June 2015

Reading children learn to look after the planet by exploring the outdoors

Children at our Reading nursery have been learning about how they can look after the world for future generations by getting outdoors and exploring nature in the summer weather.  

The outdoor activities took place at The Co-operative Childcare nursery on Valpy Street last week and saw the children planting plants in the nursery’s outdoor garden space and talking about how their actions can impact the world.

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Newburn children learn to look after the planet by exploring the outdoors

Children at our Newburn nursery have been learning about how they can look after the world for future generations by getting outdoors and exploring nature in the summer weather.  

The outdoor activities took place at The Co-operative Childcare nursery on The Waterfont last week and saw the children planting plants in the nursery’s outdoor garden space and talking about how their actions can impact the world.

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Children from Leamington Spa Nursery vet visit

Children at our nursery in Leamington Spa celebrated National Pet Week last week with a visit to their local veterinary practice.

Colleagues and children from the nursery on Upper Grove Street got to dress up in scrubs and were given a tour of Rainsbrook Vets, where they saw first-hand where animals are treated and learnt how to put bandages on. They were also invited to take a look at the swimming pool used at the practice to support dogs as they recuperate after major surgery.

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Cam Toddle

Under fives from The Co-operative Childcare donned eye patches and bandanas for a pirate themed sponsored walk for children’s charity Barnado’s. 

Children from our Cam nursery on Woodfield Road took part in the walk around the local community, raising £220 for the cause to help to transform the lives of vulnerable children and young people in the UK.

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Little pirates raise swag for Barnado's with sponsored walk

Under fives from our Madley Park Nursery donned eye patches and bandanas for a pirate themed sponsored walk for children’s charity Barnado’s. 

Fifteen children from the nursery on Northfield Farm Lane took part in the walk around Witney Lakes, raising £300 for the cause to help to transform the lives of vulnerable children and young people in the UK. 

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Chichester Children get dotty for blind charity

Children at our Chichester nursery got ‘dotty’ to raise money for the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) last week.

The nursery, which is based at St Richards Hospital, spent the day learning about braille, and then put their new skills into practice by wearing as many dots as possible.

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