Whether you’re returning to work after maternity leave, moving to a different area, or just feel that your child would benefit from a nursery environment, choosing a setting to accommodate your child is a daunting task. To help you make
The NHS offers some guidance when it comes to the amount of sleep your little one needs. They base their recommendations on research done by the Millpond Children’s Sleep Clinic and while every child is different, we would agree that
All children play at being adults. The game may have different names – Role Play, Let’s Pretend, Playing Grown-ups – but it’s essentially the same thing. They observe what we do and then act it out. As babies, they start
Many of our parents will be flying with little ones for the first time this summer. But it can be quite a challenge. Our Senior Manager, Heather Clark, has recently returned from her first family holiday abroad with her two nursery-age
How easy is it to communicate with your baby? Are you confident that you know what your baby is trying to tell you? Baby Talk can sometimes seem a complete mystery to new parents so we’ve gathered together a few
Do we ever grow out of making snuggly, hidey-holes? This week, our baby room staff have brought our weaving tunnels indoors and found a whole new purpose for them. The little ones have loved turning them into dens, with fabric
This is one of the busiest times of year for new-starters at nursery. Here are our top tips for those preparing for their little one’s first day.
The babies have been really arty, today, creating their own paintings with their feet! We hope you enjoy the results…
Thanks so much for donating the Sainsbury’s vouchers you’ve been collecting. This wonderful sensory tent arrived today!
You may have seen nursery staff playing with babies and toddlers with a collection of household objects. We call them Treasure Baskets, and it’s honestly not as daft as it seems!