News and Updates
Childcare Sufficiency Assessment
The CSA is a county wide review which includes the supply and demand of childcare and early education places, accessibility, quality and cost of provision.
Brook Farm Children's Nursery have introduced ParentZone, an interactive app that allows parents a safe network to access information about their child’s day at a time that suits them. Our team upload videos and photos and parents can then log on and view their child’s activity. At the same time, parents can contribute to their child’s learning journey and make notes for their key person, helping to build relationships between families and the nursery. We have had great feedback from our parents who’ve said they love to be able to get a full insight into their child’s day at the touch of a button.
Dates for your diary
Walk and Talk
Pumpkin Carving Bash 2022
We are really astounded by all of your fang-tastic and spook-tacular creations for our Pumpkin Carving Bash of 2022
Food Hygiene Rating 5 !
We would like to say the biggest thank you to Rachael our Nursery Cook and Christine our Kitchen Assistant for their continued hard work and commitment to ensuring our kitchen facilities and hygiene are maintained to the highest standard and the children receive delicious home-cooked meals everyday!
Today we had our annual food hygiene inspection. The inspection was carried out Lancashire County Council's Environmental Health Team. We are pleased to announce that we have maintained our 5 rating. A 5 is the top of the scale and it confirms that our hygiene standards are very good and fully comply with the law.
WELL DONE RACHAEL AND CHRISTINE!
25th October 2022
The children at Brook Farm Children's Nursery are getting very excited for the Pumpkin Carving Bash 2022
School Admissions 2023
The online school admission system is now open for children who will start primary school in September 2023
Online Safety Newsletter
LANCASHIRE WALK AND TALK CAMPAIGN
Walk and Talk is a new Lancashire campaign to promote the importance of communication and language for our youngest children.
Their campaign aims to encourage families to go outside and communicate with each other. Lancashire will be providing lots of resources for us as practitioners to share with you and how we can get involved as a setting.
Starting in September 2022, over twelve months Lancashire will be sending out information that we can share with you such as:
top tips for communication and language
discussion ideas for different places such as the park, the woods and the shops
As the year progresses, Lancashire hope to build up a library of discussion prompts for local places that families can visit such as Williamson's Park, Lancaster or Longton Brickcroft.
Please click on the icon below to find out a little more information about this fantastic campaign: