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Message from Head of Early Years

This week we celebrated Mother’s Day in Early Years.

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Some of the children in school made their mums presents or cards to say thank you for all their love and support. Next week we look forward to celebrating Children’s Day on Monday.

 

As the weather continues to get warmer it has been great to see the children enjoying the outside playgrounds. They have had lots of fun playing on bikes, drawing with chalk on the floor and role playing. Children of this age can play happily for hours outside not only at school but also at home. At home they can play with water, sand, paint, makeshift mud kitchens with old pots and pans. It can be as simple or elaborate as you like.

 

The number of children returning to the school campus continues to grow and we look forward to welcoming more children next week. I hope you are all well and have an enjoyable weekend.

 

Kay Parker-McMahon

Head of Early Years

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