Newsletter 17 May 2019
What glorious weather we have had this week. We have loved playing outside sharing ice-pops and having water fights. Let’s hope it lasts for tonight’s summer fair.
Parental forms have been sent over the past week or two so your child’s keyworker and yourselves are able to share special moments of your child’s development. We ask if you could possibly tick the statements on your child’s checklist, of statements that they capable of doing at home and return to setting, signed as soon as possible. This is so that your child’s keyworker is able to mark off their development on their tracking sheets with the use of parental knowledge and able to produce accurate reports in time for assessments and transitions to primary school. Thank you.
Inside the children have been very creative this week. They have made models from boxes and loved having the paint out and exploring how colours change and talking about the textures of their supplies. We have seen binoculars, robots and buses to name but a few.
Thank you to those that have returned their school leavers trip replies and monies. There are still some outstanding can we ensure that they are in setting promptly so that we can organise the trip and staff accordingly.
Dates for your diary: We will be breaking up for the half term on Friday 24th May at 3pm and return Monday 3rd June at 9am for a seven week term.
Tonight is our school fair. We will be proceeding from 4pm and entrance will be through the green gates at the side of the preschool onto the big field. The entrance to the preschool will be closed and access through the small garden will be available for the toilets only. We hope that you all can make it and support raising funds for our preschool. Tonight sees a revamp to our usual BBQ where food will be supplied from Mr Roast and supported by catering vans providing toasties, ice-creams and cold and warm drinks. Stalls in attendance will be from big names such as Avon, Usborne Books and The Body shop as well as local companies such as Little Messy’s and Maisie Robins to name a few. Raffle prizes include food vouchers, family days out and a hairdressing experience as well as other goodies that will be up for grabs. There will be the regular stalls manned by the ladies such as tombola, the popular bottle stall and this year will be providing creative activities and face painting. Selby times will also be here taking pictures and writing up on the event.