Hello from Cuckoo Meadow. We have been invited to a leavers presentation at the church on Wednesday 18th July. Parents are also invited to attend the presentation and can meet us at the church at 2.00pm prompt. We will be taking all the children with us whether they will be leaving or not. If you have a leaving child who does not attend this session you are welcome to bring them along too.
We had our last Rugby Tots session this morning and Andy (the coach) told Mrs Harman that our children were the best behaved group he had taught around the county. So well done children we are very proud of you all.
Sadly we have been very disappointed with the amount of children who have returned their Smarties sponsor tubes. We have only received 11 packs out of a total of 31. This money along with voluntary contributions goes towards extra curricular activities such as Rugby Tots so please bring in your sponsor tubes if you have not already done so. Thank you.
That’s all for now.
Just a quick update on the end of term activities which we hope you have already written in your diary. We are planning on having a small raffle so if you have any unwanted bottles of wine or boxes of chocolates at home please could you bring them in on the last week of Pre-school.
We have only had a very small number of filled Smartie tubes which have been brought in so over the weekend please could you have a hunt for any £1 coins of 20p pieces which may have fallen down the back of the sofa or in Nanny or Grandads wallets because the children have been walking around the meadow every day and have put their heart and soul into it! Filled tubes and sponsor forms need to be returned to us by Friday 13th July.
Many thanks enjoy your weekend and good luck England!
The last day of term will be a Thursday 19th July. On Friday 20th July there will be no preschool sessions, however we will be holding a leavers presentation at 11.30 when we will be saying goodbye to all the children going to big school. Leavers parents are invited to stay for the presentation and then join us for a bbq tea, cakes and a small raffle afterwards so don’t forget to bring your money along to help boost preschool funds.
Non leaving children are also invited to come along to the bbq and should arrive after the presentation at 12.15 there will also be a bouncy castle so it should be a fun day for everyone please come and support us.
The fun afternoon will finish around 2.00 extended family are welcome to join us.
Hello from Cuckoo Meadow. Zoo Lab will be visiting preschool on Friday 15th June at 11 o’clock thanks to your voluntary contributions so if your child does not normally attend this session and you would like to bring in your son/daughter please come along and stay with them so they can take part in this activity.
Hello from Cuckoo Meadow. To celebrate the forthcoming royal wedding we will be holding a celebration lunch party on Friday18th May at 12.00 prompt. Children who would normally attend a Friday session should still bring along their normal lunch boxes but if your child does not attend preschool on a Friday you are welcome to come along with your child bring your lunch and your child’s and join in the celebrations. We will be making fairy cakes to have as a special treat so could you let us know if you would like to come along.
We would like to take a leavers photograph of our children going to big school in September so could you please let us know if you have any holidays planned to ensure everyone appears in the photo! Thank you.
That’s all for now enjoy the sunshine.
Hello again thank you to everyone who contributed to the happy bags to school we raised £161.
We forgot to tell you yesterday that we have arranged a parents evening on Thursday 24th May. Please book an appointment with your key worker next week spaces will be available from 6pm to 8pm.
Have a good weekend.
Hello from Cuckoo Meadow nearing the end of a very busy week.
We have had lots of visitors this week. First of all Karsten arrived with five lovely birds two of which the children were able to hold. This was a huge success and caused lots of excitement in preschool.
Our second visitor of the week was Laura who is a local vetinary nurse. Dudley the dog made a return visit and was once again bandaged by the children. Another fantastic opportunity for the children to learn all about what happens when their pets go to the vets!
Finally Oxley the cat, which belongs to Martha came to preschool He was very well behaved and let the children stroke him and give him treats. After a quick explore of the preschool room he was popped back into his basket somewhat reluctantly!
Please talk to your children about their experiences and share them with us on Tapestry.
This week we have also made traffic light sandwiches which the children ate for snack. We talked about the meaning of each colour and learnt that not all of our parents stop when the lights turn to red! This has been a great experience and he children have taken everything on board they have learnt.
Just a quick reminder that tomorrow we have our Happy Bags to School collection first thing in the morning so please ensure you bring in any clothes you have collected. Thank you.