creche


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Synonyms for creche

a hospital where foundlings (infant children of unknown parents) are taken in and cared for

a representation of Christ's nativity in the stable at Bethlehem

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THANK God creches are good for our kids and they won't be scarred for life for being left under the watchful eye of a healthcare professional.
Ms Griffiths said: "It was good to visit Cardiff and Vale College's creche, which is providing affordable high-quality childcare so parents can return to work.
But all four levelled against Ms Kelly were withdrawn and the North Co Dublin creche pleaded guilty to eight of the remaining 20, with the rest dropped.
A Northumberland County Council spokesperson said: "After detailed financial analysis, consultation with staff and taking on board views of customers, Active Northumberland will continue to offer some creche sessions at Prudhoe Waterworld.
But with only 24 of the 40 places taken the creche is running at a loss.
How do people react when they see your creche for the first time?
The creche will form part of the property's newly-refurbished CoolZone and ChillZone, which cater to children aged four-12 years old and teenagers, respectively.
But to help the creche provide the best possible care they are calling on readers to help them with their Wish campaign.
The creche collection, acquired by Jewell Younger Graeber of Marks, consists of more than 100 authentic handcrafted Italian figurines, including Jesus, Mary, Joseph, the three magi, angels, and townspeople, and will adorn the museum's 16-foot tree.
The program will include sessions on the creche in European art, its introduction into Canada and the creche's importance in times of war.
He questioned whether affordable child care would be available in the area for the present creche users and said people would be prepared to pay an additional pound to use them, taking the cost to pounds 2.
Summary: Macao, May 25, 2010, SPA -- Macao&'s Health Bureau Monday reported one newly confirmed enterovirus 71 (EV71) case at a local creche, bringing the total number of such cases to 15 so far.
Management shut the council-run Glasgow Club Bellahouston creche after the Care Commission called in police.
A CRECHE and a children's play area could be closed at Coventry's main leisure centre because of the recession.
The study found children looked after by grandparents at the age of nine months were considered to have more behavioural problems at age three than those who had been in the care of a nursery, creche, child minder, nanny or another family member.