We are excited to announce that Maureen Crandles, our owner and director, will be taking part in a feature on Friday morning on BBC Radio Scotland.
Maureen will be talking to the host on gender stereotypes and how we combat them in our nurseries.
Tune in at 11.10am, it is sure to be a great discussion!
We have been looking at Autumn in the toddler room at Walker Street, and what better story to read but the Gruffalo!
We turned our story corner into a Gruffalo themed forest complete with a river and all the animals from the book.
It really brought the story to life for the boys and girls!
We are currently recruiting a qualified teacher to join our pre-school teaching team.
Each of our 4 pre-school nurseries employ a qualified teacher, and these teachers work closely together to deliver the highest quality of teaching and to share best practice.
As a teacher with us you will expected to:
Have a good working knowledge of Curriculum for Excellence, Building the Ambition, How Good is our Early Learning, Child at the Centre and Pre-birth to 3
Lead the learning and teaching in the room
Provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social, intellectual and aesthetic education
Ensure our children have fun whilst learning in a safe and caring environment
You will be working 4 days a week, and will enjoy a competitive salary, over 8 weeks holiday a year and on-going support and career development from our dedicated team of managers.
Experience of working in a nursery, school or other childcare setting
Enthusiastic, motivated and caring attitude
This post is considered regulated work with children and/or protected adults, under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007. You will be required to join the PVG Scheme.
If you are interested in this opportunity and feel that you have the required skills and experience, please submit an up-to-date CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
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!
Hi, my name is Sofia and I have recently left Broughton High School to come and work at Walker Street Nursery.
Working with children is something I have always wanted to do. I babysit for my friend’s children which I love and I am always helping my family out too.
I also gained experience working in Prospect Bank Primary School.
I am currently working towards my SVQ Level 3 qualification and I am looking forward to getting to know all of the children.
I adore animals. I have 2 dogs and 1 cat and in my spare time I enjoy taking my dogs on walks along the beach.
Our children at Walker Street Nursery were lucky enough to explore Maureen Crandles garden today.
We were there on a very special visit – to help harvest the apples and pears from the beautiful fruitful trees.
We filled five huge tubs of the fruit which we donated to businesses for everyone to enjoy.
And of course we kept a load back for Suzi to make some yummy fruit crumble.