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Yo Ho Ho…Pirate Cupcake Week at Staines Day Nursery

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    Staying Healthy at Nursery – Flu Update

    At Childbase we take the health of our children and staff extremely seriously and with the recent outbreak of seasonal flu, including the swine flu virus, we are being extra vigilant across all...

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    The NMT Nursery Awards 2010

    A Winning Team at the Nursery Management Awards 2010

    It was a tense lead up to the Nursery Management Today Awards Gala Presentation 2010 but the wait was worth the nerves when on Friday...

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    Keeping Mums and Dads in the Know.

    A parent focused approach at nursery.

    Within any childcare setting it is vital to create and maintain a good relationship between parent and practitioner. At Childbase we encourage an open...

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    The Nurture of Nature - A Quacking Role Model

    Nurturing children is at the core of the Childbase approach and our fantastic teams of caring staff ensure that it stays at the centre of everything we do. From their earliest weeks to the time...

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    Peddle, Bake, Dress Up – Its All For Charity!

    Whether it’s been a sponsored peddle, a Valentines cake sale or dressing up as Peter Pan for the day; children, parents, their families and our nursery teams have enthusiastically joined fund...

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    SUNDAY TIMES TOP 100

    Childbase, has continued its meteoric rise up The Sunday Times Top 100 Best Companies to Work For list, achieving 23rd place overall and remaining the only childcare provider to warrant inclusion...

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    MILES HOUSE, BATH OPEN DAY

    Miles House in Bath was officially opened by Lucy Thompson at the beginning of March 2010. To help Lucy mark the occasion, she was joined by Fifi The Flowertot and England Rugby International and...

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Fund-raiser helps terminally ill children

Children and staff at Emscote House Day Nursery in Leamington Spa were spreading the love on Saturday with a family ‘fun day’ raising money for terminally ill children and helping a Dad recover in hospital.

Mr. Tim Austen was recovering from a shoulder operation and couldn't attend the...

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‘Employee Champions’ ensuring children get the best deal.

Following a ground-breaking ‘reduced hours for same pay’ staff deal, Childbase Partnership ‘Employee Champions’ have been named one of the UK’s best HR Teams in a prestigious awards scheme.

Hailed as exceptional and innovative, the five-woman HR team were one of seven finalists -...

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Everyone’s a winner at Seabrook Day Nursery

Everybody was a winner when the Seabrook Day Nursery in Luton staged its annual sports day with races for all family members and fund-raising for terminally ill children.

Gold medals were handed out to all the children taking part as they raced and toddled to finishing lines but it was...

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Employee Owners – Working for your child

Children and employees in Childbase Partnership nurseries were definitely ‘having their cake and eating it’ during the first-ever nationwide celebration for employee-owned businesses.

While Government ministers championed the idea inLondonand at events nationwide, Childbase employee...

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Nottingham Day Nursery rated ‘one of the best’ in the country

Cheers and laughter spread like a ‘Mexican wave’ through Edwalton Day Nursery as it was named one of the best early learning centres in the country.

Karen Creighton, Manager of the day nursery inMelton Road, Edwalton, said the announcement, following a surprise Ofsted inspection, was met...

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Everybody is an ‘Oscar’ winner in Edgbaston

The style was memorable and acceptance speeches were short as Highfield Day Nursery in Edgbaston celebrated pre-schoolers unique contributions with an Oscar ceremony of their own.

Walking down a red carpet at the Ofsted-rated 'Outstanding' nursery in Highfield Road, the children...

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Conquering Snowden for terminally ill children

Conquering Snowden for charity is a team effort at West Downs Day Nursery in Hampshire where even the children are joining in training exercises on their very own garden ‘mountain’.

As the eight man team prepares for Snowden, the highest mountain in Wales at 1,085 metres above...

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‘Firemen Alessandro’ joins ‘Blue Watch’ for a day.

Three-year-old honorary ‘fire-fighter’ Alessandro Ghislazoni proved he was ready for anything when Chiswick’s ‘Blue Watch’ paid Devonshire Day nursery a visit last week.

Manning hoses and pumping water was just one of the many treats on offer as excited children welcomed Chiswick fire...

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