Get settled

Ann Langston
Wednesday, October 1, 2003

How do you comfort a child who is not settling-in at nursery? Ann Langston offers guidance to ensure that the nursery has an induction policy that is positive for children, staff and parents Starting nursery can be enormously beneficial for children and their families, yet it can also be an anxious time too. So what can be done to make the process of settling children into nursery positive both for the child and their parents?

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