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 â€śWhat a Starâ€ť and as a tradition, the parents ... Continue Reading →
At Monkey Puzzle Glasgow Centralâ€™s 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.Â
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.
ÂŁ1 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, andÂ 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 areÂ pleased to announce we are an official partner of the 2015 Scottish Learning Festival (SLF).
Organised by Education Scotland, the SLF is the countryâ€™s key education event ... Continue Reading →
Do you haveÂ experience of child care, either as a carer or a parent?Â
The Care Inspectorate is currently recruiting Inspection Volunteers to work their teams in the inspection of ... Continue Reading →