Taking risks enables us to try new experiences. Without an element of bravery, we would never have the confidence to start a new job, learn new things and skills, make new friends or move to a new house. Don’t all the
At Harpole Day Nursery, we love celebrating World Book Day every year. This Year, World Book Day takes place on Thursday 7th March. As part of this day, your child can dress up as their favourite character from a book
Here at Harpole Day Nursery we offer the extended funded scheme which provides your three and four-year-olds with additional hours at the nursery each week. Starting from the first term of them reaching the age of 3, all children are
Young children need a LOT of sleep! Remember when your child was newborn they seemed to sleep for most of the time when they weren’t being feed or changed? As babies they need lots of rest to recharge and grow,
If your child lives in Northamptonshire and has their 4th birthday between 1 September 2018 and 31 August 2019, then it’s time to start thinking about school. The closing date for applications will be 5pm on 15 January 2019. Choosing a primary school
Primary school teachers pick up where we left off. If your child is able to recognise the letters of their name by the time they leave Harpole Day Nursery, then we pass this information on to your child’s new school
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 🙂 Main responsibilities To provide an unlimited supply of hugs whenever needed. To make every child feel wanted.
In June 2016, the NHS 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”