Community Links – trip to Costa

Trip to the Post Office

Shrove Tuesday

London Fire Brigade Visit

Seasons Greetings from Monkey Puzzle

October News

We are recruiting!

Monkey Puzzle Golders Green is currently recruiting for the following positions:

Level 2 Nursery Practitioners with at least 2 years in a nursery setting
Level 3 Nursery Practitioners with at least 5 years experience in a nursery setting

We are looking for enthusiastic Nursery Practitioners to help us deliver outstanding care in our nursery setting. If you think you have what it takes and are looking for a new position, please forward your CV to us and your availability for interview as soon as possible.

We will provide opportunities for training and progression to the right people. As a new and expanding venture we offer the opportunity to grow your skills and experience with us.

Please click below for our list of expectations and responsibilities for the various roles carried out within our nursery:

Celebrating Eid

As part of our commitment to be an inclusive setting, we value and celebrate all cultures. In September, we celebrated the Islamic festival of Eid ul Azha. We had parents come in to do some cooking and arts activities with the children, readings about the festival, we made Eid cards for the families and enjoyed some delicious Asian cooking.

Notting Hill Carnival

We celebrated the Notting Hill Carnival at the nursery by organising our very own fun packed day for the children and the families. There was face painting, music playing, African carnival music, festive hat making, arts and crafts and a delicious range of African food prepared freshly by our fantastic chef, Stephanie.

The parents and staff had a great time, with many dressing up for the occasion to promote the British Values of mutual respect and appreciation of different cultures. Look at our fabulous pics.

Our New Mascot

As part of promoting British Values of Democracy, Rule of Law, Individual Liberty and Mutual Respect, our children has a chance to vote for the gender and name of our new Nursery Mascot! Everyone said hello and introduced themselves to RUPERT and showed excellent skills deciding on a name for him once they agreed the monkey would be a boy. The children and staff will take turns taking Rupert home for the weekend and teach him all sorts of wonderful things about their cultures families. We will then form a playbook full of photos and stories of Rupert’s experiences. Watch this space!