Heaton House News

25th October 2017

Our Employee of the Month: October 2017

Well done to Stephanie Massey who is this months Employee of the Month. She received her nominations for going above and beyond in her job role carrying out planning and creating wonderful engaging activities for the children in her own time. Stephanie works within our pre-school room and always leads very engaging activities that challenge and excite the children. She has especially demonstrated this during our recent topic of space chosen as part of the children’s interests. We’d like to congratulate Stephanie for all her hard work in pre-school and we look forward to seeing more fantastic activities
4th September 2017

Our Employee of the Month: September 2017

Employee of the Month: Lyndsay Jackson Lyndsay has recently returned from maternity leave and works as the group leader, alongside Leanne Riley, within the Tiddler’s group. We recently received a lovely email from one of our parents regarding Lyndsay. The parent explained how well Lyndsay had returned back into her role, making lovely bonds with the children, always being friendly, with lovely feedback about their child’s day. It’s always nice to recognise a staff members achievements but even more so when that recognition comes from one of our parents. Well done Lyndsay- Keep up the good wok! If you’d like to […]
3rd July 2017

Shaping your Child’s Education Through Play

Shaping your Child’s Education Through Play In the words of Albert Einstein ‘Play is the highest form of research’. Our parents often ask how play shapes their child’s learning. Play is pivotal to children’s learning. Play provides a fun, stimulating experience that engages children and helps embed learning. If we don’t play, we don’t try new things; we don’t explore and most importantly we don’t find out new things. Play underpins  learning and all aspects of children’s development. Through play, children develop language skills, their emotions and creativity, social and intellectual skills. For most children their play is natural and […]