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Halloween Newsletter


Monthly Theme

The theme for the rest of the month of October is ‘Halloween’ – beginning Wednesday 12th October.  We will have a Halloween Table in each classroom, so please help your child to bring something Halloween related in from home.  (All items will be returned at the end of the month)


Please note – There will be a lot of art activities using black paint this month, and the dough and water will also be black – so please be aware of this when choosing your child’s clothes for school. Black paint will stain clothes and although aprons are always provided, accidents can happen.



Songs and Rhymes


Halloween is Coming                                           Five Currant Buns


The Witches of Halloween                                    The Wheels on the Bus


Pumpkin Song                                                     Little Miss Muffet


Spooky Rhyme                                                    More Nursery Rhymes


(Remember, words to the above songs and rhymes will be in your child’s library for you to practice every night)

Dinner Routine

The majority of the children are coping well with the dinner routine and are willing to try food that they may not have had before. You can help by ensuring that your child sits at the table at home at meal times and uses a fork to feed him/herself. They are not expected to be able to cut food, but they can learn with our help.  Two children help the staff to serve out the dinner each day – these are the ‘Helpers’ – a very important and sought-after job! The names of the Helpers will be displayed on the classroom windows so that you will know when it is your child’s turn.  Please point your child’s name out in the morning – this is another way that children learn to recognise their own names and the names of their friends.



Language Development

The Halloween Theme will provide an opportunity for the staff to extend the children’s language – for example, the Water Tray becomes ‘a witch’s cauldron’ and we talk about all the types of creatures that a witch would put into it.  This is all done in a fun way so that children will not be frightened.  Some of the Key words that the children will be learning are: Witch; wizard; cauldron; spooky; pumpkin; skeleton; ghost; bat; spider; web; cloak; fireworks; black cat; broomstick; spell; crescent moon and abracadabra! Take Time to talk about our Halloween decorations and the children’s art work. As you will have noticed from the display in the porch the Story of the Month is ‘Meg and Mog’.  Each child will have a turn to receive the story book – again read this story to your child every night. You will also get a laminated newsletter with ideas to help to get more out of the story.

Parents from both classes are welcome to come into Mrs. Woods’ class at 1.00pm each day to watch a ‘Storytime’. You may also visit Mrs. O’Doherty’s class to see a song and rhyme session. We ask that you observe quietly and do not try to catch your child’s attention.


Getting Ready to Learn

The school has been very fortunate to receive money from the Department of Education to fund some parent engagement projects. Our first theme will be launched in early November and is called ‘The Big Bedtime Read.’ The aim of the project is to support parents in sharing books with their children at home which has been proven to improve reading outcomes for children in their futures. We will run parent information sessions, demonstrations and provide you with packs of books you can borrow to read to your child. Over the next six months we will also cover the themes around Child Development, Healthy Children and Helping Your Child Learn at home. I really look forward to your participation and making the sessions as enjoyable and beneficial as possible.



If your child cannot put on his/her own coat yet please practice this at home.

The weather is getting colder so make sure your child has a coat everyday – we only use the school coats when it’s really wet.


Halloween Party 

There will be a Fancy Dress Party for each class on Wednesday 26th   October.  Usual Class times will apply. All the children should come to school in fancy dress and the staff will dress up too.  Some children don’t like dressing up – if this happens you should bring the child’s costume with you – when they see everyone else dressed up they might put the costume on.







Parent / Teacher Meetings

There will be two opportunities for you to meet with your child’s teacher this year – October and February. You will also receive a report in June before your child’s transition to Primary school.  The October meeting will inform you of how your child is settling in and will give you an opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have.  We aim to see every parent before Halloween.  Mrs Woods and Mrs O’ Doherty will arrange the times of these meetings with their parents.  (Please remember that you can arrange to talk to your child’s teacher at any time during the year should the need arise.)



Principals’ Meetings

Mrs Woods may have to attend various meetings during the year, but there will be a teacher employed to cover for her.  The children will always be told when this will happen.


Halloween Holidays

The school will be closed to the children on Thursday 27th October and will re-open on Wednesday 2nd November.



Extended School

The Extended school programme will start on Monday 7th November. Mrs Woods and Mrs O’ Doherty will explain how this will work to all parents at the parent/teacher meetings. This programme has been running successfully in the school for quite a few years now. Parents must remember that it may not suit all children to stay longer in school. The most important thing is that the children are happy from 8.45am - 1.15pm, and parents should accept the advice of the class teacher on this issue. You will find the programme on the back of this Newsletter.


