Graduation!

We are so proud of our big Nursery children who graduated today!

We have had such a good year and will miss you as you move on.

Congratulations and all the best for Primary one! We know you will love it 🙂

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Graduation

Just a quick reminder for all parents/carers of children moving onto p1 in August 2015.

You are all very welcome to join us for our annual graduation ceremony on Monday 29th of June at 2pm in the school hall.

Afternoon children – should attend nursery as normal that day.

Morning children (only those going to school in August) – should return to the nursery for 1.40pm sharp.

We hope to see as many parents/carers, friends and family members, join us for this very special occasion.

We envisage the ceremony lasting approx 1/2 an hour after which time all children can be collected from the nursery to go home.

See you there!

 

Scholastic Book Fair…

Next week we will be hosting a book fair and we would love you to visit! The Book Fair will be open from 3:00pm-4:00pm on Tuesday 16th, Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th June. In addition to this, all classes will have the opportunity to visit the Book Fair and buy a book if they wish on Wednesday 17th June. Children should bring some money in with them if they wish to purchase a book on this day. 🙂

Our trip to Abriachan…

First I would like to say a BIG thank you to all the parents/caregivers who came along to help out. We couldn’t have done it without you!

Everyone had such a wonderful day!

We had great fun following the rainbow birds feather trail. It gave the parents and teachers a great work out as we joined in with the children; star jumping, giant stepping, tip toeing and ‘swimming’ our way from feather to feather until we finally spotted the rainbow bird sitting on her nest!

We found lots of other creatures on our adventures round the forest too. We peered into the water to see what might be lurking there, getting a close look at a newt one of the ladies had caught earlier.

While pond dipping we found teeny tiny fish, pond skaters and all sorts of other minuscule creatures.

Not only that, we enjoyed a story and hand puppets up in the mud hut before exploring its bridge, stairs and poles, not to mention the super cool secret tunnel!

Then after a delicious picnic lunch we finished off the day in the fabulous park. A great time was had running, jumping, balancing, swinging, sliding and climbing our way around the equipment before we headed exhausted to the buses.

What a fabulous day! Check out the photos…

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