Refer a Nursery Bunny this Easter and receive one of Five gifts + your friend will get 10% off their Nursery Software quote 🐣
Our hero workers have hopped all day, delivering knowledge before the holiday, their paws are tired and maybe a little ill, the last thing they need, is another form to fill.
So give the gift of time this Easter and help your bunny friends streamline their admin, you could even find yourself winning a £50 teaser 🙂
Some of the Easter gifts you could win for referring another nursery to use Connect Childcare
They don’t need to purchase it just see what we can do for them and their nursery 🙂
The use of the letters I and V for both consonants and vowels proved inconvenient as the Latin alphabet was adapted to Germanic and Romance languages. W originated as a doubled V (VV) used to represent the Voiced labial–velar approximant /w/ found in Old English as early as the 7th century. It came into common use in the later 11th century, replacing the letter wynn ⟨Ƿ ƿ⟩, which had been used for the same sound. In the Romance languages, the minuscule form of V was a rounded u; from this was derived a rounded capital U for the vowel in the 16th century, while a new, pointed minuscule v was derived from V for the consonant. In the case of I, a word-final swash form,