Friday 27th March 2015
Little Angels Sponsored Balloon Race in aid of Children’s Brain Cancer Research Unit – QMC Nottingham
The children enjoyed taking part in our sponsored balloon race on Friday… Continue reading
Many thanks for all your kind donations for Children In Need 2014. The children had so much fun dressing as superhero’s, having photo’s taken in our superhero picture frame, taking part in our sponsored home treasure hunt and our… Continue reading
Children from our nursery room visited West Lodge Farm Park this week. There was lots of fun had by everyone who came along. The children fed and petted the animals, followed woodland trails, had rides on the barrel… Continue reading
A brilliant day out was had by our preschool children at the Forest School. Children enjoyed activities such as den building, playing in the mud kitchen, exploring in the forest,bug hunting and toasting marshmallows by the fire!
An amazing… Continue reading
Is your child a fussy eater? If so, here are a few tips to help them overcome it. Continue reading
With A level results being released today and GCSE’s next week it can make you think about how quickly time goes and how fast your little one is going to grow up.
At Little Angels Nursery we aim to give your child the best start for their education. Continue reading
Going back to nursery can bring both anxiety and excitement for your children, as they look forward to going back and seeing their friends, but worry about leaving you and all the fun they’ve had at home. Here is a… Continue reading
Preschool children from Little Angels Nursery enjoy sports day!
Children from Little Angels Nursery preschool recently enjoyed sports day where they took part in a variety of races and fun sporting activities. It was a great morning, enjoyed by everyone… Continue reading
Market Harborough Carnival judges award Little Angels Nursery with 3rd place for our Wizard of Oz Carnival float!
Staff, children and parents from Little Angels Nursery enjoyed dressing up as characters from the ‘Wizard of Oz’ to take part… Continue reading
A new study has shown that the UK would rank much higher in the international pupil performance tables had a universal pre-school education system been established in the 1990’s.
Researchers have estimated that the UK’s 15-year-olds would have been ranked… Continue reading