October Birthdays

Birthday photographs will be displayed in the hall and the photo given to the child’s parents at the end of each month.




                             Amelia Harkin               4th


                             Abigail McClafferty     6th





Bligh’s Lane Nursery School


September / October







The Staff would like to welcome all the parents and children and wish them a very happy year in Bligh’s Lane Nursery School. 

Each month you will receive a newsletter like this one, which will inform you about school events, visitors, and the areas of the curriculum that we will focus on with the children.  It is a good idea to keep your newsletter in a prominent place as a reminder.  It will also be displayed on the Parents Notice Board (located in the Hall between the two classrooms).


Meet the Staff…

Mrs Woods’s Classroom:                  Mrs O’ Doherty’s Classroom:

Mrs Meehan: Nursery Assistant       Miss McGilloway: Nursery Assistant

Miss Henry: Classroom Assistant     Miss Fullerton: Language Support Assistant

Mrs Walsh: Special Needs Assistant       



Miss Fullerton: Breakfast Club Assistant and Extended Schools Assistant

Mrs Harkin: Dining Attendant

Mrs Mc Cready: Secretary

Mrs Doherty: Caretaker / Cleaner                                                                        



Theme for the Month (September – Mid- October)

This month’s theme is ‘Getting to Know You’. We spend a lot of time this month getting to know each other – staff, children and parents.  Parents can help by talking to their child about his/her teacher’s name and that of her assistant and by giving us as much information as possible about their child so that we can best meet the children’s needs. 


Settling – Procedure

We depend on parents’ support and co-operation during this month.  We would remind you that our settling in method is for the benefit of the children and that they are our main priority at all times. 

The gradual increase of times ensures that the children are happy and secure, and anxious to come to school every day! It is essential that your child is collected on time at the end of each session.











Songs and Rhymes     


This month the children will be learning a selection of nursery rhymes and songs, some of which they may already know.  Learning and reciting nursery rhymes is a vital step in preparation for reading, so you can help by setting some time aside each evening to repeat these with your child:                                    



- Incy Wincy Spider                         - Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear

- Baa, Baa, Black Sheep                   - Humpty Dumpty

- Two Little Dicky Birds                    - Name Song

- Hickory Dickory Dock                     - The Elephant

- Hey Diddle Diddle                           - Twinkle Twinkle Little Star


(Copies of the words of the songs and rhymes will be in your child’s library bag. The children like to call this their ‘homework’!)



School Dinners

Dinner will begin on Thursday 29th September. Some children may not be ready to stay for dinner by this date (many nurseries don’t start dinner until after Halloween) and if this is the case, your child’s teacher will discuss this with you. It is vitally important that each child is well settled before experiencing the dinner routine.   Parents need to be sure they have contacted the Education Authority (EA) if they think they are entitled to Free Meals – the number is: 02882 411 237.  The cost for everyone else is £2.40 per day payable on a Monday (£12.00 per week but this may increase in October). If a child is absent the dinner money will be refunded. Dinner money MUST always be brought on time in an envelope, money bag etc with the child’s name on it – CORRECT CHANGE IS ESSENTIAL - as the secretary lodges it in the bank straight away to be sent to the EA. This is important because the staff do not have time to find change for you during class times - once the children come in to the classroom we have to see to their needs.                                    


Snack Money

Your child’s snack money is £2.00 per week payable on a Monday – give the snack money to your child to bring in to us – they love that responsibility.  The snack money also covers the cost of school trips and parties etc. We would also use this money to contribute to the cost of flowers if there was bereavement in a child’s or member of staff’s family etc.  If you do not agree to money being used in this way please inform a member of staff. Your child will have fresh milk, water and a selection of breakfast foods (a choice of toast, fruit, yoghurt, cereal, eggs etc.), daily. Please let us know your child has any food allergies.                                                                                           



Library Bags                                                                                             

You will not normally be asked to pay for lots of things in this school, but we do need you to pay for your child’s Library Bag which will be yours to keep at the end of the year. Each child will be able to choose a school library book to take home every week – again, to encourage the development of reading skills.  We have ordered special waterproof bags for the children to carry their library book to and from school.  The cost of this bag is £2.00 payable by the end of the month please.                                                            



We ask that all parents donate a box of tissues every term. As you can imagine, we use lots of tissues especially during the winter and would be grateful for your cooperation with this request.


