Loretto Nursery Class, Musselburgh

Balance Bike Training Progress!

4 groups of children are currently receiving balance bike training and they are doing really well.  So far we have learned the names of bike parts and the importance of wearing a helmet.  We have practised steering and braking, and played games such as Sleeping Snakes, What’s the Time, Mr Wolf? and Sea of Sharks. … Continue reading Balance Bike Training Progress!

Mid and East Lothian Vacancies

Pinocchio’s Childrens Nursery: Nursery Support Worker – Flexible Staff (Penicuik)

For details click here We are seeking Flexible Support Workers to work across Pinocchio’s Edinburgh based nurseries. This position is excellent for those looking for flexible hours and working patterns with, the possibility of working up to 40 hours per week during busy periods. You do not need a formal childcare qualification, however we do … Continue reading Pinocchio’s Childrens Nursery: Nursery Support Worker – Flexible Staff (Penicuik)

Mid and East Lothian Vacancies

Pinocchio’s Children’s Nurseries: Nursery Support Worker (Lasswade)

For details click here You do not need a formal childcare qualification, however we do ask that you have at least a 3 in Standard Grade English (or equivalent) and at least two other Standard Grades between 1 and 4 (or equivalent). You will need to have the willingness and ability to study an HNC … Continue reading Pinocchio’s Children’s Nurseries: Nursery Support Worker (Lasswade)

Mid and East Lothian Vacancies

Pinocchio’s Children’s Nurseries: Nursery Support Worker (Dalkeith)

For details click here You do not need a formal childcare qualification, however we do ask that you have at least a 3 in Standard Grade English (or equivalent) and at least two other Standard Grades between 1 and 4 (or equivalent). You will need to have the willingness and ability to study an HNC … Continue reading Pinocchio’s Children’s Nurseries: Nursery Support Worker (Dalkeith)

Support from the Start

Loose Parts Play Toolkit

Inspiring Scotland have produced a  ‘Loose Parts Play Toolkit’ in collaboration with Play Strategy Group and Scottish Government. The Toolkit is useful for people working with children and young people across all age ranges. The full document can be found here Loose Parts Play Toolkit.

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