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Three sets of twins start Kinloss Nursery together


By Jonathan Clark

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AN INCREDIBLE three sets of twins started Kinloss Nursery together this year.

The twins make up half of their class – with just 12 pupils having started at the nursery in August.

Georgia and James (back) with Arlo then Jonah, Adam and Dominic...Kinloss Nursery has welcomed three sets of twins this year...Picture: Becky Saunderson..
Georgia and James (back) with Arlo then Jonah, Adam and Dominic...Kinloss Nursery has welcomed three sets of twins this year...Picture: Becky Saunderson..

Georgia and James, Arlo and Jonah and Adam and Dominic – all aged three – have so far enjoyed their nursery experience.

All three sets of twins stay in Kinloss – with Georgia and James and Jonah and Adam born just eight days apart.

Becky Lawton, early year's practitioner at Kinloss Nursery, said: "I've worked in nurseries for 18 years and I've never ever seen two sets of twins in one class.

"Now we have two sets of identical twins and another pair of twins. We were just gobsmacked when we found out.

"The kids are all really happy and are getting settled into the nursery routine and are making new friends. They all get on well with each other.

Georgia and James (back) with Arlo then Jonah, Adam and Dominic...Kinloss Nursery has welcomed three sets of twins this year...Picture: Becky Saunderson..
Georgia and James (back) with Arlo then Jonah, Adam and Dominic...Kinloss Nursery has welcomed three sets of twins this year...Picture: Becky Saunderson..

"Even with the identical twins, they have their own little personality traits and enjoy different things so we can just about tell the difference between them."



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