Last Friday was a day of celebration for St Nicholas Early Education, Cardiff, as Bishop Bill Wright blessed and officially opened the centre.
There are many things that make St Nicholas Early Education the early education provider of choice for many families across the region, such as the quality and ingenuity of the purpose-built centres, the play-based curriculum and the high ratio of early childhood teachers and staff to child ratios.
Last Friday was a day of celebration for St Nicholas Early Education, Chisholm, as Bishop Bill Wright blessed and officially opened the centre.
On Friday 13 April families are invited to visit St Nicholas Early Education at Cardiff to enjoy a fun-filled afternoon.
Arriving at St Nicholas Early Education Centre at Cardiff, it’s hard not to feel a little envious that it wasn’t open when my own children were pre-school age. My kids would have loved the incredible outdoor play area which immediately sparks children’s imaginations and allows endless possibility for play.
One of the wonderful advantages of having St Nicholas Early Education located on the same site as a primary school is the connections that are made. The St Nicholas Early Education centres in Singleton, Lochinvar and Chisholm are all close to the local Catholic primary school and can take advantage of the many opportunities available to build community.