On Thursday 26th September Tina & Shelly will be holding our autumn term parents as partners association meeting. This will give the parents an opportunity to meet with the Aigburth management team to discuss upcoming events within the nursery and to give parents the opportunity to bring ideas to us with regards to the running of the nursery and policies etc. I would be very grateful if some of you could attend. In order for me to make arrangements could you please text me (Tina) on 07975822260 to inform me if you will be able to attend.
Just a reminder that we do have navy polo shirts and draw string bags which feature the nursery logo, these are available to purchase. The tops start in age 2 and cost £8.00 and the bags are suitable for all ages and cost £4.50. Please speak to Tina or your child’s key person should you wish to place an order.
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome all of the new starters and their families to Honey Pot Aigburth. The children all seem to be settling in really well and we hope you all enjoy your journey here with us!
On Tuesday 1st October 2013, yoo photography will be returning to our Aigburth site to carry out the professional photo shoots of the children. Over the next few weeks the staff will be asking you to sign a consent form to give permission for your child to have their photograph taken. You do not have to buy the photo but your child WILL NOT be photographed unless you have given prior consent. We use Yoo photography each year and the photographs are always fantastic and they are great as Christmas presents for your family. If your child does not attend on Tuesdays you can still bring them in for the photo shoot, we ask you to bring your child in between 9:00 – 9:30am but please understand that you will have to stay with your child and you may be in a queue. You are more than welcome to bring siblings along for the photo shoot. If your child does attend nursery on Tuesdays and you have a specific outfit you would like your child photographed in, it may be best to put this outfit in a bag and the staff will change your child into their special outfit just before the shoot. If you require any further information please feel free to come and speak to me.
All of the children had their finger prints taken. The children were all very happy to meet the policeman and they had lots of fun trying on all of the items of uniform. They enjoyed having a chat with the policeman and learning about all of the very important jobs that he does. Lucca said ‘One day my gonna be a policeman’.