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This month in Cubs we have enjoyed …

April 24th, 2017

This month in Cubs we have had lots of fun with messy /sensory play! Some of the things we have been getting up to are: Free painting Making handprints and painting eggs for our displays Exploring crazy foam, gloup and scented play dough If you would like to explore making gloup or play dough at home then […]

Did you Know the Importance of Entering your Childs Play Area?

March 27th, 2017

It isn’t totally unknown that parents and nursery practitioners working in partnership together helps children develop further.  But did you know there is 1 simple thing that you can do daily that will enable us to work closer?  Entering your child’s play area at the end of each day. Something as simple as this can […]

Cubs February Update

February 21st, 2017

In February the Cubs took part in lots of Valentines themed art activities, we made a lovely valentines day display for our wall and we also really enjoyed having our Mummies and Daddies in for tea! We are now busy preparing for St Patricks and Mothers Day and will be making lots more lovely things to take home. p.s. […]

Case of Head Lice in the Cubs

January 30th, 2017

Head Lice How do I know if someone has it?                                                                                                                 The only reliable method of diagnosing current active infection with head lice is “detection combing”, though there may be other clues to their presence such as an itchy scalp and/or dirty pillows, due to lice droppings falling on to the pillow at night. Is it […]

Case of Hand, Foot and Mouth in the Cubs

January 30th, 2017

Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease What is it?                                                                                                                                Hand, foot and mouth disease is caused by a virus. It usually affects children under ten years but can occur in adults. It is not related to “foot and mouth disease” which is a disease occurring in animals. How do I know if someone has it? The […]

Case of Hand, Foot and Mouth in the Cubs

January 25th, 2017

Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease  What is it?                                                                                                                                Hand, foot and mouth disease is caused by a virus. It usually affects children under ten years but can occur in adults. It is not related to “foot and mouth disease” which is a disease occurring in animals.  How do I know if someone has it? The […]

New addition to the ILD system

December 23rd, 2016

We will be working with ILD to trial a new nursery day book in January in the Cubs. If the trial goes well then we hope that this new system will replace our paper day sheets. We appreciate any feedback that you have during this trial.

Sensory Workshop Invitation

September 30th, 2016

The children in the Cubs are currently fascinated with sensory objects. We suspect that this is partly due to our new sensory area and resources! Sensory development is a vital part of children’s learning and development and part of what we do every day at nursery. We would love for you to join us for […]

Nappy time = Communication time

July 29th, 2016

Nappy times are great times to communicate with your baby, to get you talking from the day that your baby is born take a look at the National Literacy Trust’s factsheet. 

Case of Head Lice in the Cubs

July 25th, 2016

Head Lice How do I know if someone has it?                                                                                                                 The only reliable method of diagnosing current active infection with head lice is “detection combing”, though there may be other clues to their presence such as an itchy scalp and/or dirty pillows, due to lice droppings falling on to the pillow at night. Is it […]

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