Each year at Ark Childcare the four and five year olds perform a nativity for the parents and families and this year they will perform ‚ÄúWhat a Star‚ÄĚ and as a tradition, the parents ... Continue Reading →
At Monkey Puzzle Glasgow Central‚Äôs day nursery the staff like to make memories and enhance dreams as they believe it is a fantastic foundation for our growing generations to come.¬†
On ... Continue Reading →
Presentations from our recent Improving lives with childhood practice conference held in Edinburgh are now available. The conference heard from a series of keynote speakers and practitioners ... Continue Reading →
The difference that graduates of childhood practice are making to the lives of children and their families is being celebrated at a national conference in Edinburgh today (Thursday ... Continue Reading →
West Lothian nursery is 250th Scottish organisation to be accredited.
Scotland is well on track to having 500 living wage-accredited employers by March 2016 with a further milestone ... Continue Reading →
Independent review of early learning and childcare workforce published.
¬£1 million to help children get the best start in life was announced today as an independent review of the ... Continue Reading →
Our new app, Engaging with Children and Young People, explores what you need to know, and¬†be able to do, to engage effectively with children and young people.
The user-friendly app ... Continue Reading →
Founded in September 2013, Lullaby Lane Nursery situated inWesterton area of Bearsden, Glasgow has “created a home from home environment, creating secure attachments, through ... Continue Reading →
We are¬†pleased to announce we are an official partner of the 2015 Scottish Learning Festival (SLF).
Organised by Education Scotland, the SLF is the country‚Äôs key education event ... Continue Reading →
Do you have¬†experience of child care, either as a carer or a parent?¬†
The Care Inspectorate is currently recruiting Inspection Volunteers to work their teams in the inspection of ... Continue Reading →