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Newsletters

Archived Newsletters are below

  • Term Dates 2019
  • Learning Intentions - Spring 2019
  • Easter Egg Colouring /Decorating Competition
  • New Term Newsletter - January 2019
  • Extended Hours Provision

Term Dates 2019

Spring Term 2019

Tuesday 8th January – Friday 15th February (6wks)

Half Term/Holiday Club Monday 18th February to Friday 22nd February

Tuesday 26th February – Friday 5th April (6 wks)

 

Easter Break/Holiday Club

Monday 8th April – Thursday 18th April

Good Friday - 19th April (Closed)

Easter Monday – 22nd April (Closed)

 

Summer Term 2019

Tuesday 23rd April – Friday 24th May (5 wks)

May Day – Monday 6 May (Closed)

Half Term/Holiday Club Monday 27th May – Friday 31st May

Bank Holiday Monday 27th May (Closed)

Monday 3rd June – Friday 19th July (7 wks)

 

Summer Break/Holiday Club

Monday 22nd July – Tuesday 3rd September

Monday 2nd September – Inset day (Closed)

Tuesday 3 September – Inset day (Closed)

 

Autumn Term 2019

Wednesday 4th September – Friday 25th October (7 wks)

Half Term/Holiday Club Monday 28th October to Friday 1st November

Monday 4th November – Thursday 19th December (7wks)

 

Inset Days

Please note a change to the term dates:

Monday 25th February 2019 – Closed for staff training

 

Correct at time of printing – may be subject to change          

What we are Learning at Young Discoverers

 Date:  Spring 2019               

Community interest:  Spring; Chinese New Year; Valentine’s Day; Mother’s Day; Easter

 

Communication and Language: Listening and attention

22-36 – Listens to recognises, responds and shows an interest in sounds, speech, songs and rhymes

30-50 – Focusing attention from their own activity onto an activity offered by an adult

What we can do:

Show how you listen to your child by repeating back what they have said in your response to them.

Say your child’s name to gain their attention

Share rhymes, books and stories with your child in their home language

Explain why it is important to pay attention when other are speaking.

 

Literacy – Reading

22-36 Fills in the missing word or phrase of familiar rhymes, stories or games.

 

What we can do:

Read stories that children already know, pausing at intervals to encourage them to ‘read’ the next word, Eg  ‘Humpty Dumpty sat on a …’

Maths: Shape

22-36 Notices simple shapes and patterns

30-50 Shows an interest in shape and space by playing with shapes or making arrangements with objects.

30-50 Know that numbers identify how many objects are in a set.

30-50 Begin to represent umbers using fingers

What we can do:

Draw children’s attentions to patterns and shapes in everyday objects ie oblong lorry, square window. Encourage children to talk about the shapes they see and what they have constructed.

Count as often as you can with your child; you can count stairs, food, plates, jumps etc.  Match each number with an object or show the number on your fingers.

 

 

 

PSE: Making Relationships

22 – 36 Shows affection and concern for people who are special to them

30 – 50 Demonstrates friendly behaviour and forms good relationships with peers and familiar adults

 

What we can do:

Help children to join in and take turns.  Model ways of noticing how others are feeling and how to comfort and help others.  Help children to name and talk about feelings and emotions – happiness, sadness, anger

Understanding the world: The World

Developing an understanding of growth, decay and changes over time.

 

What we can do:

Talk about what you see on your way to pre-school, around the shops, in town or at the park.  Use lots of describing words.

 Tell your key worker of any special interests your child has

 

How you can Help:

  • If you have any shallow garden containers/dust bin lids that we can make into bird baths
  • Bird feeders/feeding station
  • Please arrange with your Key Person or the office if you or a family member would like to come in and read a book in your home language to the children.
  • Parent volunteers for outings – Keep an eye out for notices of visits and return the parental permission form
  • Please arrange with your Key Person to share your talents and skills with us ie playing a musical instrument, dancing, gardening, etc

Dear Parents/Carers

We are holding an Easter Egg Colouring/Decorating Competition at Young Discoverers.

To take part please include 50p with your child’s decorated egg. Please write their name on the back of their entry and return it to us by 1st April 2019.

Money raised will go towards new resources for the pre-school.

The prize will be an Easter Egg, the winner will be announced on Thursday 4th April.

Good Luck

Sarah Redmond-Taylor

Pre-school Practioner

Dear Parents/Carers                                                                           

A warm welcome, for the Spring Term, to all our new and returning families from Young Discoverers.  We trust you had a Blessed and Happy New Year and that you enjoy the term ahead.

30 Hours funding for working parents – a reminder that you need to renew your code every 6 weeks, please renew your code before the end of term to claim for the Summer Term even if you have not claimed any funding yet. Go to www.gov.uk/childcarechoices

To help us reduce our carbon foot print and reduce costs we will be posting all our newsletters on our website.  You can find us at www.youngdiscoverers.co.uk

Nursery Applications

Please keep an eye on the notice board for the Nursery application dates, I will post them as soon as they come out. Young Discoverers run a Nursery Class with Forest School.  If you would like to remain with us for your Nursery Year please speak to me in the office.

Extended Care:

To help you with your childcare arrangements we run a Breakfast/Early Bird Drop Off in the mornings from 8.00am. If you need help at the end of the day we provide a Tea Time Club between the hours of 3.00 and 6.00 pm.  If you need help keeping your child occupied during the school holidays try our Holiday Clubs where the children enjoy Forest Schools, cooking and outings.  Please talk to Sarah or Karen about booking.

Urgent - Allergy / Illness Awareness

  • Please inform the office when your child is absent from pre-school.
  • The office must be informed of any child with allergies or medication needs. No medication will be administered without written consent.
  • Please be aware we require a 48 hour absence from preschool following sickness and/or diarrhoea to prevent the spread of infections.
  • Please let a member of staff know if your child has been given Calpol (or any medication) before coming to pre-school.  If your child is unwell and has a persistent temperature please keep them at home.
  • We have a number of SEVERE food allergies this year.  Please do not bring nuts or anything containing nuts into the building or in lunches including Nutella and peanut butter.

 

Security and Access

Please be aware that mobile phones and cameras are not to be used in this building.  Please do not take photographs at any time or make or receive calls when dropping off and picking up your child. Please make sure the main building door, electric gate and small side gate are shut behind you as they provide security for your children and those of other parents (ensure your child is supervised at all times whilst in your care).

Car Park/drop-off area

All families please be alert when using the drop off parking area, children need to be supervised at all times. No extended parking at any time. 

Term Dates: Please see our website for term dates to the end of December 2019.

What we are Learning: We have an exciting autumn term planned for you.  Home Learning ideas and ‘Wow’ stars are available on the Planning Board for you to take home.  Please see attached what we are learning at Young Discoverers this term and how you can help. 

Please remember that we are here to help your child gain the most enjoyment and skills from attending Young Discoverers, if you have any questions feel free to speak to us.

Thank you for your support,

Karen Keene   

Manager of Young Discoverers Pre-School

 

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