Autumn is here and the children and staff have a very busy month ahead. The children will discuss the importance of harvesting food due to changes in the weather as well as exploring healthy eating. We will be learning all about the Hindu festival of light known as Diwali, dressing up for Halloween and celebrating Monkey Puzzle Aylesbury’s 1st birthday!!!
We regret to inform you that Gaby Grosz has decided to leave Monkey Puzzle due to commitments concerning her family life. We are sure you will join us in wishing her all the very best for the future. Also, sadly Victoria Sweet will be leaving us on the 19th October. We have a new member of staff starting with us called Daniella Fonea who is Level 3 qualified in Childcare, she has over 10years experience working with children. We also have a selection of candidates that we will be interviewing and discussing start dates with for the coming months.
As I am sure you are aware we recently had our eagerly awaited Ofsted inspection and the feedback we received was extremely positive. We are overwhelmed and extremely thankful for all the hard work and support the whole team has put in. Therefore we would like to invite you all to join us in a joint celebration of our Ofsted report, our 1st birthday and Diwali on Thursday 19th October between 9am-11am. We will have a range of fun activities, music and will also offer something yummy to eat.
We have recently helped to raise money for Jeans for Genes day and would like to thank everyone for their generous contributions. We raised £50.00 in total, which will help support research into a range of genetic conditions. Soon, we will be requesting our parents and the children to donate tins of food to the nursery for harvest, which we will be donating to a local food bank to help those less fortunate than ourselves.
We have also had a local community officer visit the nursery in his police car, which the children thoroughly enjoyed… (especially sitting in the front seat bibbing the horn!) They asked him some questions; tired on his police hat; listened to his sirens and looked at all the very important gadgets he has in order to keep everyone safe.
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