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Eating Alfresco With Children

Fennies are proud to be accredited by the Early Years Nutrition Partnership (EYNP) for our menus and contribution to supporting good nutrition in the early years.

This months’ topic: Eating Alfresco with children

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A Day in the Life of a Nursery Manager

Amongst the hussle and bustle of nursery life, I often get asked what the role as a Nursery Manager actually involves. The Chef cooks, the practitioners care for the children, the maintenance team fix things but what about the Nursery Manager? Well, let me give you a little insight! 

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children's meditation stories

25 Children’s Meditation Stories

we’ve put together a list of our favourite meditation for kids for you to listen to at home. These guided meditations are perfect for bedtime, relaxation, and easing your child’s anxiety.

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10 Edible Sensory Play Ideas

Fennies are proud to be accredited by the Early Years Nutrition Partnership (EYNP) for our menus and contribution to supporting good nutrition in the early years.

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14 Questions to ask a Nursery in 2021

Choosing a nursery isn’t always the easiest but to help make things a little easier, we’ve put together the top questions to ask a day nursery with a little insight from our team of internal experts.

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Tips for Reducing Food Waste

FENNIES BLOG Inspiration Fennies are proud to be accredited by the Early Years Nutrition Partnership (EYNP) for our menus and contribution to supporting good nutrition

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Toddler eating ice cream

Can Sugar be Part of a Balanced Diet?

we are delighted to bring you regular nutrition updates and evidence-based articles written by our Registered Nutrition Professionals from EYNP, Janet Aylott, and Catherine Lippe.

This months’ topic: Can sugar be part of a balanced diet?

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Meditation For Under 5’s

Meditation is a practice that we usually associate with adults, but it can have great benefits for young children too. Emotional literacy and self-regulation are a focus in the early years; helping children understand emotions, how they feel and what they can do to manage intense emotions.  

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