Health and Safety

When children come together for the first time no matter how hard we try “bugs” start emerging and often we have bouts of vomiting and diarrhoea. If your child has been sick at home you must not bring him/her into school for at least 24 hours after the last episode, otherwise the infection will spread to other children and maybe even the staff.  If your child has not slept overnight it is unfair to bring them into school – even if they say they want to – as he/she will not be able to cope with a busy nursery day without adequate sleep. If your child is sick in school we will ring you to come and collect him/her.

Luckily, last year we had no incidents of hair infection but it is important that you check your child’s hair on a weekly basis – remember head lice are attracted to clean hair. Long hair should always be tied back.


Please read the following carefully:                       


Contact Numbers        

It is essential that staff have contact numbers for all parents in case of an emergency.

We require three telephone numbers for all children. Mobile phones should never be turned off during the day if your child is at nursery. You must inform us immediately if you change any of your telephone numbers.


Colour Groups

We operate a ‘Colour Group System’ in the school.  Each class is divided in half randomly, for ease of organisation.  When the children will soon receive new name badges in the colour of their group (their library bags will also be this colour). 


Security System

We have had a security system installed for your child’s protection and for disabled access.  The inside door will be open 15 minutes before the beginning, and before the end of each session.  When arriving at the school  you should press the button located beside the inside door to gain access – there are monitors in each classroom to enable the staff to admit you to the school.  Please only press the button ONCE, and allow time for the staff to answer and admit you.


Block Play Area

The area outside the two classrooms is called the Block Play Area.  All the children will use this area daily during the year, but only when parents have gone and the security system is switched on.  It is dangerous for the children to play with the toys in this area BEFORE class starts – this will be explained to the children, so please do not allow them to play with the toys along the floor.  There will be books and jigsaws available for you to share with your child while you wait. 


Parents’ Library

We have also purchased some books about child development and health for parents to borrow.  The value of reading is strongly emphasised in this nursery, therefore it is important for you not only to read to your child every day, but for him/her to see you reading regularly.  Please feel free to borrow these books and let us know what you think of them! The books are located near the children’s sofa and chairs in the hall.


Child Protection

Child Protection information for Parents has also been displayed in the hall near the children’s sofa and chairs. It is very important that you read all of this information.


Safety in the Car Park – Reminders.                                                   

Please remember to hold your child’s hand when entering and leaving the school grounds – in case a vehicle should enter the car park.  The staff will explain this to the children and will also explain that they must never climb on to the wall to walk along it.  Parents’ cars / taxis are not permitted to drive into the car park.


Summer and September Birthdays                                                                                                 

Happy Birthday to:                                   


JULY BIRTHDAYS:   Paige Clarke: 7th       Daniel Hazlett: 12th

                             Cayla O’Hagan: 21st                                              


AUGUST BIRTHDAYS:  Éimhear Kelly: 2nd   Faye Kelly: 4th

                                  Emily Tyre: 10th   Georgia-Leigh Mc Cann:18th

                                  Kadie Gilmour: 17th     Blaine Rodgers: 23rd

                                  Conchur Óg Harkin: 29th  Faye Kelly: 29th

                                  Hannah Porter: 31st   


SEPTEMBER BIRTHDAYS:  Ava-Lily McIntyre: 4th   

                                       Ava-Therese Harkin-Gillespie 16th

                                        Kieran McMonagle 26th


Each child will have his/her Birthday celebrated in school with a small cake which is shared with the children in the class.





Bligh’s Lane Nursery School

        June Newsletter


Monthly Theme

The theme for this month is ‘Summer / Beach’.  The children can bring anything ‘beach related’ for our Interest table as it will help to develop new vocabulary. We will also be learning about pirates – so if you have anything at home related to pirates, please bring it in to school.


Songs and Rhymes 

- Lets all go to the Seaside          - The Sun

-  I See Sea Shells                      - Wiggle My Toes

-  One, Two, Three, Four, Five     - The Crab

-  Row, Row, Row, your boat        - One-Eyed Jack

-  The Big Ship Sails                     - A Sailor went to Sea, sea, sea



Science and Mathematics

The children will be learning about sea-life creatures and their environment and this will also include observing patterns.  We will be investigating the effects of water on different materials and substances e.g. sand, flour, sugar, coffee, etc.  The children will also be exploring the shapes, textures and patterns of different types of shells and stones.


