Election day finally dawned upon us and what better way for the children to get involved, than to host their own polling station within the nursery! Instead of voting for the leader of our country, we decided we would vote on the names of our chicks.
Some of the Farmer’s even got involved in designing the ballot paper on the computer. The children loved being given the responsibility for something so important, and took great care of their polling cards as they took them into the polling station to cast their vote.
This experience served to reinforce and promote our core British values. We discussed the importance of casting our vote, and having our say. The votes will be tallied by the Farmer’s and the results will be announced tomorrow. We can’t wait!
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Linda Shore, Ofsted Inspector
"This provision is outstanding . All practitioners have high aspirations for children's achievement. This means the nursery is exceptional in the way it meets the needs of all children, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities, and they make very rapid progress towards the early learning goals."
Ofsted inspector Caroline Midgley
"The Staff always make my child feel happy, safe and secure. The Staff are always approachable, welcoming any queries, concerns and often encourage new ideas from parents and children. My daughter often get comments she is lovely and often models herself on the staff."
Scott, Olivia's Dad
"My son, eats food at nursery that he wouldn't / doesn't eat at home. Which is fantastic! I think the other children eating well shows him there something more to this dish than he thinks."
Laura, Austin's mum