Children were encouraged to make independent choices when deciding which topping to have in their pancakes and tasting them. They also used their imagination to create their own pancakes with playdough.
We enjoyed welcoming Santa to visit the children allowing them the opportunity to share their letters and wishes, they also visited the local postbox to send letters home. Decorate the Christmas tree, wear festive clothing and some children posted their bottles and dummies to Santa for the baby rein
Parents Letter January 2024 Welcome back 😊 We hope that you all had a lovely Christmas and wish you all a happy new year! Safeguarding All staff are safeguard trained and we have four staff that have designated safeguard training, it is our duty of care to record and report any concerns that we m
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