The World Around Us

We will be talking about ‘treasure maps’, learning how to draw a ‘map’, about who would use them; about ‘Islands’, what they look like, what you would find on them and what shape they would be etc.


Sports Day                                                                          

We had a great day on Sports Day and we want to thank all of you for the contributions you made to the ‘shop’ and ‘cafe’ and for the amount you have raised for school funds. Thank you all so much for your generosity. So far we have raised over £1100! If anyone still has sponsor money to bring in, please do so as soon as possible so that we can let everyone know about the final total. Also, thanks to all the parents who were able to take part in the races – this meant so much to the children.


Come Dine with Me / Come Play with Me! (Your last chance!)

Don’t forget that you can still spend a day in the classroom with your child or come in and have dinner with us. Speak to your child’s teacher if you are interested! We are starting to use dinner trays in school from this week onwards at dinner time instead of plates in preparation for eating in the canteen in Primary school.


Extended Schools

The last day of the Extended Schools Programme will be Tuesday 21st June. Miss Patricia Fullerton, Miss Leanne Owens and Ms Wilma Henry have done a great job this year ensuring that all the children were safe and happy. Our thanks also to the programme facilitators: Miss Stephanie (Jo Jingles and Keep Fit), Mary (Yoga), Ann (Gymnastics) and Craig from Maiden City Soccer Academy. If there are no objections we will buy them all a little gift on your behalf. We know from your comments that you have appreciated all they have done, and the children have enjoyed it immensely.


Transition Forms


The teaching staff are currently working on the information that is to be passed on to Year 1 teachers. It will consist of an assessment of each child’s Language level and a description of progression in the other curricular areas. You will be asked to read and sign this information and the teaching staff will be available should you wish to discuss its contents.



Thanks also to our student this year, Miss Lisa Coyle who worked in Mrs O’ Doherty’s class. She has been excellent in supporting both children and staff.


Preparation for Primary School

The staff will concentrate on discussing the transition from Nursery to Primary School this month e.g. new teacher/friends/classroom/canteen/uniform etc. The children will start using ‘trays’ at dinner time to help them prepare for the canteen at primary school. The majority of the children in the school transfer to St John’s Primary School and so the parents of these children will invited to bring their child to a ‘Stay and Play’ session so that children will begin to get used to their new environment and staff. Please ensure that you attend as it is essential for a successful transition to Primary school.


The teaching staff will also contact the teachers of the children who are transferring to different primary schools and pass information on to them.



This can be a very stressful and emotional time for some children as they begin to realise that a change is coming. Even though we talk about primary school in a positive way, some children become unsettled in the last few weeks of term. They either cannot understand the fact that they will not come back to nursery or they think that their nursery teacher will be in primary school when they arrive in September. Please remember to be sensitive to any changes to your child’s behaviour in the next few weeks and let us know if you notice any signs of anxiety.

Health and Safety (Child Protection)

Please make sure that you have applied sun cream to your child before school on hot days (if we get any!)as we spend most of the day outdoors. We have told the children that they need to wear sun cream to school so you shouldn’t have a problem getting them to wear it!


Uniform Grants

There are uniform grants available for Primary school children this year. Please contact the EA (02882 411 496) for information if you think you might be eligible.


Spare Clothes

If you have any tops, bottoms, pants or socks that are too small for your child now, please bring them in to us so we can use them to change children next year if necessary.


End of year celebrations

During the month of June we hope to visit the beach as part of our topic. We will probably book this ‘last minute’ when we are sure of the weather. We also hope to have good weather so that we can hire a bouncy castle for a day and so that we can ask an ice-cream van to come to visit. Here’s hoping the weather is good!

End of Term

The last day of school will be Tuesday 28th June. There will be a Leaving Party for the children and they will be entertained by ‘Parky’ the magician.  All the children should be collected at 11.30am. If you are going on holiday before this please let us know.


