HEARSALL Community Academy celebrated the official opening of its Ladybirds Nursery last Thursday.
Lois Whitehouse, CEO of the Inspire Education Trust, and Claire Jones, the Hearsall Community Academy headteacher, said they were proud to promote what was a new and exciting asset of the school.
The brand new nursery – with exciting resources for the children to explore and play with – aims to give children a great start to their pre-school journey at one of Inspire Education Trust’s primary schools.
Mrs Jones said: “Along with the combination of our unique setting and a high adult-to-child ratio, children are both inspired and engaged to develop their own individual characters and self-confidence.”
Ms Whitehouse added: “We achieve this through a broad range of child-led activities including arts, crafts and exploratory activities.”
Emma and Steven Kene, whose daughter will be attending the nursery from this week, said “We chose Ladybirds because of the warm welcome we received when we went to look around.
“After the taster session our daughter is already excited to get started.”
Call 02476 674625 for more about Ladybirds or to book a place.
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