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nDNA

nuclear DNA.
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NDNA chief executive Purnima Tanuku praised the work of the nursery, and said: "Achieving e-Quality Counts involves a great deal of hard work and development and illustrates a nurseries absolute commitment to children.
Mr Stephen Twigg, Labour MP and Shadow Secretary for Education attended a graduation event for the 'Big School' leavers, presenting all children with certificates and also presenting the NDNA e-Quality Counts plaque to the staff.
A study by the National Day Nurseries Association - the NDNA - found in the North-East:
And now it has scooped national recognition with the NDNA concluding: "This great nursery made attending a thrilling experience with activities such as making mud pies, climbing trees and enjoying the magic of a camp fire an everyday experience.
Rosemary Murphy, chief executive of NDNA, said: "A great amount of energy and commitment is needed to fulfil the criteria set by the scheme's assessment and Eureka should be extremely proud of their new status.
Claire Schofield, director of membership, policy and communications at the Bradley-based NDNA, said: "The new statistics show a wide range of uptake of free places for disadvantaged two-year-olds in different local authority areas - from a low of 26% to a high of 85%, as at January, 2015.
It was named one of the top 14 in the UK in the NDNA Day Nursery of the Year award in which parents nominate nurseries and give their views.
As chief executive of the Bradley-based NDNA, Purnima works with its board on strategy and represents NDNA's 15,000-plus members with Government, MPs and local authorities as well as sharing the views of nurseries in the national media.
Association chief executive Purnima Tanuku, right, said: "The vast majority of NDNA member nurseries employ at least one graduate early years teacher and 86% of English settings are currently rated Good or Outstanding by Ofsted, a higher proportion than for schools or colleges.