19 Oct 2012

FS1 Week 42 2012

The children have had yet another busy week and are now becoming independent around the Setting. They are beginning to explore all of the areas and access the activities that are on offer, well done children!

Stay and Play: Fri 26 Oct will be our first Stay and Play. You are invited to join the children between 11.00 and 12.30hrs. You are welcome to stay as long as you like. If you only have half an hour to spare, why not come along for a little while, to find out what your child does during their time in the setting?
Lego Construction in FS1

There will be the first Golden Leaf Assembly at 12.15 hrs on Fri 26 Oct, where one child in each group receives a golden leaf for something special that they have done during the week. We look forward to seeing you there.

Snack Next Week: Snack has been very popular this week, especially the peppers and dips; yum yum! Next week, snack will be: cereals, fruit and custard, cheese and crackers, hot dogs and ham or cheese wraps with salad.

Extended Day Care (EDC): We currently have spaces for children to stay in EDC in the afternoons. If you would like to use EDC for your child, please ask for a form, or talk to Mrs. Durban for any further information. You can now download an EDC application form from the school website (right hand side), print it, fill it in and bring it into the Setting.

Can you help us? We are in desperate need of girls' and boys' socks. If you have any that your children have out-grown, please send them into the Setting. Thank you.

Half Term: We come back to school on Mon 05 Nov after the half term holiday. Are you going somewhere exciting? Why not take a photograph and attach it to a Rainbow Moment slip when you get back, telling us all about it.

 We are trying to collect information about the children in our Setting, for our Where in the World display. Please complete the slip in the Journal and send it into your child's key worker, so we can add the information to the display. Thank you.

If you have any worries or concerns, please feel free to contact us straight away. We are more than happy to help sort out any problems, big or small.