Archive for July, 2013
We have now added a large interactive touch screen computer into our ICT area in the pre school room and the children absolutely love it. There are a large number of educational games for the children to carry out and this has become just as popular as our touch screen tablets. The ICT area is definitely one of the most popular areas within the room!
Our Worker Bee’s bathroom has now been refurbished. I am sure you will all agree it looks fantastic. Feel free to pop up and have a look, we have had some lovely ‘under the sea’ murals painted on the cubicle doors, the children are enjoying trying to find Nemo amongst the other sea life.
As most of you are aware, we now have a nursery mobile phone. This seems to be a big hit with the majority of parents. We will be using texting as one of the main forms of communication for little reminders, so please keep an eye out for these. If you have not received a text from me informing you of the nursery mobile number, this means the mobile number I have for you needs updating, so please text me on the following number to ensure that I have your current mobile telephone number. The nursery mobile number is: 07975822260
I am sure you will all be pleased to know that Julie & Tony have purchased a minibus. This will allow for more opportunities for the children to go on outings. We can only take 10 children out maximum at any one time so please understand that trips will be done on a rota system so all children will get an equal turn of going on trips. Please understand also that the minibus is for the use of our 3 sites, but we are aiming to use it as much as possible. With us being quiet over the summer we will have more of an opportunity to go on trips, but once we hit September we will be looking for parental involvement to assist us on certain trips. I will ask nearer the time to see if any of you are able to help us out.
A group of children from our Pre-School at Aigburth are very excited for our trip tomorrow. We will be travelling in our minibus to the World Museum in the city centre. The children are really looking forward to learning about the dinosaurs.
We held a graduation on Saturday 20th July for the children who are leaving us to go to ‘Big School’. The children looked so grown up in their ‘cap and gown’ and the parents were beaming with pride! We want to wish all of those children the best of luck for the future and look forward to seeing them come and visit in their new uniform.
I am excited to tell you all we have purchased a new Honey Pot mini bus! This means we can take the children on fun and exciting adventures!