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A Guide To Successful ‘Settling’ In Your Nursery

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A comprehensive document offering guidance and ideas on how to help young children settle in a new nursery / early years setting. It discusses amongst other things -settling sessions, stay and play sessions, and parent workshops. It also gives ideas on how to build on children's interests using 'settling boxes', 'all about me books and treasure boxes'.

It was written by an experienced teacher in an early years setting graded as outstanding by OFSTED.

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  1. Julia mutebi kasule

    Good resources

  2. Thomas Benjamin

    Impressive and useful

  3. Grace Liang

    Excellent materials and information

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