04 April 2017
Children at Bright Horizons Dulwich Nursery recently took part in a Living Eggs project which saw them care for new-born chicks.
To get into the East spirit, the nursery had the eggs delivered and the children were able to watch as the chicks hatched. It was then up to the children to look after them for two weeks before the chicks leave to live on a farm. Bright Horizons health and safety mascot Candy Floss was present to ensure both the children and chicks remained safe at all times.
“We were delighted with the children’s application to the task of caring for the chicks for two weeks,” said Nursery Manager Kelsey Taberer. “We wish them well in their new life on the farm.”