Indoor air pollutants

Indoor air pollutants

The air inside our homes, school and nursery settings can be more polluted than the air outside. Air pollution is harmful to everyone but children are especially vulnerable. Early exposure exposure increases the risk of ; reduced lung function, asthma and lung...
Support Physical Care Routines for Children

Support Physical Care Routines for Children

Support Physical Care Routines for Children “Children learn best when they are healthy, safe and secure, when their individual needs are met…” (3.1 Statutory Framework for the early years foundation stage, April, 2017.) At The Nest Early Years...
Indoor air pollutants

Nursery Policy on Cups

Nursery Policy on Cups At The Nest all children are encouraged to drink from a cup, and at mealtimes are also encouraged to pour their own water from a jug. This encourages independence and self care which is inline with the Early Years Foundation Stage ( EYFS)...
Transition into Reception Class at School

Transition into Reception Class at School

Transition into Reception Class at School View transition as a process not an event. Well being For a child entering a new environment can be distressing. Separation anxiety can affect bothparents and child, so all the family needs support. The child’s key person will...