At Harpole Day Nursery we offer the extended funded scheme which provides three and four-year-olds with additional hours each week. From a term after they turn three years old, all children are entitled to 570 hours of free childcare every
Our new Ofsted report arrived yesterday and we are amazed at all those wonderful words written about us! These days it’s sent by email – a small click of the mouse rather than a fanfare rip of an envelope –
We have been inundated with requests from our parents asking for recipes of our most loved nursery dishes so they can recreate them at home so here’s a few to get you started!
We are currently interviewing for the perfect nursery practitioner to join us. These are some of the qualities on our list đ Main responsibilities To provide an unlimited supply of hugs whenever needed. To make every child feel wanted.
In June 2016, the NHSÂ banned the use of plug socket inserts. By December of this year, all doctors’ waiting rooms, dentists, care homes, Ofsted-inspected premises and other NHS health-care providers must take out any protective socket covers and “dispose responsibly”
The children really got into the Olympic spirit this month. We printed the Olympic rings and painted world flags.
A real snapshot in time. These pictures are so beautiful.
Panicking about travelling abroad with your little ones, this summer? Our Senior Manager,Â Heather Clark, has recently returned from her first family holiday abroad with her two nursery-age children. Here are her top tips for all Harpole Day Nursery parents.
Dear Parents As you may already be aware, we have begun to move away from documenting your childâs development in âProfilesâ (the folders we normally show you at parents evening) and have begun using an online system called Tapestry to
Some of you will know ourÂ Regional Manager, Jo Stainsby, because she started her career at Harpole in the Bears. Nowadays she supports Jackie and the team behind the scenes and although she is happy enough to be an unsung hero,