When it comes to the perfect nursery, there are few things more perfect than an orphanage.
But how do you spot the best ones?
In this BBC Sport special, we explore the best orphanages across the world.
Hamilton orphanages In New Zealand, the Hamilton children’s orphanage is the first child-free orphanage to open its doors.
Its doors are open until the end of 2020.
It is the most-visited of the 100+ orphanages on our list.
It was opened in 1994, and since then it has grown into a fully-fledged residential home, with an extensive network of care and support services.
The home’s main purpose is to care for the children of the family, including in-home and foster care, while also working with the orphanages and local community to ensure they are happy, healthy and safe.
Its motto is “we are all in this together”.
Rochdale and the Bakersfield area There are several orphanages in the Rochdales area, and each one has a unique history and a different feel to them.
It all comes down to the caring staff at the Rohdale and Bakersfields orphanages.
The Rochdalen area is home to two of the best in the UK, while the Bayside area has the other best.
Each one is dedicated to the care of children from different backgrounds and from different ethnic backgrounds.
The Bakersdale home is known for its close-knit community of people who work together to ensure that the children who need a home are there when they need to be. 3.
Brighton Children’s Home In England, the Brighton children’s home is the UK’s oldest children’s institution and has been open for more than 40 years.
Brighton has a rich history of providing caring homes for young people, and is a place where people come together to share and celebrate their life together.
The children’s homes are known for their strong community spirit, but there are many other things to do and to do well as well.
Brighton’s children’s centre is home of the Brighton and Hove Youth Club, and has an annual theme of celebrating life.
The theme is “We Can Work Together”, and the children’s club organises events to encourage and support each other and their families.
Loughborough Children’s home The Loughliams Children’s Centre in Kent is home for young children from the age of five to 14.
It provides children with a home that they can trust, where they can play and learn.
The centre is known as “home of the brave” and is the world’s oldest child-safe home, having opened in 1878.
There are also many special activities to keep children occupied throughout the year.
West Ham Children’s house In West Ham, England, there is a special place in the hearts of children.
It’s known as the “house of the future”.
Its purpose is “to nurture young people in their unique future, and to provide them with a safe place in which to be themselves, develop their talents and make the most of their talents”.
The children have access to the main school and a range of community groups.
It also offers many hours of free learning and tutoring, with activities such as running and rowing.
The kids can choose from a range and interests, from art, music and theatre.
Manchester Children’s orphanages The Manchester Children in Need Society, founded in 1968, is a children’s charity dedicated to providing safe and caring homes to children and their parents from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Its mission is “protecting children from poverty, violence and abuse” and the homes are located in a range in the area of Brighton and nearby homes.
The charity also has a special focus on fostering “children with special needs”.
Cheltenham Children’s homes The Cheltenam Children’s House in Cheltenampshire, UK, is the oldest children-only orphanage in England.
It opened its doors in 1965, and it continues to serve children from its community of over 1,500.
Its main focus is to offer “safe, loving, nurturing and nurturing environments for children from a variety of backgrounds”.
Its motto says “We are all together.
We are all Cheltenamps”.
Stirling Children’s care There is a big difference between the Stirling children’s care centre and the others.
The Stirling community has a large number of caring members, including staff, volunteers and volunteers of other organisations.
The care team members are trained to work together, and they are committed to helping children who are in need.
The main purpose of the Stirlings is to provide a safe, nurturing, caring environment for children.
The parents of the children at Stirling are all of one faith, and their care is not just focused on helping children, but also on providing a safe environment for the entire community.