The Picky Eater

A short while ago I wrote a focus article on the picky reader. This time around we’ll take a look at the picky eater and what you can do to encourage your child or children at the centre to try new foods. There are many reasons young children may not attempt to try new foods…

Designing Childcare Spaces

Whether redesigning your space or setting up a new one, there are many things you’ll want to consider in order to create a safe and nurturing environment that caters to the growth, learning and development of young children. The following are a few examples. Creating well defined boundaries within the room gives students a clear…

Connecting the Community, Family and School

Families and children stand to benefit the most from a partnership like this, gaining access to much needed support, education and services within their community. So how can we successfully connect these three in order to create a learning environment that is conducive to the individual needs of each child whilst supporting the family unit….

Making The Transition To Daycare

For some the transition to daycare is never an easy one, it can be tough on everyone, both the parents and child. Everyone might be experiencing just a bit of seperation anxiety right about now. Work together with the staff at your child’s centre to create a plan that works best for you and your…

Starting A Blog For Your Centre

A simple blog can be a highly effective tool when used as part of your marketing strategy, it builds that sense of trust amongst your readership, it shows parents the expertise and professionalism amongst staff and your ability and willingness to stay current within the field. Whether it be leaving a comment, gaining a new…

Choosing Quality Childcare

No one ever said choosing childcare was a simple task. It’s one of the most important decisions you’ll make and for many parents this means weeks maybe even months of researching and planning ahead. Recommendations from friends and/or family members is a starting point. Determine your family’s needs; will you need full-time or part-time care?…