A few words from our parents…….

 

“Ruskin House is not so much a nursery but more like visiting your extended family of aunties of all types in their big cosy home.  My son has really thrived here; he has made lots of friends that he sees outside nursery, his learning has progressed without being forced or lacking in fun, and the staff are unfailingly warm and kind-hearted towards the children.  I have especially appreciated the bond the staff have formed with my older son who has some developmental issues. He didn’t attend Ruskin House but he was always made welcome and enjoyed visiting it almost as much like his brother! We’ll all miss Ruskin House”

Parent Testimonial – March 2019

 

” I can’t believe that she has been with you for 2 years and is now ready to move on to the next step of her education journey. We want to take this opportunity to thank you and your staff for the nurture and care that you have shown Scarlet over the years and this is a credit to your nursery”

    Parent Testimonial-  May 2019

 

“Thank you for taking care of my son since he was a baby! Now he’s nearly  4 & is ready to start school full time in September.

We are sad to & we will miss Ruskin House”

Parent Testimonial-July 2019

 

“Thank you 11 for taking such good care of my daughter and for being such a welcoming and warm place to come each week.

We will miss you and hope to come back and visit if we are in the neighbourhood!”

Parent Testimonial-July 2019

 

‘Thank you so much for the very special graduation ceremony and the lovely party afterwards.
It was great to see all of the kids receive their certificates and watch the song and play. I know it took lots of effort on your part and we really appreciate the chance to be involved. ”

                                                        Parent Testimonial- July 2019

 

“Thank you all for the kindness & attention you gave to both our children over the last 5 years. Not only have the boys been cared for, but they have learnt heaps, had great experiences as well as lots of fun.

And the fabulous tasty & nourishing food they have enjoyed.  As their Nana, it’s been wonderful to know that they have had such a rich nursery experience, which will set them up well for their future”

Parent Testimonial-July 2019

Remembrance day

Remembrance Day is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth member states since the end of the First World War to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty.   Each year, the nation unites to make sure that no-one is forgotten and to remember and honour those who…

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Remembrance day

Remembrance Day is a memorial day observed in Commonwealth member states since the end of the First World War to remember the members of their armed forces who have died in the line of duty.   Each year, the nation unites to make sure that no-one is forgotten and to remember and honour those who…

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Black History Month at Ruskin House Nursery

Last  month Ruskin House Nursery  took part in a variety of activities in order to celebrate Black History Month. We celebrated   by tasting  African & Caribbean fruits  and vegetables which concluded with a tasty  soup with dumplings. We extended children’s play in the tactile area  by making dumplings with play dough . Handa’s  Surprise…

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Black History Month at Ruskin House Nursery

Last  month Ruskin House Nursery  took part in a variety of activities in order to celebrate Black History Month. We celebrated   by tasting  African & Caribbean fruits  and vegetables which concluded with a tasty  soup with dumplings. We extended children’s play in the tactile area  by making dumplings with play dough . Handa’s  Surprise…

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Hindu Festival of Colours

This week children at RHS are celebrating the Hindu festival of colours. They are exploring by mixing them together to find out what colour they make. Running their hands in the paint they are finding out different textures and learning new words like smooth and slimy and wet.

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Hindu Festival of Colours

This week children at RHS are celebrating the Hindu festival of colours. They are exploring by mixing them together to find out what colour they make. Running their hands in the paint they are finding out different textures and learning new words like smooth and slimy and wet.

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World Book Day

World Book Day was marked at RHS by children bringing in their favourite books and dressing up as a character of their choice. Everyone had an amazing time.

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World Book Day

World Book Day was marked at RHS by children bringing in their favourite books and dressing up as a character of their choice. Everyone had an amazing time.

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