Christmas Has Arrived At Early Days Nurseries

With only 20 sleeps until Christmas, things are in full swing at all of our nurseries.

We have lots of festive fun coming our way in the next couple of weeks.

The children are so excited for their parties, nativity and the panto.

The staff can’t wait either!

 

 

Introducing Mireia

My name is Mireia and I am from a city near Barcelona in spain.

My hobbies are singing, hiking and doing yoga.

I have a Playworker qualification and I’m currently working towards my SVQ level 3 in Childcare.

I’m looking forward to getting to know the children and do creative activities with them.

Introducing Samina

Hi, my name is Samina. I’ve been working with Early Days Nurseries for over a year.

I have nearly completed my childcare qualification and I am also a qualified makeup artist.

In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family especially my niece and nephew.

Other things I enjoy is reading and socialising.

I love being around children and look forward to begin my new career in childcare.

Say Hello To Tianna

Hello,  my name is Tianna and I have recently started at Melville Street Nursery, working with the tweenies.

My passion is to work with children and help them learn and develop new skills.

I am looking forward to going on to work towards a childcare qualification in the near future.

I am a very bubbly person and feel my personality will fit in well with the tweenie age group.

World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

We are so excited to announce that Melville Street beat last year’s total and raised a fantastic £560 for McMillan Cancer Support.

We would like to say a big thank you to all parents, staff and children who baked especially for the event.

We even had grandparents and staff’s families baking yummy goodies to help out.

The tombola proved to be a success too so well done to any winners.

A special thank you also has to go to Steph for organising the whole morning.

Good work all round!

Say Yes To Yoga

We are so excited to announce that all of our staff have now attended a 2 hour training session on Yoga for Children.

 

During this training we covered many different yoga positions, breathing exercises and group yoga moves. 

 

Yoga helps to engage the heart, mind and body. It helps children to develop their emotional intelligence, communication skills, trust and empathy.

 

It is also a great non competitive activity which helps to nurture teamwork and leadership, and helps to provide a calmer and more productive learning environment.

But most importantly, it is lots of fun!