February 2020 Newsletter Monday,Feb 10, 2020 | 12:02 PM
All children have had a great beginning to the year, they will be starting their new topics this month and we will be including real life learning experiences for them.
We will be starting up sessions with Super star sport again in the next couple of weeks, they will be providing the children with a variety of sports sessions each term including football, rugby, multi sports and much more!
Firstly, we would like to welcome Florence into the Pear room, she has settled well and is already making great friendships. The children in Pear room have been showing an interest in animals and will focusing on this as their topic for this month. They will be learning to recognise the animals, their sounds and will exploring this through some exciting tuff tray activities.
The children in Plum room have been enjoying learning about ‘People who help us,’ they will be taking part in lots of activities around the Emergency services and developing their role play area into different themes to support their learning. The children have already created a beautiful display of artwork and have already started fixing cars in their new garage!
Cherry and Orange children would like to welcome Eva, Patrick and Alex to their rooms, the children have enjoyed getting involved in learning about Space with their new friends. The children have created their own paper maché planets ready to create a space themed role play area. The children have been excited to learn about where they live and making comparisons between the size and colour of the planets.
Cherry and Orang children will also be focusing on their book of the month
‘Elmer’ where they will be learning about similarities and differences.
What do you feel the nurseries strengths are?
Do you think there are any improvements the nursery could make? If yes, what are they?
Do you know who your child’s key person is?
Do you feel satisfied with the variety of food on our menus?
Are you happy with the communication between staff and parents? How do you prefer to receive notices? (e.g. Emails, letters, Tapestry)
Any other comments?
September 2020 Newsletter Tuesday,Sep 15, 2020 | 02:09 PM
“Firstly, we would like to say a big thank you to you all for your continued support and patience over the last 6 months. It is because of your generosity and kindness that we have been able to continue to operate and grow as a setting! We are so pleased to have so many children return and join the setting and are back running (almost) as normal.”READ MORE
““I am very pleased with the improvements my child is making specially with their speech, she is learning so many new things at the Pre-school, the staff are very nice and welcoming I am very happy with the Rising stars Pre-school.””
““My child has really enjoyed her time at your nursery most than any other nursery as she has attended a few, you have done a lot of positive work with my child and I will forever be grateful and remember this positive time working with your nursery; Rising Stars Pre-school, I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for having us and for all your outstanding work.””
“"Thank you all so much for looking after my child for 3 enjoyable years. She has had a fantastic time, and talks about you all the time."”
“"I currently have my son at this pre-school and I think it was my best choice. My son can be very difficult sometimes, and without the support of his key worker and manager, I would be lost. They are helping us in every sense, very good advise and working together (at home and pre-school) is excellent!!! We can notice the big improvement. All the staff are very professional and caring. "”
“"Overall, we absolutely love this pre-school. Words can’t express our gratitude and appreciation for all the hardworking staff at Rising Stars!!! Highly recommended."”
“"I currently have twins within this pre-school. They are both Autistic and they can be very much hard work but the SENCO who is also the twins' key worker never fails to smile or teach them something new. They are both very toilet trained and are talking a little bit more every day. She has helped them eat by themselves, drink by themselves, ask for things and even be nice and say 'I love you', words I never thought I would hear."”
“"My children are both non-verbal and have meltdowns regularly but their key worker seems to just know them and there needs, she is always there if I need her and is always willing to help to make sure they get the best start in life. I see my children extremely happy and improving every day."”
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