Potty training can be a stressful time for the child as well as their caregivers. It can be difficult to tell exactly when your little one is ready for potty training but whenever they do start, it’s useful to know how best to approach it and what to avoid.  
To make things a little bit easier when encouraging your little one to use the potty, we’re giving you some dos and don’ts that are sure to help everyone! 
It can be very exciting when your little one starts speaking, you just never know what’s going to come out of their mouth next! It’s important to remember that each child will grow and learn at their own pace so please don’t worry if you think your child is behind on their language development.  
Of course, we’ll do all we can help at nursery and if you have any worries, please don’t hesitate to talk to us about them. However, you can help at home too. Here are three fun ways to help your little one’s speech develop. 
Change can be confusing and overwhelming for us grown-ups but at least we have the context behind it. When it comes to our little ones, they go through lots of changes but don’t always know why. 
This can be a tough time for them and us, here are some top tips on the trickiest transitions. 
With National Apprenticeship Week 2022 happening just a few weeks ago, we felt that it was an appropriate time to reflect on our wonderful staff and what makes us stand out from the rest. 
We are quickly heading towards spring, wand e’re going to start seeing animals of all shapes and sizes more often. We’re going to see more hedgehogs, squirrels and even bats so it is the perfect opportunity to encourage your little one to be on the lookout for creepy crawlies and awakened animals. Here are three great activities you can do with your child that will help them with their understanding of the world. 
Christmas is a time for lots of things – seeing loved ones, exchanging gifts and being merry. However, and we think we’re all in agreement here, there is one thing that stands above the rest and that is delicious food! Many of us love tucking into crispy pigs in blankets, succulent turkey and even the obligatory brussels sprout! So here are three food-based activities you can enjoy with your little one over the festive period. 
This time of year is an excellent opportunity for your little one to develop an understanding of the natural world. Here are some fun things to do with them as we head towards winter. 
Nearly a quarter of five year olds in England have tooth decay and tooth extraction is the most common reason for hospital admission in children aged 6-10. This problem is so big, Oral Health has been added to the EYFS, meaning your child will learn even more about how and why they should look after their teeth when they’re with us. 
What your child eats today can have an impact on them through childhood, adolescence and adulthood so it’s important that you do all you can to make sure they eat the right things. 
Off the back of the summer holidays, we’ve all indulged in an ice cream or two and some sugary drinks here and there and there’s nothing wrong with that. However, now’s the time to focus on your child getting the necessary nutrients for physical and mental growth and development. We know it can be a real pain getting children to eat their vegetables so we’re going to share some tips on how to work with your child to get them eating well. 
Quality sleep is absolutely essential for your child’s growth and development! Sleep is a very important part of your child’s mental and physical health as it allows their mind and body to recover and rest.  
There are lots of things you can do to help your child get a good night’s sleep as often as possible. 
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