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St Edmund’s Nursery School and Children’s Centre, Washington Street, Bradford , BD8 9QW

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Starts: Tue, 21 May 2019

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50 Things To Do Before You’re Five

What does it do?
A free project, developed in Bradford for all parents of children aged 0-5 across the Bradford and Keighley district. A smart phone app offers 50 activities, that will support communication development, access to the outdoors and a growing understanding of the world by having fun!

Who is it for?
The project was funded by the youth charity, Big Change and developed by St Edmund’s Nursery School and Children’s Centre in Girlington, to be universally accessible. We have worked with partners, Delius Special School to include developmentally appropriate guidance on the free app for children who are disabled. Each activity has a section that supports families of children who are visually and hearing impaired, have a physical impairment, or are living with autism.

How do I access it?
Download the app for free from the App Store or from Google Play Store, by searching for 50 Things Bradford

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