Welcome to the Spring Term 2019.
We have a number of forthcoming events taking place and wanted to share these with you.
World Book Day:
World Book Day will be taking place on Wednesday 6th March. As always, we will be encouraging children (and staff!) to dress up as their favourite book character and to make a £1 donation please. Oscar’s café will also have an offer to receive a free hot drink when you purchase a child’s lunchbox.
Healthy eating displays:
We are currently promoting healthy eating across the centre including in Early Years, please take the time to have a look at our display outside the classrooms. We are focusing on making the right choices of healthy foods, the importance of exercise, dentistry and looking after our teeth and baby weaning.
Preschool’s visits to Whitegates:
Our visits to Whitegates nursing home will recommence on Tuesday 12th March and will include sessions with Pedro the music man and also meeting Dennis again who is now 103!
We’re looking at the importance of reading books to children and this will be a continuous project throughout this term. Please can we ask for your contributions by emailing some photos of you reading to your children for us to use on our display. Please email these to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are very excited to share with you our first nearly new sale! This will be held on Saturday 2nd March 2019, 10am until 12pm. Tables are available for a small charge of £5 and the donation of a raffle prize. Oscar’s café will be selling some delicious refreshments including coffee, cakes and breakfast baps.
If you would like to book a table please contact reception on 01885488495 or email@example.com.
This event has been organised in partnership with one of our Early Years parents Steph King and we can’t wait to see you all there!
We will be holding a bingo on Friday 12th April at the Public Hall, Bromyard. Please pop the date in your diary and come and support a really fun evening! We would also be very grateful of any prize donations.
All fundraising events held by The HOPE Centre help the charity to raise money for local children and families, including the Early Years department.
Rachel Cross and Charlotte Hodges– Early Years Management