Nursery taken over by new company

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THE onsite nursery at Wallingford School is being taken over by a new company.

Tiny Toes Nursery is the new nursery provider at the school in St George’s Road and will take over from Abingdon Kindergarten on Monday, June 30.

Tiny Toes will be open for babies and pre-school children, with before and after-school sessions and holiday clubs available.

For more details, call 07712 329358.

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2:49am Mon 23 Jun 14

Myron Blatz says...

Whatever happened to good, old-fashioned state-run schools, instead of 'academies' and 'private-public' institutions? So much for the private sector being better and more efficient at running anything - schools or prisons!
Whatever happened to good, old-fashioned state-run schools, instead of 'academies' and 'private-public' institutions? So much for the private sector being better and more efficient at running anything - schools or prisons! Myron Blatz
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