What is Hygge?

What is Hygge?
Hygge, pronounced “Hoo-ga”, is a Danish cultural concept about making homes nicer and people happier. In English it translates to “cosiness” and relates to an optimistic attitude to life, here is how you can achieve it... Read More...

World Nursery Rhyme Week

World Nursery Rhyme Week
“Literacy and Child Development experts have discovered that if a child knows eight nursery rhymes by heart by the time they are four years old, they are usually among the best readers and spellers in their class by the time they are in Year 3.” Read More...

Trick or Treating Safety Tips

Trick or Treating Safety Tips
Halloween is almost upon us, here are tips on how to stay safe when children are out trick-or-treating. Have a fun and safe Halloween! Read More...

01 Online Safety within Ofsted’s new “Common Inspection Framework” from September 2015

01 Online Safety within Ofsted’s new “Common Inspection Framework” from September 2015
On the 15th June 2015, Ofsted published their new common inspection framework and handbooks for Ofsted inspectors which come into effect from September 2015. The blog post will highlight the changes within the Common Inspection Framework. Subsequent posts will highlight online Safety content within Inspecting Safeguarding as well as identifying content for specific settings... Read More...

Make the Most of Your Half-Term

Make the Most of Your Half-Term
Well done – you made it through the first half-term of the new academic year! Half-term is the perfect time to not only rest and recuperate but also to get out and enjoy yourself before the tricky winter term. Read our tips for making the most of your half term. Read More...
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