Nottinghamshire nursery takes part in mental health week

A Nottinghamshire nursery is ensuring children are focused on their mental health from an early age by holding a week of activities promoting wellbeing.

By Katrina Taylor
Tuesday, 11th May 2021, 8:01 am

Cherubs Nursery on Mansfield Road in Edwinstowe is taking part in Mental Health Awareness Week – a campaign by the Mental Health Foundation which runs until Sunday –

by promoting a range of activities for youngsters to enjoy.

This year’s theme is ‘nature’ and staff are creating themed tasks throughout the week.

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Children at Cherubs Nursery in Edwinstowe practiced meditation as part of Mental Health Week

Sarah Hickling, nursery manager, said: “Our children love spending time outdoors in the nursery’s garden and appreciating its positive impact on mental health.

“The children enjoyed practicing meditation and will be spending lots of time outside with activities to promote positivity and good mental health.

“Cherubs are passionate about supporting children and staff with their mental health, including offering staff counselling sessions and making Cherubs a positive place to work.”

Cherubs Edwinstowe are recruiting Early Years Educators, Apprentices and other opportunities, check out their vacancies at

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