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Healthy Living

The sharing of refreshments plays an important part in the social development of children, as well as re-enforcing understanding of the importance of healthy eating. At each setting we encourage all children to eat together, as this helps to develop social skills, simple table manners, good eating habits and independence. Members of staff enjoy lunch with the children encouraging good table manners and good eating habits, by being a good role model. Children are also encouraged to be self-sufficient where possible and we provide appropriate sized cutlery and crockery to help them in this.

Your child's health and well-being are of the utmost importance to us. All of our staff are stringent in their standards of personal hygiene.

Staff caringly support each child as they develop through the stages of their toileting requirements and work with the parents to support their child through this next step in their development. Our daily routines are carefully devised to promote all aspects of healthy living including independence, self esteem and hygiene.

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