The end of a project, but it’s not all sad news :)

Last week saw the final session of The Northamptonshire Baby Room Project© that I had been facilitating in Rutland since March.  And wow what a project!  It was great to work with so many practitioners who were enthused by what they learned and committed  to making a difference to the babies in their care.  So thank you to all those who attended and in doing so, shared ideas, inspired each other and helped to positively shape the brains of the babies in their care by providing high quality interactions.  Thank you also for the positive feedback, (some of which is featured below), saying that the training would have been even better if it had ‘never ended’ and for unanimously recommending this project to other people.

“I loved having the time within the session to make resources to take back to our setting especially our sensory hoop and natural sensory bottles!”

Baby Room Practitioner – The Ark Association, Rutland: September 2012

 “This project has already had a positive impact across the nursery, especially the resources and also understanding how young children ‘tick’.”

Manager – Private Day Nursery, Oakham: September 2012

 “I hope that this will give my colleagues a little more enthusiasm from the enthusiastic way I will pass the information on!”

“Brilliant and inspiring course, I have enjoyed this immensely and learnt so much.”

Baby Room Practitioners – Little Bloomers Day Nursery: September 2012

 

‘What excited you most about the project?’

“Coming to the sessions and learning”.

Senior Practitioner – Little Angels Day Nursery: September 2012

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