Imagination is important Imagination. A key factor in everyone’s development. Whether it be as simple as a drawing, to creating a fort, to trying to prove a hypothesis. We all have it. So why don\'t we challenge it more often? Benefits of Imagination for Children There are multiple benefits to constantly challenging your imagination. Not only can it improve your memory or enhance your problem solving skills, but it can also improve your confidence and social interactions. Moreover,
Effects on Child Development According to a recent article on Nursery World, an OFSTED inspector found that 53% of children had fallen behind in their personal, social and emotional development, due to the pandemic. As well as this, physical development has had a fall back of 19% and literacy and mathematics a fall back of 25%. During the pandemic, children were deprived of essential experiences, including social contact. Due to the changes and restrictions that were put in place, they
Parent Partnership is something that we are very passionate about at St. George’s Nursery and we feel that for your child to develop his/her full potential, it is essential that parents and our team work together towards a common goal. Parents/carers are the most important influence in a child’s life. Any educational initiative can only be fully effective if there is partnership between parents, children and providers. Collaborative Home & Nursery Learning initiative At St.
September 2021 marks the beginning of a new journey here at St. George\'s Nursery. The Department of Education (DFE) has revised the EYFS. As a result of this, the way we interact with your child will change. One of the main reasons most of us chose to work in this profession was so we could help children with their development. The children are our main focus. This is the perfect opportunity for St. George\'s Nursery to get back to helping the children at our nursery to develop their