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Seasons come, seasons go

Dear parents,

The children had such a great week exploring stick man last week. They painted, ordered stick man by size and much more. 


This week we move onto our book ‘Seasons come,  seasons go’ where we will continue to look at how the seasons change and all that they bring.


The children are hard at work learning our nativity songs ready for the 11th Dec at 10.30. We would like to ask that ALL children who are not normally in that day are dropped off by 10am that morning so we can get them ready for the performance. Please let us know if your child cannot attend. Costumes will be sorted out very soon so we will let you know if your child needs anything specific but we have most of it here at preschool. 

Christmas Fayre

The annual village hall Christmas fayre will be taking place on Saturday 25th November 2-4pm. Please come along and have a browse at all of the lovely things on offer. 

Julie’s retirement 

As you all know our lovely Julie is retiring at Christmas. We would like to make a special book of memories and photos from families past and present. Please see a member of the team for a piece of paper if you would like to contribute. 

Party time

We will be finishing off the term with a Christmas party on Friday 15th Dec. For any children not normally in that day you are very welcome to bring your child in for the party and leave them with us. Time to be confirmed. We will pop a list of party food on the door soon for you to sign up for.

Thank you 

Have a great week everybody!

Only 4 weeks left of term and almost time to get Christmassy! 

Leanne and team 

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