Can anyone can enlighten me on this issue. My 22 month old has been attending a full day care nursery since he was a year old, just one day a week when I go to work. I have applied for and been offered a place at a sessional nursery, to start when he is three, which is five mornings a week for three hours. This is obviously not as convenient for working mums, and I would need to arrange a nanny to collect him at lunchtime and spend the afternoon with him. But I have been under the impression that these are more education based sessions, and would benefit him in the year before he starts school. Now I'm wondering if I'll be making a rod for my own back as not only is it just mornings, but also termly, so there will be lots of extra nanny time to incorporate when I'm at work. I want to do what's best for my son, but I'm confused as to what the real difference is between these types of nurseries.
Does anyone have any experience of this?
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Confused about daycare nursery versus sessional nursery....
varmit · 03/07/2009 15:25
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