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This week in the Nursery

 

Friday 13th September

 

This week…

Has been our first week with all our children exploring the nursery and its new activities. We can’t believe how quickly it has gone. The children have enjoyed singing familiar songs, listening to The Owl Babies story and learning how to put things back where they belong.

 

Week beginning 16th of September

Next week we will continue to concentrate on settling the children into their new environment, helping them to make new friends and explore the different activities. We will continue to read any favourite stories the children may like to share with us and of course our favourite nursery rhymes too.

 

We have set up a ‘Parent Board’ in the conservatory. This will be a place for you to see what we have been doing in the nursery, a little information about us all as well as different things that may be coming up in the future. We do love to share our exciting news with you.

A few messages…

Just another reminder.  We ask that you are mindful of what you put into your child’s lunchbox as other children may have allergies. Please do not add any nuts or nut products (although they can be very healthy) this does include Nutella.

 

If you have any queries at all don’t hesitate to talk to a member of staff at the gate or inside the Nursery.

 

 

Sarah, Paula, Louise, Linzi and Charmaine.

Welcome to the Nursery

 

Friday 6th September

 

This week…

Welcome to our Nursery, it was lovely getting to know the children a little more this week and watching them explore the new activities within our setting.

It was a great opportunity to talk with you and find out more about the children.

 

Week beginning 9th of September

Next week our first sessions will begin by welcoming in the Goslings on Monday, the Ducklings on Tuesday and then the Chicks on Thursday.

These first sessions will concentrate on settling the children into their new environment and for those who are returning from last year- we have made a few changes. We understand that starting Nursery can be daunting but we will endeavour to make the transition as smooth for you and your children as we can.

We will spend our time exploring, creating, singing lots of if familiar songs and rhymes as well as sharing our favourite stories. If your child has a favourite story do feel free to bring it in for us to read with them.

 

A few messages…

When you arrive for the week, please can we ask that you bring in a pair of wellies, a waterproof coat and spare clothes. Please ensure that all items are named, especially with them now wearing uniform- items can get mixed up easily if not named.

 

We will be having our lunch altogether in the Nursery so don’t forget to send your child in with a named lunchbox too.

We ask that you are mindful of what you put into your child’s lunchbox as other children may have allergies. Please do not add and Nuts or nut products (although they can be very healthy) This does include Nutella.

Please take a moment to read our Food Policy which can be found on the website for suggestions for what put into a healthy packed lunch.

 

If you have any queries at all don’t hesitate to talk to a member of staff at the gate or inside the Nursery.

 

We look forward to seeing you all next week and all the fun we will be having with you all throughout the year.

 

Sarah, Paula, Louise, Linzi and Charmaine.

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