Popular choice all year round
Last updated at 15:55, Thursday, 27 February 2014
PENNINGTON Nursery, Cross-a-Moor, Pennington, is a high quality care provider where children benefit from a lovely outside play area and a superb holiday club.
The club has a huge range of activities including sports and other outdoor activities.
The club is proving so popular it is growing all the time which is easy to understand when children can choose from using Ipads and Wii, arts and crafts, organised sport such as football and nature walks.
The holiday club has a big age range from two to 11 years.
It means brothers and sisters get to play together or choose different activities and they also get to play with their friends in safe and supervised surroundings.
It is a great bonus for parents who are mostly working and do not get the holidays their children do.
Pennington also has an afterschool club which again offers children personal choice in what they do, within a clear cut structure.
The nursery is open throughout the year from 7.30am to 6pm and all the staff are qualified in childcare and are experienced in dealing with the needs of every child.
First published at 15:45, Thursday, 27 February 2014
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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