Pipers Newsletter

Pipers Newsletter Autumn 2019 

Nursery News

Parking - a reminder to please be courteous when parking at the back of nursery. Pull up as much as you can on our side of the path but be vigilant that children will be walking with their parents. Please be mindful that residents need to get their own parking bays on the opposite side.

Holiday Club - if you require your child to attend during the October half term, please get in touch with Helen and she will email an itinery. Places are limited and it is on a first come first served basis.

Outdoor Clothing - now the weather is wetter and colder please ensure your child brings suitable outdoor clothing - warm coats, wellies, waterproof suits, hats/gloves etc. We do access the outdoors whenever possible so appropriate clothing is a necessity. Also please ensure that all clothing is clearly labelled.

Grants - grants end on 18th October and start up again 28th October.

Macmillan Coffee Morning - this will be for a full week starting w/c 23rd September. All donations of cakes and biscuits are welcome and don't forget to treat yourself to a few.

Tapestry - we are moving our learning journals online and have been trialling Tapestry. Don't forget to have a chat with your keyperson for more information at your child's upcoming parents evening. 

Rainbows News 

We are going to do lots of messy placy activities for Halloween so be prepared.

Please ensure your child has plenty of spare clothes in their bag and clearly labelled.

Please can we try and limit bringing 1 dummy to nursery and putting it in your childs dummy pot as we seem to spend a lot of time looking for lost dummies.

Can you please bring lots of family photos for our family display board.

Sunflowers News 

Please try and refrain from bringing toys in from home as they get lost at nursery and we have upset children.

We are focusing on Autumn for the next few weeks so please feel free to contribute to this with Autumn items you have found at home or share your experiences with us. 

Please ensure your child has pletnty of spare clothes in their bag and they are clearly labelled.

Honeybees News 

Please inform us if parents are away on holiday, we need to know who to contact in case of an emergency. 

We are also focusing on Autumn for the next few weeks. We will be learning about change, the world around us and spending lots of time outside looking at the changes in weather. 

We enjoy looking at and reading books and would prefer these were brought into nursery instead of toys. 

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