Links For Parents
You may find the following links useful:
This pdf is the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, which covers the main developmental goals for children aged 0-5 years.
This above link is access to the capture software where we upload children’s observations, track your child’s development as also you can add anything your child has done at home, which your child’s key worker will see. This is password protected so that only the parent of the child can see the observations you will get a password via email when your child starts at the setting, if you haven’t got your password please email Louise at email@example.com
The National Day Nurseries Association provides support, information and advice to both parents and child care settings.
The Department for Education is responsible for education and children’s services.
This website has been written by qualified and experienced health visitors and it provides information, help and advice for parents with young children.
The NHS website provides important information, advice and contact details for parents.
Bookstart is a program which offers parents free books to share with their child, as young as possible, in order to kick-start their lifelong love of reading.
This website provides information on the importance of exercise and a healthy lifestyle. It informs you about the need for fruit and vegetables in our diets and gives tips on how to encourage children to eat these foods, as well as up to date research, articles and tasty healthy recipes.
The British Nutrition Foundation is informative advice for parents to ensure a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
A website for both parents and children, which is educational and full of fun!
A useful website for expectant Mums or new parents, which provides quick responses to your questions via an email system. You can also shop online and use the website’s links to other websites which may be of interest.
Guidance on infection control in nurseries and schools. This is the guidance we follow in our policies and procedures.