Birthdays this Month


Conor Shields     12th         Caoimhín McCusker 19th      


Malachy Kelly     15th         Adam Smith       28th        


A Fond Farewell


On behalf of the staff and Governors, I would like to thank you for being such wonderful parents this year. We have really enjoyed getting to know you and your children and you have always been so supportive, complimentary and appreciative of what we aim to do. Thank you also for all your positive written feedback in the Parents’ comments books each week. Your children have been a pleasure to work with and I hope we have taught them that school is fun and that learning is exciting. It is hard to believe we have reached the end of another school year, the last day is always a sad one for us as we will miss you all so much. On a personal note thank you for welcoming me into the local community, I have really enjoyed this first year in Creggan.

Please bring your child to visit the staff in September so we can see him/her in his/her school uniform! We wish you and your child all the best for starting Primary School. Have a lovely Summer and keep safe.

Mrs Woods and the staff.                  




The time has come to say goodbye

Our time together is done

We sang, we read, we learned so much

Remember all the fun.


We saw the smile grow on your face

When you tackled something new,

We watched as your eyes lit up

Our eyes they glistened too.


We know you have hard work ahead

With challenges all new

All that we’ve learned together this year,

Will see you through and through.


We wish you well, we cherish you

 As you walk out the door today,

But know for certain wherever you go

You’re in our hearts to stay.






Bligh’s Lane Nursery School 



May Newsletter

Monthly Theme                                                                     

The theme for this month will be Summer Gardens / Mini beasts.  The children will be learning about the parts of a flower (root, stem, petal and leaves) and about common mini beasts such as ladybirds, snails, butterflies, bees, worms, slugs etc. If you find any snails or worms in your garden please bring them in so that the children can see them.  There will be a ‘Camping theme going on with barbeques (not real ones!), tents and sleeping bags in the classrooms, and there will also be a Cafe role play area. All of these activities help to extend children’s language, creativity and understanding of the world around them.                                                      


Songs and Rhymes

Little Arabella Millar                          5 Little Monkeys

What do you suppose?                        Here is the Bee Hive

Wiggly Woo                                       Mini Beast Rhyme                 

Round and Round the Garden     I’m Taking Home a Baby Bumble Bee

Special Houses                                                                                                           

Early Mathematical Experiences

We will be reinforcing the ‘Rectangle’ shape this month – children generally find this shape the hardest to learn, so you can help by pointing out rectangle shapes to your child whenever you see them.  We will also continue to look at patterns in the environment and the shapes of mini beasts and flowers.                   


Reading and Writing

The children are all very interested in reading story books and many of them can be seen in the classroom reading stories to each other in their own words.  This is the best kind of practice for ‘real reading’.  Continue to read to your child at home and find time to visit the Library.  Many children are already writing their own names – this is not a necessity, as the Year One teachers prefer to teach the children the proper letter formation techniques themselves.  But we would never discourage a child who wants to write. Often adults show children how to write their names using capital letters – please do not do this – only use a capital letter at the start of your child’s name. Children who learn to write their name in capital letters only find it very difficult to ‘forget’ this and learn how to do it the correct way ie. Eimear not EIMEAR



Please remember to bring back your child’s homework pack every Tuesday as we need to check the contents and replace them. Please ensure that the LIBRARY BOOK and ACTIVITY PACK are both in the Library Bag!

Story Of The Month

Our story this month links closely to our theme. It’s the story of ‘The Very Greedy Bee’. The story covers the theme of friendship and sharing as well as mini-beasts.



  • Lurgybrack Farm- Many, many thanks to the parents who accompanied us to the farm. The children had a great time despite the weather. 
  • Shooting Starz

We are all going to Shooting Starz in Campsie which is run by Ann, our Gymnastics teacher, on Friday 27th  May. There are lots of exciting activities there for the children including a Trampoline – Ann has asked us to check if every parent consents to their child using the trampoline so we will be asking you about this.


Transition Programme

Over the next few weeks we will begin to get your child ready to transition to Primary school. This will include visits from their new teachers and visits to their new school. All of this will help your child to settle quickly into P1 as it is a huge step for all the children and needs to be managed really carefully. As the large majority of our children transfer to St John’s we work closely with them. Theywill be in contact with all parents with dates for meetings etc. If your child is not going to St John’s we will contact the Primary school in question and communicate with the P1 teachers there.



Sports Day!

