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Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

By Registered Health Visitor – Julia Headland Symptoms Red spots usually appear on the hands and feet that will develop into blisters. The blisters are grey in the centre and can be painful. Ulcers appear in the mouth and on the tongue. These can be painful and make...

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Jolly Jumper Day

On Friday 10th December we will be putting on our festive jumpers to raise money for the Birmingham Children's Hospital and Charity If you would like to join in, please wear your best jazzy jumper to Nursery! You can also make a donation, by clicking here.

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Fussy Eaters

By Registered Health Visitor – Julia Headland This month I thought I would do my blog on fussy eaters. As a mother of a fussy eater myself, I totally understand the frustration but also the worry that you may be feeling thinking that your child isn’t going to get...

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Settling in at Nursery – Babies and Pre-Schoolers

By Registered Health Visitor – Julia Headland Babies Sending your child to nursery can often be quite a stressful time for us parents and this is often compounded by the little cherub’s cries and screams as you try to leave!  In fact, I know of plenty of...

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Indoor Air Pollution and the Threat to our Children’s Health

By Registered Health Visitor – Julia Headland Introduction This month’s blog was a real eye opener to me as a healthcare professional and, as a result of researching and writing it, I have made some immediate changes in my home and have seen some positive changes. For...

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From top down the staff are welcoming and care about the children as individuals. The manager is always available if I have any questions and queries are dealt with swiftly. The nursery building is lovely, providing a light and airy environment with a fabulous garden. My son thoroughly enjoys his time at nursery and I can see his progress. It is hard to believe the nursery has only been open two years-in that time I have seen it flourish.