It might still be cold, windy and wet outside, but our children have been making the most of the sunshine coming out now and then in the last week to get our lovely gardens ready for Spring. The children planted… Read more
It’s World Nursery Week, and we’re taking part along with 5000 other nurseries across the country! Here are the poems we’re focusing on: Monday- Doctor Foster went to Gloucester Tuseday- Baa Baa Black Sheep Wednesday- Two little Dickie Birds Thursday-… Read more
Our Moss Side nursery recently got some new additions, they go by the names of Giant, Turbo, Mina and Flash! The children have been helping to keep the snails clean and well fed, look at how healthily they are eating!… Read more
Last month lots of our children officially graduated from nursery and will be off to school after the summer break. We’re so proud of each child’s achievements and work hard to ensure they are developing every step of the way… Read more
To welcome the start of the UEFA Euro 2016 we’ve been limbering up and getting sporty. We also decorated and ate some football shaped biscuits to keep our energy levels up after all that exercise! Lots of fun was had, and… Read more
At our nurseries there is always a purpose to every fun game – learning new skills! Here you can see our younger children having lots of fun with glitter and glue.
Today we went on a trip to the local post office to post a letter. We really enjoyed walking in our local community, looking out for red post boxes and seeing the post office staff. We were able to look… Read more
We recently produced a short video to showcase a day in the life at a Big Life nursery.
Each of our nurseries took part in World Book Day on Thursday 3 March- a day when children all over the world celebrate books and the joy of reading. At Big Life Nurseries we encourage lots of fun, with a focus on learning… Read more
Our teaching and learning focus for January to March is on enabling children to develop the skills of independence. So what does this mean and what sort of things are we expecting children to do? If you look in the… Read more