The celebration was attended by proud parents and grandparents
Children at the Mama Bear’s Day Nursery & Pre-School on Oakfield Road, Clifton recently celebrated their graduation with a special ceremony attended by parents and grandparents.
The pre-schoolers enjoyed an afternoon of fun where they dressed in traditional mortarboard graduation caps and received a special certificate from the nursery staff.
The children were also delighted to spend the day with Mama Bear herself who stopped by to congratulate the graduates before their big move to primary school.
Mama Bear’s Oakfield Road nursery manager, Justyna Wasiulewska, said: “It was wonderful to see the children looking so grown up in their caps and ready to start their next adventure at primary school.
“Myself and the rest of the staff always feel so proud to see the children leave us confident, well-rounded and excited to take the next step in their early education.
“At Mama Bear’s we aim to create a home-from-home environment and I believe that’s what we’ve done. We pride ourselves on tailoring care to each individual child’s needs. It is so lovely to see each child develop during their time with us before they go off to school.”
The Oakfield Road nursery, which is conveniently located in the heart of Clifton, is now open to registrations for children aged between three months and five years.
The nursery is based in a wonderful 19th century building and located within walking distance of Whiteladies Road, Pembroke Road, Park Street, Bristol Zoo and the Downs.
With a front garden as well as a sensory garden to the back, children are able to explore the messy play, water and sand pits and help grow herbs and vegetables. Inside the nursery is divided into specific age groups with age-appropriate resources.
Justyna continued: “Our nursery is ideal for parents living in the west of Bristol or those working in and around Clifton and the City Centre.
“The nursery has a lovely atmosphere with specially designed environments to make a stimulating and interactive setting. A particular favourite with children is the sensory room which is currently space themed and the fantastic ball pool.
“Our staff are brilliant and are loved by children and parents alike. We have four Level 6 staff and three of them are qualified teachers so children are in the best possible hands.
“We have plenty of places available at the moment and would welcome families to come and have a look around and meet the staff.”
Mama Bear’s Day Nursery is a family run childcare organisation which was established in 2002 with the aim of making high-quality, affordable childcare available to families living, working or studying in the South West.
The Day Nurseries aim to provide children with their first vital level of education to give them a head-start when they start at primary school.
For more information or to register visit www.mamabear.co.uk