Congratulations to our Sutton and Forest Town nurseries who have been accepted as one of only 20 settings across Nottinghamshire to take part in the CECIL Project – (COACHING EARLY CONVERSATIONS INTERACTION LANGUAGE) They will be working in partnership with the Sutton Trust and University of Oxford PROJECT AIMS To narrow the gap in attainment between disadvantaged children and their more advantaged peers by focusing on communication and language skills in the Early Years. To increase effective practice in Early Years settings (particularly PVI) supporting communication and language. To increase the evidence of established, locally developed, speech and language therapy led communication and language strategies and build knowledge of what works to scale up and inform the sector.
15th September 2020Paper Moon
On Saturday 7th December Paper Moon Day Nurseries staff members from their nurseries across Nottingham, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire attended a company conference. The owners and directors of the nurseries know how important it is to invest in their workforce in order to support staff professional development and ultimately impact on the quality of care and education the children receive at their nurseries. Alison Hill, Area Manager stated: “The focus for the conference is to strengthen our vision and values of: “Putting Children First” It is really important that we develop our skilled workforce who have high aspirations for our children and challenge them in a way that allows them to progress. Anna Ephgrave lead the conference. Anna is a very well respected and acclaimed teacher and published author within early years and has written books discussing the benefits of ‘In The Moment Planning’ This way of working fully supports the ethos of ...
7th December 2019Paper Moon