From gaining a prestigious ‘Green Flag’ award for exceptional environmental efforts to donating to local food banks and raising money for charity, there was a lot to be celebrated at Nursery on the Green Day Nursery in Redbourn as the setting marked its first birthday.
Following a collective interest in letter writing amongst children from Grasshoppers Day Nursery in Aylesbury, dedicated colleagues from the setting were inspired to transform their role play area into a post office to extend the learning experience.
Young foodies from Woodlands Day Nursery in Milton Keynes were delighted to help review meals and contribute their ideas for future recipes at the setting after forming a ‘Menu Committee’ with their talented resident Nursery Chef, Tracy Miller.
From face painting to creating musical instruments using recycled materials, children from Green Park Day Nursery in Reading were delighted to take part in a range of themed activities, having been inspired by local Reading Festival celebrations.
After growing a successful harvest of vegetables over the summer, children from Grasshoppers Day Nursery in St Albans were inspired to create their very own meal using the array of fresh produce, which could then be enjoyed for lunch.
Having decided on a soup recipe, pre-schoolers from...
Colleagues from Green Park Day Nursery in Reading were proud to watch on as selfless Nursery Practitioner, Chloe Huggins had her head shaved at the setting to raise vital funds for Cancer Research UK, a cause especially close to her heart.
After growing a successful harvest of carrots, potatoes, green beans, onions and more in the gardening patch outside, children from Oak Tree Day Nursery in Finchampstead were delighted to sell their produce to proud families at the setting, whilst also raising vital funds for charity.
Healthy eating, personal safety and the environment are just some of the topics that are being explored by delighted children at Grasshoppers Day Nursery in St Albans as they embark on a self-led ‘teachable moments’ learning project.
Following a monthly vote in their Pre-School Council...