Our annual Sports Day will be held on Friday 20th May this year, so you will receive a separate information sheet and Sponsor Form in the next few weeks  This is a very special family event, which helps to raise funds for the school.  It is essential that each child is accompanied by an adult on this day as the staff will be involved in organising the races and cannot be responsible for the safety of the children as well.  Parents also actively participate in the races – so start training now!!!!  The money raised last year was put into the school fund account and is being spent on your children this year for example: buying food for parties, cereal, bread, pancakes, yogurt, eggs etc etc for breakfast and snack; the children’s present from Santa; Easter Eggs; Bouncy Castle; Birthday Cards and Cakes; Sweets for ‘Sweet Day’ (every Friday) etc. So the money you raise this year will be spent on next year’s children so please ask everyone you can to make a small contribution.  Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles are also very welcome! Sports Day will be held in the Long Tower Youth Centre (in the Derry City Football Grounds) from 9.50am – 12.00 noon approx.



Please remember that if you are buying new shoes for your child that they should have Velcro straps if your child is to wear them in school


The school will be closed on  Monday 30th May for the bank holiday.



Birthdays this Month

 Conal Daly         4th             Megan-Rose Shields          24th


Farrah Doherty    6th            Sól McLaughlin-Gillespie  25th


Corey McDevitt   8th             Layla Morrow                     25th


Stephen Quigley  23rd          Maddison O’Hagan             26th        








Monthly Theme                                                                     


Winter is over – hopefully! So the theme for the month of April will be ‘Spring’.   As you will know by now we continue to encourage the children to notice and describe changes in their environment – they may have seen daffodils growing in their gardens at home or in green areas in the town.  Some children have noticed that Spring flowers are growing in our planters in the playground. The children will be doing observational paintings and drawings of Spring flowers, so if you have cherry blossoms, tulips, daffodils or branches with buds on them in your garden, please bring them in for the children to see, and encourage your child to notice changes in your garden or the environment as you travel to school.


Language Development

There will be lots of discussion about the parts of flowers; bulb, seed, shoot, stem, bud, petal, leaf and flower. We will also talk about farm animals, the names of their young, where young animals come from and how they change as they grow.  We will focus especially on the Life Cycle of the Frog. The children will learn about these things through stories, lotto games, factual dvds, internet and CD ROMs.  Why not go to the library and find some books connected to this topic to share with your child or search for them on the internet? Be sure to let us know what you find!


Language and Maths Activity Packs

We will continue to provide activities for your child to take home that focus on language development and soon introduce some mathematical activities. This is another way in which you can really get involved with your child’s learning. The children who DON’T have the Special Story will get activities in their library bags for you to help them with. Don’t forget to read your Language Letter also so you can get the most out of the Special Story when your child gets it.




Songs and Rhymes

Spring is the time when the magic comes       Old MacDonald

Baa Baa Black Sheep                                      Five green Bottles

I went to visit a farm one day                         Five little Speckled frogs

Flowers grow like this                                     Cows in the Kitchen

This little Piggy                                               To Market

If I had a Donkey                                  Jack and the Beanstalk Rhyme





Environmental Science                          

Children need to ‘do’ and ‘see’ in order to understand therefore we will be planting Broad beans and Kidney beans so that the children can see the ‘roots’ growing clearly. We will also use factual books and stories to reinforce the concept of growth.  If you are doing any planting at home please let your child help – they learn so much from these activities and will be very sensible if you explain what you want them to do!







Extended Schools 

Mrs O’Doherty’s class stay for the extended school’s activities again on Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th  April and the following Monday and Tuesday. Mrs Woods’ Class next session will be on Monday 25th April.


Lurgybrack Farm

As part of our Spring theme we have booked a trip to Lurgybrack Farm in Letterkenny on Thursday 28th April. We will be leaving school at 9.15am and aim to return around 1.30pm. We need some parent volunteers to accompany us on the day. If you are available please speak to a member of staff.



Å      Please return you child’s bookbag on a Monday or Tuesday. We need them early in the week in order to have time to change the books in time for going home on Thursdays.

Å      Again, we are in need of donations of tissues. A box per child should see us through the Summer Term.


Spring Holidays and Dates for your Diary

Å      The Nursery will be closed for the Spring Bank Holiday on Monday 2nd and Tuesday 3rd of May.

Å      Offer letters for P1 will be posted on Friday 15th April and therefore should be received on Saturday 16th April. We will then begin a programme of transition in preparation for moving to Primary School.

Å      Our annual Sport’s Day will take place on Friday 20th May- you may want to start training for the parent’s race!




Birthdays This Month



Farrah Cairns       27th                    


Harry Taggart      29th