Under Fives

Things to do with Babies, Toddlers & Young Children in Derbyshire and Staffordshire

Under-Fives Newsletter

Best teacher-pupil ratio in Derbyshire and Staffordshire - applications for Henry Prince Primary School now open



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The Newsletter on the Under-Fives
Issue 158: June/July 2018
http://www.under-fives.org/
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Welcome to the summer Under-Fives newsletter. I hope you find it useful. Any comments or suggestions for places to visit, please get in touch.

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Contents


What's New at the Under-Fives Web Site?

Best teacher-pupil ratio in Derbyshire and Staffordshire - applications for Henry Prince Primary School now open

Baby looking at book

Find a Nursery...

Nurseries takes children up to school age for whole or half day sessions. They are inspected annually by OFSTED to make sure they are appropriately staffed and resourced. Find out more at
http://www.under-fives.org/nursery.html

Childminding

...or a Childminder

More childminders have been adding themselves to the site at
http://www.under-fives.org/childminder.html


Events for the Under-Fives

Best teacher-pupil ratio in Derbyshire and Staffordshire - applications for Henry Prince Primary School now open

E-mail your event to jill@under-fives.org and I'll be pleased to publish it here.

Mayfield Summer Fair

Mayfield School, Saturday 29 June from 3.15 pm to 6.30 pm. Everyone welcome for stalls, games, facepainting, strawberries and cream and other refreshments.
https://www.henryprince.org/garden-party/

Face painting at garden party

Teddy Bear Specials

All children who bring Teddy along for a return ride on the Rudyard train will travel free of charge and receive a lollipop. Teddy bear treats available from Platform 2 Cafe.
http://www.rlsr.org/

Picnic in the Park

Sunday 8 July from 1 pm, Ashbourne Memorial Gardens. Free event to mark the end of the Ashbourne Festival. Bring your blanket, food, family and friends for a lovely afternoon in Ashbourne Park and listen to the sound of talented young musicians from Tutbury Band.
http://ashbournefestival.org/picnic/

Puppets on Parade

Hednesford, Cannock. There is a lot for families to enjoy in this fun interactive exhibition. You can dress up as a fairy tale character or put on your own Punch and Judy puppet show. You can even star on screen with your favourite puppet. 23 June to 12 Aug, open 11:00 - 17:00.
http://www.wlct.org/


Pregnancy and Under-Fives News

Best teacher-pupil ratio in Derbyshire and Staffordshire - applications for Henry Prince Primary School now open

Round up of some of the more interesting news about mothers-to-be, childcare, babies, toddlers and young children.

'Helicopter parenting' linked to behavioural problems in children

Two-year-olds with over-controlling parents more likely to struggle in school due to an increase in bad behaviour, a study has found.
https://www.independent.co.uk/

Infant formula could change gut bacteria and contribute to childhood obesity

What an infant eats might have effects on later weight - and it likely starts in the gut, according to a new study.
https://abcnews.go.com/

"Eating for two" during pregnancy is a major health risk

The children of over-eating women had double the chance of becoming obese by the age of 15, researchers have discovered
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/

Babies most likely to be born at 4am, study finds

Four o'clock in the morning is the time most babies are born spontaneously in England, with the majority arriving between 01:00 and 07:00, a study shows.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/

Danger warning over covering your baby's pram or car seat in the sun

Lots of mums think that putting a blanket or towel over their baby's pram or car seat is beneficial in the hot weather, but it can however raise the temperature by 10 oC.
http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/

Breakthrough pregnancy blood test can predict delivery date and help tackle risky premature births

A blood test which can predict whether a child will be born up to two months prematurely could help tackle the condition, which is the leading cause of newborn death and disability in developed countries like the UK.
https://www.independent.co.uk/


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