On Sunday 5th June, the sun shone upon Enchanted Forest Erskine and we were delighted to welcome over 400 families and friends to our 10th Birthday Party Celebrations for what was a truly memorable day. Families came from near and far from each of our nurseries to celebrate with us and also included many returning families who joined us up to ten years ago. Children who made some of their first friendships many years ago and who have not seen each other since leaving Enchanted Forest for ...
On Thursday 28th April our children and staff at Enchanted Forest Robroyston were visited by Kezia Dugdale MSP, Leader of the Scottish Labour Party.
The Scottish Labour Party requested a visit to Enchanted Forest, who were delighted to showcase our happy children, skilled staff team and beautiful nursery environment. Paul Martin the local candidate accompanied Kezia on our visit and was delighted to see the services Enchanted Forest offer to local families of Robroy...
Now in its 13th year the Greenock Chamber of Commerce Bee’s Knees Awards 2016 was once again seeking to throw the spotlight on Inverclyde’s business talent, recognising and rewarding the endeavours of the leading lights in business – people who are working smarter than their competitors to create a business edge, contributing to the local economy and supporting the community across the region. This year Enchanted Forest entered three categories and are delighted to have been announced as fin...
Enchanted Forest Inverkip has just been announced as one of the
TOP 10 RECOMMENDED NURSERY in SCOTLAND in the daynurseries.co.uk 2016 Nursery Awards.
The daynurseries.co.uk Top 10 Nursery Awards 2016 highlight the most recommended nurseries in each region of the UK. The awards are based on over 22,000 reviews received between 1st March 2014 to 1st March 2016 from parents, relatives and guardians of children who attend the nurseries. Specifically, daynurseries.co.uk used the review score as...
Our 3-5 children at Enchanted Forest Thornliebank have recently been learning about ‘People Who Help’ us.
To add depth to their topic, we arrange for a Police Officer to visit our children.
Our children confidently asked lots of questions including:
‘How do you catch the baddies?’
‘Do you ride a motorbike?’
‘What’s the best thing about being a policeman?
The most exciting part of the visit was when the children got to try on the officers hat and handcuffs. Following the ...
Susan and Dawn from The Beatson Cancer Charity visited Enchanted Forest Greenock on Friday 11th March 2016 for our fundraising cheque presentation.
Each year, Enchanted Forest nominate a ‘Charity of the Year’ and in selecting The Beatson Cancer Charity, the choice seemed easy. The Beaston have successfully supported our Managing Director, Mariessa’s Aunt through cancer on two occasions, as well as supporting many of our staff and families in various ways both directly and indirectly. In...
Our Enchanted Forest Nursery, Erskine’s Carla Fulton has gone from Modern Apprentice to manager, what a journey!
The former Park Mains pupil joined the nursery in 2009 and is now helping to train Modern Apprentices. The nursery has 63 places for young children and 14 employees.
“I love my job and I loved being an apprentice. It is such a rewarding job and the best part of it is watching the children and seeing them develop,” explained Carla.
She believes her career progress t...
World Book Day is a celebration! It’s a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading. In fact, it’s the biggest celebration of its kind and each of our nurseries participated on Thursday 3rd March 2016 to raise the profile of our love of books.
The main aim of World Book Day in the UK and Ireland is to encourage children to explore the pleasures of books and reading by providing them with the opportunity to have a book of their own. Va...
The Beatson Cancer Charity is like all great causes, however has the unique aspect in Scotland, in that most people have some genuine affiliation with the hospital whether personally or through relatives or friends. The charity exist to enhance the experience, treatment, outcomes and wellbeing of current and former cancer patients and their families or carers in the broadest possible sense. They achieve this by delivering non-clinical services and funding enhancements in cancer treatment,...
We are delighted to announce that Enchanted Forest Early Learning has been announced as one of the finalists in the Business Women Scotland Awards for Employer of the Year category.
Business Women Scotland magazine showcases some of the most enterprising and successful women from around Scotland: women who have had the courage to follow their dreams, whether that be starting their own business, making it ‘to the top’ in their career, or using their expertise and knowledge to h...