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National Sickie Day

What is National Sickie Day? It’s National Sickie Day on Monday!  According to reports, there will be a spike in staff absence due to an over indulgent weekend, after a long awaited pay day. Research in 2014 found that although colds, flu and food poisoning … Read more

Settling in to Nursery

With September nearly upon us, and many children starting school, you may be thinking about a Nursery setting to help get your little one school ready. At the Nursery, we advise a minimum two-week settling in period. Why? We hear you ask; Well, we want … Read more

Savvy Shopping

After our last post we decided to put our heads together and come up with top tips for savvy food shopping. Staff from all over the organisation have been sharing their top tips on keeping the shopping bill down.   Make a list -The more … Read more

Running for Valley House

A half or full marathon is an amazing achievement, a feat of human endurance. The earliest marathon is said to have been run by a Greek named Pheidippides. Who, after the battle of Marathon in 490BC, ran 26 miles (42 km) non-stop to Athens, to … Read more