Frightening fun at Happy Days!

These children have been putting the fun into frights (with a little help from their parents!) Happy Days nurseries across the Fylde have been getting into the Halloween mood by holding a series of Stay & Play events. The spooky sessions have been designed so children and adults can...

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Celebrating Team GB’s success!

Well done, Team GB! Youngsters from Poulton Happy Days have been cheering on Britain’s success in Brazil by hosting its own Rio Games. From relay races, jumping hurdles, to making their own gold medals, the children took part in a number of events where everyone was a winner. The...

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Olympians in training!

Youngsters put their best foot forward as they started preparations early for the 2028 Olympics! While Rio and Tokyo might come a little too soon for these mini-athletes, this year’s sports day provided some good experience for them. Parent and grandparents were encouraged to take part in the Ansdell...

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Youngsters going bananas to have their say!

Now the nation has decided, little Heidi Glancy has more important things on her mind. Does she like bananas or not? The three-year-old was using her democratic right to vote at Happy Days nursery in Ansdell as part of an activity to get children involved in the day-to-day running...

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Happy birthday Your Majesty!

Happy birthday, your majesty! Children at Happy Days nursery in Ansdell have been rubbing shoulders with royalty by putting on their own garden party for the Queen’s 90th celebrations. While Ant & Dec were rolling out the red carpet in London, the children invited their nearest and dearest to...

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Outstanding result for our twinkle-toed youngsters!

THESE youngsters have let their feet do the talking following their recent Ofsted inspection result… they are OUTSTANDING! Staff and children at Poulton Happy Days Childcare have been celebrating after inspectors said they had a “superb partnership” with parents which contributed towards “excellent skills” which the children were developing...

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