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We will be closed for two weeks in the Summer. The last day of Summer Term is Friday 18th August and we reopen after two weeks on Monday 4th September 2017. Children who leave to go to primary school are not charged for this two week holiday.
You will be given various dates in the May newsletter about our forthcoming summer events. These promise to be great fun.
Please note that the nursery will be closed on Monday May 1st for the Bank Holiday. We reopen on Tuesday May 2nd.
We ask all parents and carers to cover their shoes with plastic over shoes or to take off their shoes at the door of the Poppies Room. This is to protect the young babies in the room and especially the ones who are not yet walking. We thank you for your cooperation in this.
Please do not park for longer than necessary in front of the Nursery as this will help with the continual flow of picking up and dropping off your children. It will also avoid parking in front of our neighbours’ drives which of course makes them very cross.
We ask that you close the front door firmly when you arrive or leave even if someone is waiting. This is to maintain security as you may be admitting a complete stranger. Please do not be offended therefore if someone closes the door and prevents you from entering. Our priority is keeping your children safe.
We will close at 12.00 p.m. on Friday December 23rd and reopen at 8.00 a.m. on Tuesday January 3rd 2017.
Father Christmas will be visiting us on Tuesday December 20th at 2.15 p.m. Please dress your children ready for a party as it will be party day as well! We ask parents to bring in a ready wrapped present for your child with their name on it. Please bring in small gifts, do not bring in large gifts as they are too difficult for us to handle.
We are greatly looking forward to celebrating Christmas with our children and parents. Here are the dates for your diaries:
Monday 31st October is a non-uniform day. Children can dress up as pumpkins or wear autumn-coloured clothes. We do not celebrate Hallowe’en because it offends many parents and carers and also because children can be scared of witches. We will hold our Autumn Celebration Assembly during the morning and each class will perform a song and a poem for their friends.