Day Nursery does offer the 30 hours of free childcare.  If you would like to find out if you qualify, please contact one of our Day Nursery staff here. The Government launches its 30 hours ‘free’ childcare scheme, childcare practitioners are warning they will be forced to charge parents to top up the Government’s...
5 th September 2017
In the widening controversy over the failure of a HMRC website designed to administer the new ‘30 hours’ scheme, HMRC chief executive Jon Thompson has issued an apology, explaining £45,000 compensation had already been paid to parents for time wasted. The confession to Ms Morgan, the new Treasury Select Committee chair, came at a time when it was...
10 th August 2017
Parents are worried their children will miss out on a 30-hour ‘free’ nursery place this September because families keep hitting brick walls when it comes to applying for it as a result of IT glitches on a government website. The HMRC’s Childcare Service website has been plagued by technical difficulties and for parents trying to navigate it they...
26 th July 2017
Working parents can now apply for places for four-year-olds under the new 30 hours ‘free’ childcare scheme being rolled out in September, the DfE has announced. This will double the current amount which stands at 15 hours a week. Critics will be paying close attention to how nurseries cope with the scheme, after a mixed review of recent Government...
3 rd July 2017
The start of a new school term is always exciting, but the transition from nursery to primary school can be both daunting and overwhelming for young children, and although every parent wants their child to settle, they are often unaware how they can support them. Children aged between 30-50 months and 40-60 months are expected to achieve a range...
20 th June 2017
Visits – Here at our Day Nursery in Cheshire we offer an initial 4 hours setting in visits upon enrolment prior to the initial start date. This allows parents and carers to meet with your child’s allocated Key person, complete an initial entry form and leave your child in our care to enjoy making new friends and participating in some new fun and...
6 th June 2017
We operate from Monday to Friday 7.30am until 6.00pm excluding all bank holidays. We actively offer a shift worker rota day system at our Cheshire Day Nursery for those parents/ carers who may work shifts this flexibility allows you to continue to work knowing that your child can attend any sessions causing no disruptions to your day to day work...
23 rd May 2017
Our Cheshire Day Nursery will be accepting children to complete their 30 hours Free Childcare as from September. All 3 and 4-year-olds in England already get 15 hours a week  of free early education. If their parents are living and working in England, 3 and 4-year-olds may be entitled to 30 hours free childcare. An extra 570 hours of free...

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