To show our respect for remembrance, children were invited to wear something red to represent poppies. Toddlers decorated biscuits and created their own poppy pictures, preschool made a poppy field tuff tray for children to explore hiding and finding and planting.
It was lovely to invite parents and carers to our Halloween stay and play morning. Children participated in decorating biscuits, making lanterns, exploring using their senses, creating their own pumpkins and spiders and reciting the room on the broom story.
5 top tips for keeping safe at Halloween: Fancy dress costumes are highly flammable! When choosing a Halloween costume it is important that we consider and act appropriately to reduce the risk of harm. Be visible! Visibility is always important and we need to consider the time of year, ensuring cost
We would like to encourage all parents/carers to access our book library with their children. By reading to your child, even before they are able to communicate verbally, you help to lay the neurological groundwork for effective language use and literacy. Reading aloud and sharing books with your ch
11/09/23 Parents Letter September 2023 Welcome back 😊 We hope that you all had a lovely summer and would like to welcome all of our new starters to Jack in the box. Safeguarding All staff are safeguard trained and we have three staff that have designated safeguard training, it is our duty
We have been enjoying the lovely weather, spending some time outdoors. We have been splashing and paddling, bug hunting, balancing, digging, building and much more. Preschool also enjoyed a visit to the local park, swinging, sliding and climbing. They have also been practising sun safety and skills
The children have been using their own ideas to create Father’s Day cards for their loved ones. Toddlers have used the paint to make their own marks and preschool have been using different media and materials to decorate theirs. Our school leavers have been practicing how to hold a pencil correctl
Safeguarding Please ensure that children are presented appropriately, this includes, good personal hygiene for example; clean face and nose, brushed hair, clean and cut nails, good oral health, fresh nappy on arrival. In addition to this, they should be dressed appropriately for nursery and have eve