Some of you will know our Regional Manager, Jo Stainsby, because she was the first manager at Wellingborough Day Nursery. Nowadays she supports Hayley and the team behind the scenes and although she is happy enough to be an unsung hero,
The staff at Wellingborough Day Nursery are sometimes lucky enough to receive little gifts at Christmas from our wonderful families. This year I thought it might be nice to share with you why we all think the staff deserve thanks, too.
The children leaving us to go to Big School had a special trip this summer. Heidi and the team took them on a coach to West Lodge Rural Centre and we all had such an amazing day on the farm.
Some fantastic pictures from our recent Open Day. Thanks so much for all your support and for the staff for putting on such a great event!
As adults, it is hugely important that we are able to take risks in our everyday lives. Taking risks enables us to try new experiences. Without the ability to take a chance, we would never have the confidence to learn
When the weather warms up, the bugs come out! It happens every year and suddenly we are all excited to find woodlice and beetles in the sunshine. This week the two year olds in the Rainbows’ room took our magnifying
Have you ever tried this at home? Fill an ice cube tray with poster paint, stick in some wooden lolly sticks and leave overnight.
The girls were in a world of their own, playing Ring a Ring o’ Roses in the garden this week. I thought I would share the photos with you 🙂
Our two year olds have been intrigued by the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. So much so, that their key staff have tracked down some real live caterpillars and we are attempting to coax them into butterflies.
The opportunities for creative work really open up in the good weather. Look at this wonderful piece of artwork that our Rainbows created!