Curiosity key

A Telford-based nursery chain has become the first business in Shropshire to win a national accreditation for the back to basics approach.

The Curiosity Approach to pre-school education was adopted by bosses at ABC Day Nursery in Lightmoor a year ago and this week received the news their hard work had paid off to be officially accredited. The nursery chain is the first in the county to achieve the national accreditation and one of only 14 nurseries nationwide.

Owner Penny Hustwick said, “The approach has really given a wonderful homely feel and atmosphere to Lightmoor. The children absolutely love playing with the real household items – nursery really has become a home away from home for them,” said Penny.

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