Week 22nd-26th May 2017

25th May 2017

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Tadpoles

As part of our topic growth a nursery parent kindly donated some tadpoles. This has created huge interest amongst our nursery children and we have been able to find out lots of  new facts and information about their life cycle. The children have also been doing some observational drawings which are displayed on our growing wall – come and see!

A Visit From a Baby

Last week the children were introduced to a newborn baby and this Friday they will be welcoming another baby visitor into nursery. This baby is a little older and will be showing the children the next stage of a baby’s development as they grow. They will see the baby getting changed and fed and will be able to ask lots of questions. A huge thank you to the parent that is taking the time to come in and visit our setting, we really do appreciate your support.

 

Stay and Play Gardeners

What a busy week we have had with so many of our parent/carers coming along to one of our six stay and play sessions. Our outdoor provision looks wonderful! We really appreciate the time and effort that every single one of you has put in to weed the outdoor beds. Now that was the hard part, now for the fun bit! Next term will be hosting a planting day on Tuesday, 27th June when we are asking parent/carers for donations of plants to plant with your child in the outdoor gardens. We are trying to create a fairy garden, sensory garden and herb garden so would appreciate any plants that would fit in with that theme. We have attached ideas of what to bring under the documents section.

Parents’ Meetings

If your child is moving up to Reception in September then please sign up for a Parents’ meeting with their key person. The meetings will be held on Monday, 17th July. Nursery will be closed on this day.

Finally, another huge thank you to all of you for another brilliant half term. Enjoy the two week break and we look forward to seeing you all again when we return on Monday, 12th June 2017.

 

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