Cracking Capture our photographer is coming into nursery on Wednesday 30th May.
If your child does not attend on this day you are more than welcome to come along. As it is half term, siblings are welcome too.
They will be here from 9.30.
Pre school leavers will have a special photo.
Carly the Poppies room leader is organizing a muddy puddle walk in the grounds of the nursery to raise money for Save the Children. This will be held on Tuesday 24th of April.
All the children are invited regardless of days attended and all parents/carers are welcome too.
Come and join the fun. For times and further information please see Carly in the Poppy room.
Inspection Results, Monday 22 January, 2018
We have today had an unannounced inspection from Environmental Health and came out on top form with 5 stars for our food hygiene once again!
Food safety, is something we take very seriously for each of the children we care for.
Thank you especially to Karen the cook.
Congratulations to all the children and staff that were involved with the Children in Need activities. We raised £94.
We are having a fun filled, creative month with plenty of artwork taking place ready to take home for Christmas.
Please see the newsletter with details of the Christmas parties.
Pre school have been rehearsing their Christmas show and are very excited to show off their angelic voices. We hope you have been practising the carols with them at home.
Throughout April the children will continue with our regular activities including singing, sport, dance and drama.
If you’re looking for something new to do at home why not try making ginger bread men.
Throughout January the children will continue with our regular activities including music, art and nature studies.
If you’re looking for something new to do at home why not try this fun craft activity: Children’s Craft Pasta Bracelets
Wishing you all a very Happy New Year!
We found this great info-graphic that explains the difference between Gagging and Choking, and what you should do.
We’ve been raising money for ‘Action for Children.
Read the full article here.