Help the misled parents

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

'Now will mothers stop sending children to baby farms', 'Toddlers left to cry at busy nurseries', 'Children neglected at start of the day in many nurseries' - these are just some of the headlines we have seen in the media after Ofsted's briefing 'Early Doors: experiences for children in daycare during the first hour of the day'. That familiar feeling of guilt has once again surfaced for parents. Leaving their child at nursery in the morning is hard enough, but now they have visions of children left crying and strapped into chairs with no toys to play with.

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