Move more, Sit less,  Play together

Move more, Sit less, Play together

Children who take part in regular physical exercise are healthy, happy, school ready and sleep better. The recommendation is for children to aim for at least three hours a day. We make sure all the children in our settings get lots of exercise, outside….

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Nativity a great success

Nativity a great success

Thank you to all the parents who came and watched our Nativity and for helping with the costumes. It was a wonderful to see the children dressed in all their costumes they looked fantastic.

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Paddington Tree!

Paddington Tree!

Our theme was Paddington Bear and all the children made Paddington Bear decorations. Sarah took several groups of children to the church and while they were there they had a look at the beautiful stained glass windows.

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Parent Reminder - 30 hours funded childcare deadline

Parent Reminder - 30 hours funded childcare deadline

Just a reminder for everyone that we are now offer 30 hours extended entitlement. Please remember to tell us your eligibility code by January at the latest to enable the funding to begin as soon as possible.

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2017 Christmas Party - Information for Parents

2017 Christmas Party - Information for Parents

This year’s Christmas Party for current parents and their children from all settings will be on Sunday 17th December between 3pm and 5pm. We will have two entertainers and a visit from someone special! Ask a member of staff for your FREE tickets.

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Remembrance medals and stories

Remembrance medals and stories

She read a story from a book called Soldier Oli and showed them her medals

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Bird watching

Bird watching

They showed us how to make things from recycled materials. We listened to a story and then made masks from characters in the story

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Learning All About Nocturnal Animals

Learning All About Nocturnal Animals

As the evenings begin to draw in we have been listening to and talking about the story of Owl Babies, which the children are really enjoying.

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Our Kindness Tree is Sprouting Lots of Leaves!

Our Kindness Tree is Sprouting Lots of Leaves!

Look at all of these beautiful leaves on our kindness tree, we are so impressed by the children as our kindness tree is full already this term!

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The importance of a child's Key Person

The importance of a child's Key Person

This is an important part of the settling process and helps the children form positive attachments with the practitioners and other at children in the Pre-school.

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