Bright Horizons Nurseries Celebrate Christmas

Date: 17 Dec 2020

Children and staff at Bright Horizons nurseries took part in a number of activities to celebrate Christmas. 

Barrow Day Nursery and Preschool

Children at Bright Horizons Barrow took part in a festive sensory play session. The children explored their sensory tray with a variety of festive themed materials and textures, including Christmas baubles.

Barrow-In-Furness children take part in festive sensory play

“The soapy snowflakes were a big hit as the children loved getting messy and creative using their imaginations,” said Nursery Manager Leanne Jackson.

 

Bumpers Day Nursery and Preschool

Children at Bright Horizons Toyota Bumpers in Burnaston, Derbyshire have been enhancing their sensory skills using Christmas baubles. The children were encouraged to explore the baubles in terms of how they feel and the different sizes.

Derbyshire nursery children enhance sensory skills using baubles

The children enjoyed feeling the sensory mats and watching them move with different materials,” said Nursery Manager Jane Ganley.

 

Forest Park Day Nursery and Preschool

Children and staff at Bright Horizons Forest Park in Bracknell enjoyed a Christmas lunch this past Tuesday. They all came in dressed in festive outfits and sat down to enjoy their meal, accompanied by Christmas music.

Bracknell nursery children enjoy Christmas lunch

“Preschool made festive hats for the occasion and in the afternoon enjoyed some games such as musical chairs,” said Nursery Manager Jemma Dove. “I think everyone is in the Christmas spirit now.”

The Treehouse Day Nursery and Preschool

Staff at The Treehouse Early Care and Education Centre, operated by Bright Horizons at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, recently enjoyed a Covid-friendly Christmas evening.

The staff came together at the nursery in their room bubbles where they enjoyed festive ciabattas and games.

Aberdeen nursery staff enjoy Christmas evening

“A little different from last year, but the Christmas evening was thoroughly enjoyed by all,” said Nursery Manager Fiona McQueen.