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A few more wedding photos…

Mrs Cooke has just sent me a few more photographs from when the choir sung at her daughter’s wedding. Esther Wild has caught the childrens faces so brilliantly watching the champagne Cork pop, the concentration on their faces as they sang is amazing.

Posted in Nursery and Day Care Centre Messages

December Nursery Dates for your Diary

The end of term is fast approaching, and the Christmas festivities will be under way from next week. Here’s what we have planned in Nursery:

On Friday 14th December from 1pm until 2.45pm we would like to invite parents and children to our open afternoon. These have become a regular occurrence at the end of every half term, and the feedback from parents has been positive. For this particular one, we invite all children and parents to wear their Christmas jumpers (if you have one) and we invite you into nursery to listen to the Christmas Nativity story being read and the Children will show off their singing skills (hopefully!!) We will also have some Christmas craft activities for you to join in with alongside your children, and also you can catch up with your key workers about the development of your child. If your child does not normally attend on a Friday afternoon, you are more than welcome to come into nursery with them too.

On Tuesday 18th December (this is the last day of term) the nursery will be CLOSED to all children from 12pm. For this afternoon, we would like to invite you to bring your children along to North Elmham Church to join the school children and staff for their annual Christmas Carol Service. On that note, we have a very special, but also sad announcement to make now that the key families who Mel works with in nursery have been individually informed. Our long standing nursery assistant Mel, after 24 years working with this team will be leaving us at the end of this term on Tuesday 18th December. Therefore, we hope as many of you as possible could join the Christmas carol Service, where we can say a special goodbye to Mel, and to thank her for all of her hard work and dedication over the years, we certainly feel that she deserves a medal after so many years of making a difference in so many children’s lives. (Make sure you bring a tissue!)

If you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to contact any of the nursery team