Topic of the month
This month our topic is “People who help us”. The children will be learning about various people in our community that work to help others.
To support the children’s learning we will be having a few members of the Police force visiting the nursery on Friday 10th February 2017. We have also arranged for some members of the Fire service to come in and visit on Thursday 16th February 2017.
As addressed in previous newsletters, parents/carers are politely reminded not to let anyone into the building!! In the event of exiting the building parents are requested to ensure the door is firmly closed behind them, not allowing ANYONE entry. Even if they are known to you, parents/ careers are not permitted to allow others access to the building. This is for the safety of your own child as well as other children. We have CCTV cameras installed around the building and know when you are waiting. We kindly request parents/carers are patient and we will allow you entry as soon as possible.
Polite reminders: Re clothing
We would like to remind parents to please label your child’s clothing. This helps to ensure that clothing does not go missing or taken home by another parent etc.
We would like to also request you provide sufficient spare clothing for your child on a daily basis.
We are asking for donations of spare clothing. If anyone has any children’s clothes that they no longer need we would greatly appreciate them.
Although Spring is fast approaching it is still very cold. We would like to remind parents to provide appropriate outdoor wear for your child during the cold weather. Parents are advised to provide a ‘wet suit’ for your child if you are concerned about them going outside as it is a requirement for children to go out in all weathers to get some fresh air and exercise. Furthermore, you do not catch a cold from being outside so as long as children are suitably dressed they will benefit health wise and developmentally from going out.
Thank you for all the interest for our Phonics Training evening. Unfortunately, we no longer have any spaces left.