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29 th January 2015
Our Cheshire Day Nursery prides itself on providing healthy, freshly prepared meals and snacks for your children.  Parents in the UK feel pressured into buying junk food for their children that has previously been advertising on TV, according to research published by the British Heart Foundation (BHF.) The survey has been published in time for ‘...
23 rd December 2014
At our Cheshire Day Nursery we encourage our kids to learn a wide variety of skill sets.  These specific areas include: Literacy. Mathematics Understanding the world Expressive arts and design. For each area, the level of progress that children are expected to have attained by the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage is defined by...
8 th December 2014
All our meals at our Widnes Day Nursery are freshly preapred on site to ensure that your child eats healthy, nutritious meals while they are in our care.   The survey by Action on Sugar revealed that one quarter of children’s juices could contain a minimum of six teaspoons of sugar per 200ml serving. Fruit juices defined as 100 per cent pure fruit...
26 th November 2014
Play helps young children to learn and develop through doing and talking, which research has shown to be the means by which young children learn to think. Our setting uses the Development Matters in the Early Years Foundation Stage guidance to plan and provide a range of play activities, which help children to make progress in each of the areas of...
17 th November 2014
Every child at our Cheshire Day Nursery is a unique child who is constantly learning and can be resilient, capable, confident and self assured. We encourage children to learn to be strong and independent through positive relationships. Children learn and develop well in enabling environments, in which their experiences respond to their individual...
6 th November 2014
Some parents admit to feeling jealous of the strong, emotional bond that a nursery worker can form with their child. Yet this connection is vital if the child is in nursery for a large part of the week, according to What About the Children (WATCh?). However despite this anxiety over parents’ reactions, Penny Tassoni, president and Professional...
13 th October 2014
Three and four year old children are entitled receive 15 hours of free early education per week at our day nursery in Liverpool, 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...
25 th September 2014
Stammering is a serious communication difficulty where people have problems repeating words, repeating sounds, stretching sounds or getting stuck on a specific word. It is also more common in under-fives than many people might think. The British Stammering Association is quick to reassure parents they haven’t caused the speech difficulties, and...
19 th September 2014
The early years pupil premium, which currently stands at £300 and is aimed at disadvantaged children aged three to four, would be raised to £1,000, if they manage to remain in a Coalition Government. Outlining party plans and reflecting on developments of the last few years, Schools Minister David Laws said: “Liberal Democrats have delivered huge...
9 th September 2014
Parents of all two-year-olds will benefit from 15 hours a week of free childcare under Liberal Democrat pre-manifesto plans to be unveiled today. The £800m proposal is likely to be one of the most expensive in the 80-page Liberal Democratic pre-manifesto document containing 300 separate ideas, which will be revealed by the deputy prime minister, ...

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