Cherry Hill Children’s Day Nursery has received the respected Healthy and Sustainable Pre-School Scheme National Award from Welsh Government.
By achieving the award Cherry Hill Children’s Day Nursery has successfully demonstrated that they’ve implemented actions that covered a wide range of health issues including, Nutrition and Oral Health, Physical Activity/Active Play, Mental and Emotional Health, Wellbeing and Relationships, Environment, Safety, Hygiene and Workplace Health and Wellbeing.
As well as focusing on these health areas they have also achieved the ‘Tiny Tums Award’ in which recognises that food served is part of the Designed to Smile programme which is a targeted National Oral Health Improvement Programme.
They have a fantastic outdoor space for children to play and learn as well as high standards for safety and hygiene.
Helen Jones, Healthy Pre Schools Officer for Wrexham County Borough Council said: “Cherry Hill Children’s Day Nursery has shown that the general health and well-being of children and staff is at the forefront of the setting.
“The environment of the setting is outstanding both indoors and outdoors. They embrace all initiatives that can help to influence practice in the setting and make the experience for staff and children extra special. I am sure they will continue to promote a healthy and happy environment for the children that pass through their care in the future.”
Cherry Hill manager Lisa Holland has said “Cherry Hill is thrilled to have received this award”.
The Scheme operates across Wales and is managed by Public Health Wales and supported locally by the Wrexham County Borough Council’s Healthy Schools Team.