Doctors have cautioned that grapes are the third most common cause of death among under-fives who die in food-related choking incidents. The professionals say that a lack of awareness among parents, carers and health professionals could be putting children under the age of 5 at risk. Grapes should be at least halved (length-ways) to avoid getting stuck or blocking the small airwaves of an infant. In response to requests from health visitors, community nursery nurses and early years staff,…
Tops Day Nurseries, fully understand a healthy, balanced diet and regular physical activity are essential for your children’s health and well-being. Research confirms that healthy eating habits in the years before school are extremely important because they influence growth, development and academic achievement in later life.
As you may have seen in the media there is growing concern about childhood obesity. The number of children under five who are overweight or obese has risen to 41 million, from 31 million in 1990, according to figures released by a World Health Organisation commission.
Fighting the childhood obesity crisis is a top priority and for this reason, the no added sugar menus were launched. When your children are in our care, the food we provide is nutritious and well balanced. Giving them the energy required to learn, play and develop, while keeping the food interesting and tasty.