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As a result of the interest they took in animals while at nursery, the under-threes at London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) Furze Children’s Day Nursery in Chadwell Heath paid a visit to their local community farm.
Children let their imaginations run wild on World Book Day across all 24 of the Mama Bear’s Day Nurseries in Bristol, Somerset and Torbay.
The UCL’s Institute of Education has just launched a project to examine private sector childcare in England
Children from Little Garden Brentford Day Nursery and Preschool went on one of their regular visits to their friends at the nearby Maryville Care Home.
The Hoots at Young Sussex Nursery in Shoreham held its own ticketed Oscars ceremony with handmade trophies and performances by the children.
Children at Footsteps Fazeley Nursery in Tamworth enjoyed dressing up as characters from the books they have enjoyed reading with their parents for World Book Day.
Staff at Sunbeams Day Nursery in Leeds were bursting with pride after being awarded an Outstanding grade at their very first inspection for their new setting at Thorpe Park.
Little Acorns Mirfield ran a trip to the local fish counter so children could see how the fish is kept fresh.
The Roseacre Playgroup in Shepperton ran a sensory activity to encourage children to talk about what they could hear, see, smell, feel and taste.
Children at Dunky’s Day Nursery in Runcorn have been discovering and exploring shadows using lots of objects including animal and dinosaur toys and their own hands and feet.
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