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Whitton Day Nursery named ‘Nursery of the Year, South’ in the National Nursery Recognition Awards
Whitton Day Nursery named ‘Nursery of the Year, South’ in the National Nursery Recognition Awards

Whitton Day Nursery named ‘Nursery of the Year, South’ in the National Nursery Recognition Awards

Press release from Whitton Day Nursery Whitton Day Nursery in Whitton, Middlesex, is delighted to have won the prestigious award of 'Nursery of the Year, South' in the National Nursery Recognition Awards on 26th January. Margaret Baran, Nursery...

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Pre-School Alliance praises the “incredible legacy” of its founder Belle Tutaev, who has passed away aged 90
Pre-School Alliance praises the “incredible legacy” of its founder Belle Tutaev, who has passed away aged 90

Pre-School Alliance praises the “incredible legacy” of its founder Belle Tutaev, who has passed away aged 90

Belle, who was born and raised in Jamaica, moved back to the UK with her mother when she was 17. She worked as a psychiatric nurse before getting married and having two children. This is where her story with childcare began. While trying to...

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Ofsted warns children’s physical development suppressed by ‘undue concerns’ about health and safety
Ofsted warns children’s physical development suppressed by ‘undue concerns’ about health and safety

Ofsted warns children’s physical development suppressed by ‘undue concerns’ about health and safety

Children at pre-school are not able to build muscular strength and dexterity due to fears about them hurting themselves, according to Ofsted’s annual report. According to some cases, children are not allowed to climb frames or be taken on days...

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French study finds youngsters at nursery have fewer emotional problems than those cared for at home
French study finds youngsters at nursery have fewer emotional problems than those cared for at home

French study finds youngsters at nursery have fewer emotional problems than those cared for at home

According to a recent French study of its early years education system, children who attend nursery are better behaved and have less emotional problems than those who are cared for in a more informal setting. The study, conducted in France by...

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