A well-known Kidderminster nursery popular with local parents has seen its numbers continue to swell following the Christmas break. Little Trinity Nursery Manager, Miss Gaynor Carter, said: “It’s wonderful to welcome so many new children into the nursery and we still have a number of children on our waiting lists for our rooms, with more families than ever wanting to enrol their children into Little Trinity, which is simply fantastic!” In September 2014 Holy Trinity School became a Free School, with Little Trinity Nursery relaunching as an independent nursery. Since then the nursery has continued to go from strength to strength, with major building work helping to extend rooms as well as a redecoration programme throughout, which has brightened and refreshed all nursery areas. Further plans are on the table this year and include building a new outside learning area which will enhance and extend the nursery’s existing outdoor play and learning facilities. Miss Carter added: “Our continuous provision and individual planning ensures our children enjoy a broad and varied curriculum, and with the introduction of our ‘online’ learning journeys parents can both view and add to it from home, which is a great way of working together to ensure we achieve the best we can for all our children.” Based within the grounds of Holy Trinity School, Little Trinity Nursery provides quality day care for pre-school children aged 2 - 5 years, in an atmosphere both homely and colourful. Recruiting two new members of staff to support their growing numbers, children continue to benefit from the use of Holy Trinity’s swimming pool and weekly gym sessions, and take part in extra-curricular activities including weekly football with Kidderminster Harriers and ballet lessons with Brockway/ Morris School of Dance.