See all the top early years suppliers at the Nursery World Show 2019

Nursery World
Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Make time to tour our fantastic exhibition at the Nursery World Show on 1-2 February at London's Business Design Centre to try and buy the latest resources.

EQUIPMENT

Yellow Door will be launching new resources for outdoor learning and investigative play, including Pre-Coding Penguins, which are not only cute but will encourage logical thinking and language development and give children confidence to apply these skills to early coding.

Innovative child tracking device ClassHug from the Hug Group takes a headcount of your group every second and can be worn on outdoor adventures or inside settings. It is paired with an Apple device and has the option to add photos and medical notes for each child. Find out more and get a free trial and 25 per cent off at the show.

Greenspan Projects has extensive design and build experience of early years gardens, broad knowledge of the EYFS and high-quality workmanship which it uses to create bespoke outdoor spaces that enhance children’s outdoor learning and development experiences.

Funky Feet Music has developed a number of fun, interactive activities that support both body and brain development for the playful child who loves to move. Visit the stand to listen to ‘Pop like Popcorn’, an album linked to the EYFS framework.

sanondafSanondaf has created a medical-grade dry disinfectant fog to kill surface contaminations and airborne infections and eradicate 99.99 per cent of bacteria, viruses, moulds and fungi. Visit Sanondaf’s stand to discuss the benefits and convenience of this specialist service and to enter a free prize draw to win a treatment for your setting.

Wild Fangs will be returning with more exotic friends. Delivering interactive, educational and entertaining visits, Wild Fangs believes children learn better through first-hand experiences.

Talking Turtle will be showcasing a unique range of early years resources, launching sensory products and offering an exclusive show discount.

Eduzone, supplier of early years educational resources, furniture and equipment, will be hosting a variety of products at the show. Visitors to the Eduzone stand will also be able to register interest for the 2019 catalogue full of new launches and arts and crafts, stationery and cleaning products, as well as enter a competition to win a fantastic prize.

Also at the show: Alpha Consumables, Community Playthings, Early Years Direct, EduFilm, Genee World, Graduation Attire, Hope Education, Kidslingo, Never Never Land, NiceSmile, Outside Classroom Boards, Route 2 Education, Sense Toys, The School Renovation Company.

BOOKS

Clickety Books and Hodder Education will be among the educational publishers exhibiting.

CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT

Tapestry will be debuting a new register feature which will allow settings to create their own sessions, groups of children and absence codes, and then use them to record exactly who is in the setting and when. This feature is currently in its beta testing phase but will be available for viewing at the show.

Come and meet the team behind JABADAO, the creators of Developmental Movement Play and The Tig. Discover more about developmental issues, find movement play resources such as scarves, body balls, ribbon sticks and stretchy fabrics in the JABADAO shop, and stick your name in the hat for a chance to win a versatile tunnel/rocker/den.

famlyFamly will be introducing Famly Free, a new easy-to-use, award-nominated app with learning journals, cohort tracking, daily logs, and parent communication. The package comes with 500MB of picture uploads for observations and posts to parents too. You can meet the team and find out more about this free package and Famly’s paid packages at the show.

FirstSteps Software will be previewing a brand new version of the FirstSteps Management System. While retaining the flexibility and functionality of the current system, the new version will have extra features including live registers, streamlined reporting and a simpler booking process. Other apps on show will include FirstSteps Monitor for paper-free registers and daily diaries, FirstSteps Tracker for EYFS observations, custom frameworks and progress tracking, and FirstSteps Parent Link to encourage two-way parental engagement. FirstSteps will be offering visitors a 20 per cent discount on new installations and a 50 per cent discount on upgrades.

Also at the show: Blossom Educational, eyLog, Genee World, Opal Education.

TRAINING

Threads of Success, now part of The Education People, is a framework of training, resources and visits dedicated to ensuring excellence across the early years and childcare sector. At the show, it will be unveiling its early years and childcare recruitment toolkit, a new resource to help attract and engage staff, and a manager’s handbook to support the development of pathways to excellence with a focus on teaching and learning, and monitoring practice.

Training and bespoke consultancy company Jigsaw provides a quality improvement inspection service enabling you to be ready for your inspection and helping you shine throughout the process. Jigsaw consultant Vanessa Dooley, who is an ex-inspector, will also be sharing her new book.

Win £25 worth of Amazon vouchersat the University of Greenwich’s free prize draw, get advice on undergraduate or postgraduate programmes, speak to academics for personal guidance and gather as much information as you need about the university.

Also at the show: CACHE, Canterbury Christ Church University, Omnia Training Solutions, Parenta, People and Business Development.

RECRUITMENT

leyfLondon Early Years Foundation (LEYF)is growing and needs passionate staff to join its inspiring team. LEYF’s stand will showcase some of the provocations that its nursery teams create every day in nurseries, including making potions, a sensory activity that children love, and a woodworking activity which is part of risky play.

Yellow Duck Childcare specialises in early years recruitment and consultancy, introducing permanent and temporary childcare professionals to early years settings and families, and providing a support network for nursery owners and managers including services such as training, advice, and support before Ofsted inspections.

TUI’s Destination Experiences operates in 115 destinations worldwide and is offering the chance to use childcare qualifications abroad, creating play opportunities and learning environments for children all over the globe. TUI’s stand will help explore the many life-changing career opportunities and exciting roles on offer.

Also at the show: Daisy Chain Childcare Recruitment, Link Education, Riverside Cares.

ORGANISATIONS

I CAN supports children of all ages through its speech and language programmes, interventions and specialist schools, and through resources, training and information for parents, families and people who work with children and young people. It has a network of licensed tutors all over the country, qualified to go into schools and settings and deliver training to practitioners.

Also at the show: Department for International Trade, Montessori Centre International, Voice.

NUTRITION AND HEALTH

tealTEAL, the leading manufacturer of portable, hot water handwashing units, will be showcasing its KiddiWash range at the show with live demonstrations, making handwashing fun, educational and hygienic for children.

Apetito’s team of qualified chefs and in-house nutritionists work to create delicious meals that can be delivered frozen and ready to serve within 45 minutes. The range covers all tastes and preferences from home classics to modern trends. Menu planning and ordering is simple through an online system and the company also offers free UK delivery, full training and ongoing support.

This January sees the launch of a new holistic programme aimed at combating obesity in early years children from Action for Children in partnership with Active Movement. The 12-month programme combines education and early intervention on movement and nutrition to achieve long-term benefits for children’s health and well-being through Action for Children’s Eat Better, Start Better training alongside Active Movement’s behavioural modification programme, which aims to integrate activity into every child’s routine. Action for Children staff will be highlighting its work and showing you how it can support your setting at the show.

Also at the show: Oral Health Foundation, Nursery Catering Company.

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