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Helpful tips as your reopen your setting

After nearly three months of temporary closure, many schools and settings are now reopening. As we begin to navigate yet another “new normal”, early childhood educators will need to be more innovative than ever to balance the government guidelines with the age old issues of enrolment, staffing, and finances. Here’s our Covid-19 update with helpful tips to […]

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Lockdown Literacy

Back in 2017 we introduced schools across Forest Heath to The Hungry Caterpillar Reading Café Project. It was a great success, funded by the local authority, engaging with over 400 families offering a wide range of themed reading cafés aimed at encouraging a love of reading. It won’t come as much of a surprise to […]

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What Shall We Talk About?

Has the conversation dried up in your house or would you like something new to talk about? Our lovely team has put together a list of suggestions for you and your family.  Choose ONE from this list to connect with your family members – you might learn something new about each other too! You can […]

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Do You Have A Garden?

Suzanne was asked her opinion about the importance of the garden for children and had some great ideas even if you don’t. Take a listen here: How is your garden?   Our Outreach Worker, Ruth shares her garden experience with us: When I first moved to my home my garden was a patch of dust […]

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Sharing Parenting Launch Family Packs To Support Isolated Families

We are pleased to share that Sharing Parenting is launching a new Family Resource Pack Project on Monday 11th May 2020 for isolated familes. Thanks to funding from Suffolk Community Foundation  and the fantastic work of our Outreach Workers a pack is provided FREE to referred families to support them and their children at home during lockdown/isolation.  Each […]

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