What a very special and exciting opportunity! Some of the children from St. Paul’s Nursery met The Duchess of Cambridge yesterday at Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum

Link to Birmingham Live Coverage: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/kate-middletons-24-hours-birmingham-17609546

This event was to launch a UK-wide survey to help improve early childhood called the Five Big Questions.

So often we feel that early years is not seen as a priority and that our views are not listened to.  The Duchess of Cambridge has now launched a survey to start start a UK-wide conversation on the under-fives with the aim to build the healthiest generation in history.  Please take a few minutes to answer the questions and share the Five Big Questions survey with your friends and family.

The nursery children were invited to this special event following our involvement in the development of Thinktank’s interactive child-sized mini-city, Mini Brum.

The Duchess of Cambridge

Jasmine Norris, Assistant Nursery Manager at St, Paul’s Nursery chatted to The Duchess of Cambridge yesterday while offering her some pretend chicken curry that the children were making.

Jasmine said: “I think early years is vital, incredibly important. I think we help the children to move on into their future education, and their lives. We want them to be the best they can be – we want to prepare them for life.”