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Job Vacancy

Job Advert – March 2021.  We are happy to announce and exciting opportunity to join our nursery setting, for the summer term, and were wondering if anyone knew someone who would be interested. It is unfortunate but we cannot accept applications from existing parents.  We are looking for an enthusiastic hardworking candidate who can turn […]

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Ofsted Inspection November 2019

We are pleased to announce that we are now “OUTSTANDING” Our Report Reads :_ Inspection of St Thomas’ Nursery St Thomas’ CE Primary School, St Thomas’ Road, St Annes FY8 1JN Inspection date: 8 November 2019 Overall effectiveness Outstanding The quality of education Outstanding Behaviour and attitudes Outstanding Personal development Outstanding Leadership and management Outstanding […]

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Top 100 books for Children Aged 0-5

https://www.booktrust.org.uk/booklists/1/100-best-0-5/ To help celebrate National storytelling week we will be inviting family members into nursery to read stories in the cosy corner to small interested groups of children. We have been given a list of top 100 stories that may be of interest to you, to add a new dimension to your storytelling routine. file:///C:/Users/User/Downloads/great-books-guide-2017.pdfhttps:// […]

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Online safety for children.

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/ Although you may think that this is not a subject we should be worried about with nursery aged children. There has been an increase incidents involving online abuse, targeting the apps specifically designed for very young children. It is a good idea that we are all educated in this area to enable us to […]

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Advice on Dummy Use

Children’s speech development impaired by fingers and dummies 27 October 2009 by Katy Morton Children who suck their fingers or use a dummy for more than three years are three times more likely to develop speech impediments, according to a new study. Researchers from the United States and Chile studied 128 three- to five-year-olds. They […]

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