Melissa, our cook at Wellingborough Day Nursery has been working with Sharon (nursery owner), to review all our menus in a bid to cut added sugar further. We have always been careful to keep processed sugar to a minimum, for example by
At Wellingborough Day Nursery, we ensure that we do our very best to protect children who suffer allergic reactions when they eat a certain type of food.
As Allergy Awareness Week gets underway, we thought it was worth a few words on the ways in which we look after children with food allergies at Wellingborough Day Nursery. These are undoubtedly on the increase amongst little ones and ranging from
A nursery favourite with all age groups, there are lots of good things in this dessert that we serve as a teatime treat. There is a portion of fruit/vegetables in the raisins and courgettes and we replace margarine with healthy
This is a lovely recipe for children and at nursery we always have lots of clean plates. Crusty bread is a good accompaniment to mop up the sauce!
The two year old children in the Rainbows got stuck in making flapjacks for tea last week and we love the photos so much that we wanted to share them with you!
One of our favourite nursery meals, this recipe can be adapted to suit a family-sized appetite.
We were asked to write an article for the latest edition of Child Magazine, to highlight the importance of healthy eating in childcare settings. We were delighted, of course! Find us on on page 14… http://www.childmag.co.uk/latestissue/
Sometimes we are asked about dietary supplements at nursery and one question that has cropped up recently is whether or not to give Vitamin D supplements to young children. Our advice is always to discuss this with your GP or
Our parents are sometimes surprised at the lovely manners of the young children round our dinner tables. From the moment they join nursery, children join their friends round the table and are encouraged to try a bit of everything on