Harwell Nursery receives donation
September 25, 2009
Children at Kids Unlimited Nursery on the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus have benefitted from a donation from Research Sites Restoration Ltd used to purchase musical instruments and interactive equipment for their in-house music sessions.
Shakers, puppets, sound tubes and wooden croaking frogs will bring music to the classroom and the playground in an exciting way and allow the children to interact with and explore fascinating sounds, noises and rhythms.
Parent, David Batt-Rawden who works on the Harwell Site commented "like all children my son loves to make noise, this donation will give him lots of opportunity to explore music, and as he is just learning to talk, it will help him with his speech and language development."
Commenting on RSRL’s support, Nursery Manager Hayley Corderoy said "we are very grateful for this donation and know the children will benefit immensely from the equipment we have purchased".
For more information please contact: Lesley Cox, RSRL (Harwell) Communications