Creating a Nursery that Enriches a Child’s Experience

Nov 18 2019

For many parents, while they might love the idea of continuing their job as a stay-at-home mum or dad, often, this is a situation that is short-lived. Finances usually play a huge part in why parents have to go back to work, and so the feeling of worry about how their child will continue their development journey is much higher. When it comes time for them to go back to work, they want to know that their child is not only in safe hands but is also having an enriching experience. As a nursery worker, you have a responsibility to provide the children in your care with such an experience, and here is how you can do so.

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Childcare schemes: Thousands of London families to benefit from almost £9 million boost to childcare schemes

Jan 11 2017

Thousands of new childcare places for working parents around the country are being created thanks to a £50 million grant scheme that has been recently announced by the Education Secretary Justine Greening. London parents can be delighted to know that the Capital alone will receive £8,681,038, spread across 32 projects. The confirmed projects will create almost 9,000 free places for eligible three and four-year-olds, saving parents around £5,000 per year when it is rolled out from next September.

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Top 5 Ways To Help Your Au Pair Settle In

Jun 08 2015

Hosting an au pair can be a strange new experience. You will have someone new living in your home and it may take a little time for you to get used to them and for them to get used to you. There are a few simple things you can do to help your new au pair settle into your family and make them feel at ease in their new surroundings.  Here are our top 5 ways to help your Au Pair settle in.

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