The team at NMT with our vast experience in the nursery sector are proud to announce the launch of NMT Digital Nursery Agenda on Tuesday 14 July.
ENTRIES EXTENDED for the 7th Scottish NMT Nursery Awards, to be held on 19th March 2021 at the Hilton Glasgow!
Jennie Johnson MBE, founder and CEO of Kids Allowed, has a wealth of experience across the nursery sector. As she steps back from the helm, Jennie speaks to Briony Richter about her time in the industry and saying goodbye to Kids Allowed
Entries are now open tor the 2020 awards! Click here to find out more about the categories and the enter!
NMT’s webinar series, NMT Discussions are new weekly installments discussing the latest news for the sector. Click here to find out more!
It’s very clear that overall, healthy and happy children do better in school. But education is not just about lessons within the four walls of a classroom. Being outdoors in nature encourages a whole new set of skills. Looking ahead, I wouldn’t be surprised if there was a surge in outdoor nurseries as the way we teach children constantly evolves. Briony Richter speaks to Lisa Behan, chief operating officer and Conor Williams, operations manager at Little Forest Folks about their vision for the great outdoors and education
Nursery Management Today and Freelife (by Ontex Healthcare) have joined together to award those special individuals working in nurseries who have gone above and beyond to make their nursery the best it can possibly be during this time of uncertainty during the Covid-19 pandemic putting the welfare of key workers children above anything else – your Rising Star!
It’s a worrying time for the early years sector, but those working across the sector are resilient and experienced people who, together will be able to support each other and call for more Government support. Rosemary Collard, director of Snapdragons Nurseries talks about the impact of Covid-19
Flexible hours allow employees with varied responsibilities to come and go when they need to, and then catch up on lost hours when they have the free time, for instance after their children are in bed. Susan McGhee explains why flexible working is necessary for our society.