Bromley nursery children focus on recycling

Children at Bright Horizons Bromley Day Nursery and Preschool have been focusing on recycling whilst looking at how to look after the planet.

The children created their own recycling bags and collected items that were found in the garden, being careful to place it into the correct bag for recycling.

“They have also been enjoying the story 'A hole in the bottom of the sea' and have created their own art work to represent their own ideas of this story,” said Nursery Manager Jay Emirhan-Kantar.

Bright Horizons now provides twice-weekly access to Covid-19 lateral flow tests for all staff within our nurseries, in line with the Government’s guidance and protocol for early years settings in England. This marks the latest step in Keeping Everyone Safe within our nurseries.

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Children at Bright Horizons Inglewood Day Nursery and Preschool in Reading recently enjoyed dressing up as pirates for the day.

The children proceeded to build their own pirate ship which they made out of materials they found around the nursery, in an activity which enhanced their teamwork and socialising skills.

“It started off with a few crates and slowly, with teamwork, began to materialise into a pirate ship with a mast made of water bottles and the sides made from carboard boxes which were decorated using glue, paints and any media the children could find,” said Nursery Manager Sonia Panchal. “The pirate hats were particularly colourful and added to the theme.”

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