We all like to help the planet and tit's important to look at thing’s children can do to help our oceans. Whether you live by the coast or miles from the nearest sea, there are many things we can all do to protect our oceans and the animals that call it home. 1. Learn more about the oceans and marine life.
The more children learn about the issues facing the world’s oceans and the animals within it, the more they’ll want to help. Read books, search the internet, visit local aq
At Toddlers Inn, we start to prepare the children in many ways, from day one, ensuring they are ready for their first adventures at primary school. School readiness is about your child being independent and emotionally ready to cope with a group of children! We encourage and support our children to become independent learners in an open-ended, child-led environment, valuing what the children say, thereby ensuring they become confident communicators. Our children learn to hang
Our Toddlers Inn Team are enthusiastic, caring individuals who have both excellent and varied experience within the child care sector. This means that we not only offer the highest standards of care, we also offer a diversity in skillset and ideas. This allows us to provide our children with a broad range of exciting activities and brilliant learning opportunities. We promote, and value, independence and child-led play. We believe that each child should be allowed the opportu
It’s a new year. one that I think we all have been looking forward to. To saying goodbye to the year that has been. And to saying hello to something new. A fresh, new palette. Yes, we may be in lockdown again. Yes, we still may not be able to see our friends and our families. But with a new year there always brings a sense of hope. Hope that things will change with the turning of the season into Spring. And there is something very special that I think last year taught us. In
Woohoo! We’ve been given the green light — Christmas is definitely on! And whilst it may or may not be a little different this year, as it’s now December we can officially start playing those songs that get us in the red and tinsel frame of mind. Of course, to lighten the mood, some of us had sneaked in one or two rounds of Justin Bieber’s “Mistletoe” by mid-November and maybe even quite a few dancing bouts to Sia’s “Snowman” after watching all that waltzing on Strictly. But
Good vibes, we are becoming a nation of campers! This maybe doesn’t get top billing on BBC News, nor is it necessarily 100% true, but there is evidence and I’ve seen it with my very own eyes. On a long, family journey, recently, through the pretty country roads of Suffolk and Norfolk, we couldn’t turn a corner without there being a freshly painted sign to a tucked-away campsite. Yes, some tenting spaces seemed little more than an acre and a wonky standpipe, but they were enou
As you know, from 1st June nurseries have been able to welcome back all children because “it is the best place for them to learn, and because we know how important it is for their mental wellbeing to have social interactions with their peers, carers, key persons, and teachers.” (https://www.gov.uk) It has also allowed more adults to return to work. It is totally understandable that this development has not been without anxiety for some of our parents. Whilst the changes in nu