I love this!
I love this!
Myth number 4 from the campaign
Myth number 3 from the campaign
Bringing you myth number 2 from the campaign
I can’t wait to catch up on this –
A new campaign has recently launched to dispel myths about childminders and to promote the profession.
Five childminding organisations across the UK and Ireland (Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years (PACEY), PACEY Cymru, the Northern Ireland Childminding Association (NICMA), Childminding Ireland and the Scottish Childminding Association (SCMA) have joined forces to launch the campaign which aims to promote childminders and bust myths about the profession, such as that childminders are just babysitters, or are unqualified and unregulated.
Myth Number 1: Childminders are not regulated or inspected
The children aged 3 and 4 loved making these fun Jellyfish plates today with a kit from my favourite arts and crafts suppliers Baker Ross. Aren’t they great?!
The children all loved colouring in a Father’s days card for their Dads this week. We used these trophy cards from Baker Ross. Happy Father’s Day to all the Dads out there!
We had lots of fun making these cute doily sheep this morning.
Can you guess which ones I had a hand in making?!
Yesterday, Sunday 3rd June, saw Oxfordshire play host to the ‘World Pooh Sticks Championships’.
As all Winnie the Pooh fans will know, Pooh Sticks is the game of dropping twigs into a stream from the bridge above and seeing whose stick emerges first from the other side.
Here at Aston Childcare we love an impromptu game of pooh sticks! The children’s excitement of watching their floating twig arrive safely at the other side of the bridge never fails to amuse.
It’s a game we probably all remember fondly from our own childhoods. There really is nothing simpler than throwing a stick in the water that the children love so much! No childhood is complete without a game of PoohSticks!