More families are putting their children into nurseries with the rising cost of living they have to return to work sooner. There are many calls for nurseries from fraught parents to help with toilet training as they are struggling to find the time to potty train their child in a weekend and feel incredibly guilty. A number of infant schools … [Read more...] about Calls For Nurseries to Help Potty Train Toddlers
Back in November 2014, Nicky Morgan, the Education Secretary, decided all schools and early years’ settings should actively promote British Values, and Ofsted will assess and rate the provision. British values should be included in everything you do. It would be a good idea to involve parents and carers as often as possible, helping to build … [Read more...] about Promoting British Values
For a long time professionals have acknowledged the link between learning the piano and language development. Recently this has been further supported by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A study carried out by the institute found that nursery aged children greatly benefitted from learning the piano. The learning of such an … [Read more...] about Link Between Learning the Piano and Language Development
In 2017 the Scottish government decided to exempt nurseries from business rate tax from the following year. Derek Makay, who is the Holyrood finance secretary, said that “Scotland has always been a leader in education and childcare, and this is the first relief of its kind anywhere in the UK.” Getting rid of business rate tax is thought to … [Read more...] about Should Nurseries In England Be Exempt From Business Rates Tax?
Making sense of play by playing games learning new skills and experimenting by enjoying organised activities, help develop essential early skills. There is a wide range of toys and equipment to suit all ages to support teaching, but effective planned activities are essential. Playtime Is a Significant Learning Time For Children Play … [Read more...] about Making Sense of Play
Unfortunately faddish eaters are part and parcel of nursery life. By thirteen months, a toddler should be able to drink from a cup and may be able to use a spoon or fork themselves. Eating food is a sensorial experience, and so the earlier you start toddlers trying new foods, the better. The more diverse range of meals and varied fruits and … [Read more...] about Dealing With Faddish Eaters
Young enjoy new yurt at Kiddi Caru in Wellingborough. The Yurt was inspiration brought over from central Asia. Wellingborough’s well being Yurt will boost the nurseries space to provide fun and engaging activities. The children enjoyed a special fun day for the official opening of the yurt. There was tombola, hook a duck plus many more … [Read more...] about Young Enjoy New Yurt
A dummy can be a very useful aid for most parents to help to relax their baby or toddler. By the time a child is two, a dummy should be limited and totally stopped by the age of four according to leading dental health experts even with an orthodontic dummy. If the child hasn’t stopped on their own initiative the parent should intervene before … [Read more...] about Time To Give Up The Dummy?
Welcome to the mud café the best opportunity to feed a child’s natural curiosity and one of the best resources to encourage children to play outside. The menu could offer mud pie, leaves and gravel cupcakes, pebble stew and twig soup! Photo by PlayGardens Resource the area with a quality range of messy play receptacles from sieves and … [Read more...] about Welcome To the mud cafe
This is probably not new news to you but new research has proven just how dangerous it is for todfdlers and we should all be extremely vigilant. We should protect toddlers daily not just when there is a sudden heat wave as little ones are much more sensitive to the sun’s harmful rays. It is imperative to remind parents to provide sun glasses, … [Read more...] about Sun Damage More Harmful to Toddlers Than Adults