nDNA


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AcronymDefinition
NDNANational Day Nurseries Association
NDNANorth Dakota Nurses Association (Bismark, ND)
NDNANorth Dakota Newspaper Association (est. 1885)
NDNANorth Dallas Neighborhood Alliance (Dallas, TX)
nDNAnuclear deoxyribonucleic acid
NDNANorth Deering Neighborhood Association (Portland, ME)
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Awards host TV presenter Dave Benson Phillips (left) presents the award and cheque for PS500 to staff from Nature Trails Day Nursery with Purnima Tanuku Chief Executive of NDNA front right; owner Alison and Steve Dyke to either side of Purnima; NDNA Chair of Trustees Sarah Carr behind Alison (in white); and senior marketing manager Simon Nutt of headline sponsor Hope Education back right
NDNA says this means many tens of thousands of families eager to take up the Government's offer of more free childcare may struggle to find places unless action is taken.
In order to promote the zombie themed contest, the NDNA partnered with almost half of North Dakota's 89 newspapers, with nearly 40 weekly papers and five dailies participating in the contest.
Deborah Thorpe, childcare service manager at Northumbria University, said: "I'm really pleased to win the NDNA Nursery of the Year Award for the North of England.
The winner will be announced at a gala dinner hosted by NDNA at York Racecourse on Wednesday.
Activity included sampling with the NCT, NDNA and The Baby Show, promotions with Practical Parenting and Mumsnet and targeted media relations.
NDNA awarded the quality assurance kite mark after scrutinising 16 key areas including management and staff, health and safety, environment, child protection, working with parents and catering for special needs.
The Huddersfield-based NDNA calculates that the number of independent nurseries has increased almost four-fold in the last decade, to around 6,500.
They also show the existence of tissue-specific nDNA genes that influence the interaction between NDNA and mtDNA.
If the nursery wins the award, it could go on to win the UK title of NDNA Nursery of the Year at the NDNA Nursery Awards on June 30.
NDNA chief executive Purnima Tanuku said the nursery sector in Wales was "seriously struggling to remain sustainable".
NDNA chief executive Purnima Tanuku OBE, right, said: "The nursery sector is fully behind the principle of more support for parents.