Bright Horizons Children have been working hard to raise awareness of BBC Children in Need. BBC children in need aim to change the lives of young lives across the UK by funding charities and projects that work hard in supporting children to thrive.
Children at Bright Horizons North Baddesley Day Nursery and Preschool have been showing their support for Children in Need this week.
The children took part in a yellow day where they were encouraged to dress in yellow and wear their Pudsey ears. They also organized a cake sale to raise funds for the cause.
“Thank you so much to everyone who has donated so far,” said Nursery Manager Lucy Fagg.
Children at Bright Horizons Heron Quays Day Nursery and Preschool on Canary Wharf have been exploring a range of different media, using all of their senses in support of Children in Need.
“Our youngest children were engrossed in exploring different materials building their fine motor skills,” said Nursery Manager Lea-Anne Dean. “Our Toddlers created a money box to support us in raising money for children in need. Our preschool children had meaningful discussions, talking about all of the children we can help around the world.
Children at Bright Horizons Broadgreen Day Nursery and Preschool in Liverpool enjoyed showing their support to Children in Need this year.
The children had a yellow day where they arrived at nursery wearing yellow. They took part in themed activities which included creating their own yellow handprint.
“The pre-schoolers enjoyed writing their own thank you message to our parents and each other,” said Nursery Manager Stephanie Dickinson.
Children at Bright Horizons Coulsdon Day Nursery and Preschool enjoyed showing their support for Children in Need this year.
The children took part in a number of themed activities last week including making their own Pudsey bear faces.
“We were delighted to show our support for such a well-known cause,” said Nursery Manager Janina Cadle.