Dear parents, Welcome to our new-look nursery blog! Each nursery will be taking it in turns – on a weekly basis – to give our families an update. We’re not feeling any pressure being the first ones, honest! Firstly, I would like to thank all of the parents and grandparents I have had t
Following the children’s interest on building, the children had lots of fun interacting in our construction area and meeting the builders who are currently working on our new extension at The Lodge.
Nursery group Kidzrus has been told to change its name by Toys R Us. The toy company, which closed all its UK stores last year, says the name of the KidzRus nursery group in Manchester infringes on its trademarks. Geoffrey LLC says it owns the UK and EU registrations for ‘R Us’ trademarks and ha
Last week Kidzrus Media City had a very special visit from Father Christmas at their Christmas parties. All the children were excited to meet him and receive their presents.
Kidzrus Nursery are delighted to have reached the finals of the NMT Nursery awards 2018 in the category: Nursery Recruitment Initiative Award. The final was held on Saturday 1 December at The Hilton Metropole and attended by more than 500 nursery professionals, owners and practitioners. It was an
We welcomed Kate Moxley to our Media City Nursery to discuss developments around well-being for staff. Kate highlighted the importance of staff well-being and posted a tweet which resulted in all Kidzrus Nurseries embarking on well-being week in October. Since then we have continued to develop in al
To celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights, our toddler and pre-shool rooms made lanterns out of clay, spent the day learning all about Diwali and painted their lanterns beautiful bright colours once they dried out.
We invited parents and children to a stay and play session this afternoon with a jungle theme. It was a pleasure to welcome the parents and babies and it was a wonderful opportunity for parents and children to meet and introduce themselves to each other and Natalie and her fabulous team
Following on from children’s interest regarding transport pre-school children went to the local train station. On the way they spotted diggers and buses, which the children were able to count how many they had seen. Whilst at the train station they were greeted by a train conductor, who wave
Mcr Road nursery had a lovely visit from The Ceremonial Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Salford. We chatted about their chains, we presented flowers and had afternoon tea. The children were very impressed with our special visitors.