News

9 th May 2017
Three and four year old children are entitled receive 15 hours of free early education per week at our day nursery in Cheshire, 38 weeks per year.  This can be administered over three terms or stretched out to suit your needs. When does my child become eligible? If your child is born between 1 April and 31 August, they will be eligible for a...
11 th April 2017
Our Cheshire day nursery takes its nutrition and freshly prepared meals very seriously.  And whilst providing a 5 a day meal plan we also cater for individual dietary requirement and allergies.  So we are concerned that our kids carry on with their good eating habits when they go to Primary School. Shadow leader Jeremy Corbyn has announced that...
10 th March 2017
All children in our Cheshire Day Nursery enjoy exploring the outdoor weather in all conditions. As you are aware the weather is becoming extremely cold so that we please ask that you help support your child to continue in the outdoors by providing them with hats and scarves. The nursery does provide wetsuits for all children.
20 th February 2017
We have reviewed our annual nursery policy and procedures here at our Day Nursery in Cheshire.  All our policies conform to the Ofsted guidelines and Early Years Framework. We ask that all parents make themselves familiar with any changes . Copies will be available upon request.
3 rd February 2017
At our Cheshire day nursery the staff and children all enjoyed celebrating Chinese New Year. We focused around the cultural celebrations of the event and enjoyed creating beautiful pictures and wall displays. We finished the week off with a variety of lovely foods and even had a try of using chopsticks.
9 th January 2017
Those who help out with childcare or provide support to others in their community tend to live longer than older people who do not care for other people, a new study has revealed.   Research published in the journal Evolution and Human Behaviour suggests that having full-time custody of grandchildren can have a negative effect on older...
12 th December 2016
Who remembers being read ‘The Little Match Girl’ in their youth? It is not the tale often told to little ones today. More likely they hear ‘triumph over adversity’ stories of animated animals, toys or wizards beating the odds against the dark forces. Voldemort never prevails. Rather, one could argue, a Disneyfied view of Christmas sees children’s...
29 th November 2016
Children under the age of six are working hard at being kind and tolerant but parents still feel there is much to learn, according to new research. Not always telling the truth, not interrupting when someone is talking and how to use a 'quiet voice' when making observations in public have been revealed as some of the most difficult traits to teach...
3 rd November 2016
Our Day Nursery in Widnes, Cheshire takes the welfare of your children very seriously.  That is why all our staff are highly qualified and are selected on their qualifications and their love of working with children.  We also provide regular training to ensure our team are up to date with first aid requirements and working towards further...
11 th October 2016
Daytime naps are crucial for babies and toddlers’ brain development and are essential for their wellbeing. Yet many young children go without a nap at nursery, either because it does not have a dedicated sleep area or because the parent has specifically asked for their child not to be given a nap. Sleep is a hot topic for parents of young children...

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