November Newsletter 2019
The Nursery Rhymes November Newsletter
Children say the funniest things
“You can keep me…I’m so proud of you”
“You ok Gemma? Had a good weekend?”
Staff, “Its dinner time let’s go go go” Child, tutting “Calm down I’m coming”
Fee Increase January 2020
Fees have not increased for nearly three years. However, due to increasing costs, fees will increase by £1.00 per session from January 2020. We are still very competitive, offering the best quality care and education for your children. New bills will be issued by the beginning of December for you to change standing orders etc. Many thanks for your support.
Pyjama Day for Children in Need
The children are all invited to come to Nursery wearing pyjamas on Friday 15th November. We will be making Pudsey ears, cupcakes, pasta jewellery and badges. Face painting, baked bean play and a sponsored obstacle course will be included into our day. Buckets will be available for anyone wishing to donate to this charity.
We would be grateful if everyone would ensure they arrive in time to collect their children and allow time for feedback and discussion with staff if required. Morning sessions are from 8.00 a.m. until 1.00 p.m. Afternoon sessions from 1.00 p.m. until 5.30 p.m. We do not staff to care for children outside of these hours, unless this is pre-booked. It is therefore important for the safety of all children that they are not on the premises outside of their booked session times. Many thanks for your cooperation in this matter.
Recipes for a great breakfast
Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day. After a night’s sleep your body needs fuel to start the day. The “Great Grub Club” website provides more information about the food children need and recipes/activities for you to enjoy together. For more information visit www.greatgrubclub.com.
If your child has had sickness or diarrhoea please keep them at home and off Nursery for at least 24 hours, or until the child is eating a normal diet. This will aid your child’s recovery and protect other children and adults from infection.
Babies and Bunnies
Supporting physical skills is this month’s focus. Activities will include dancing, action rhymes, copying simple movements e.g. “I’m a little teapot” Using small and large whole-body movements, soft play equipment, crawling under over and around. Ball and racket skills moving on balance beams are some of the activities the children will experience.
The children will be busy manipulating objects and formulating ideas. Play activities will include matching lids to the same coloured shape box, fastening bottle tops and traditional sorting peg puzzles. During singing and rhyme time we will miss out odd words and encouraging the children to fill in the gaps. The staff will step back and allow time for the children to solve puzzles and of course give a helping hand if required.
Fish and Hedgehogs
The children are becoming very self-confident and not shy in asserting their own views. This is welcomed but can compromise some social skills. November focus will be on personal and social development. Understanding that their own actions may affect other people. Activities will include, all about me bags, friendship bracelets, emotions etc.
Please call us: 01246 450354
Have a question?
If you have any questions please call us on 01246 450354 or fill out our enquiry form.