Opening up Superkids Levenshulme after our enforced lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic has been a creep and go process. Sharing our risk assessments and putting out a video of our new drop off and collection process helped to allay some of the worries about sending children back to our
Thursday 19th March 10.30am As you can imagine, the last 12 hours have been a bit hectic for us. We wanted to keep you as up to date as possible with a situation which is fast moving for us all. As you will know, the Government has asked nurseries to
After our latest Ofsted Inspection we are incredibly proud to say that Superkids Levenshulme has been judged as an Outstanding Provider in all areas of the nursery. The Inspector’s judgement is an endorsement of the hard work and dedication of the whole team, particularly over the last few months and
Sunny futures for Superkids Class of ’17 We had a fantastic day at Superkids on Tuesday 18th July – Graduation Day. It was great to see so many parents, grandparents and friends who had come to help us celebrate their children’s time with us at Superkids Levenshulme.
Thanks to the hard work and dedication of our team at Superkids Moss Park After School Club we have been officially rated Outstanding in all areas at our recent Ofsted inspection. Since coming together in September this year, Tammy and Tyreen, along with the support of Sharon, our Quality Manager,
Keeping your child hydrated Keeping hydrated, or well-watered, is very important for children at this time of year, especially in hot weather. As adults we are good at spotting the signs when we’re thirsty and doing something about it, whether it’s a refreshing cup of tea, a quick slurp of
Here’s something to think about before we get the odd glimpse of sun, if we’re lucky this summer – or if you’re planning to find sun elsewhere. I grew up spending summers running around on holiday with my beach gear on all day without a thought for any long term damage
One of our parents at Superkids Levenshulme, Alan Creedon, is raising money for Manchester Mind. His aim is to raise £50,000 in memory of his sister, Aoife, and is based around a monumental walk from Manchester to Dingle in Ireland. The staff and children at Superkids did their own little
Despite the pretty awful weather we suffered over Easter at Superkids Lady Barn House, we didn’t let that dampen our spirits. Between showers and downpours we took the chance to practice our football skills, did plenty of skipping and played some great team games to get our blood pumping.