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Bear Hunt

Thank you to all the families who came on ‘The Bear Hunt’, with us around the garden on 17th May. Despite the rainy weather we had a great time going through the ‘swishy swashy’, grass and squelching through the mud. The children then enjoyed returning to the classrooms to eat a well earned honey sandwich!  ... read more

International Day Celebrations

    We held our annual International Day celebrations to raise money for Clic Sargent on Saturday 6 May.  We had a great day with lots of families bringing delicious food to share from around the world. We were also entertained by Irish and Chinese dancers, who looked beautiful in their costumes.  The event also saw the official opening of ‘The Old Orchard’ garden which is now being used by all the classes as a learning... read more

Easter Singing

  On Wednesday the children and adults had fun in the garden singing songs about new life and eggs.  Here are some photos of the event which included a real egg as a prop for Humpty Dumpty and hot cross buns as a treat.  Have a very Happy Easter holiday... read more

RED NOSE DAY

We raised £31.00 by painting red noses on the children and parents!  If you would like to donate money to Comic Relief please hand it in to the office by 4.00pm on Friday 31 March.  Thank you. read more

Recent emails sent to parents

 

CYCLE HELMETS

Dear Parents Now that the weather is a bit warmer (for now!) and a lot of children have been at Homerton for a while, many of them are experimenting with our two-wheeled bikes and balance bikes. In order to stay safe on these we encourage children to wear a helmet but we could do with more helmets so more children can have a turn at the same time! If you have any spare cycle helmets we would love to have them to use with our two wheeled bikes and scooters. Thank you very much...

Homerton International Event Saturday 6th May 12:30-2:30

  Dear Parents, Carers, Staff and Friends,  We are writing to let you know about a family event next term at Homerton to celebrate the wide range of cultures represented at Homerton and to raise some money for Clic Sargent – a cancer charity which has supported members of the Homerton community in their battle against cancer.  There will be some activities & entertainment from around the world as well as food from as many different parts of the world as possible.  What we really need at this stage is your help! We are hoping that you will be able to volunteer to provide a plate (or two!) of snack / finger food from your country / culture or region to share. You may like to work alone or you may wish to work with friends who share your roots and prepare a selection of foods. We hope this will be a fun way for families to get to know each other better and make new friends.  We would be really grateful if you could think about whether you could contribute some food and after the holidays we will send you details of how you can sign up to contribute online. Alternatively some forms will be available in the classrooms if you would prefer to sign up that way. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch using homertoninternationalevent@gmail.com.  Tickets cost £4.00 per family, they will be on sale soon.  We look forward to celebrating our rich cultural heritage with you. With many best wishes and thank you for your support, Homerton Early Years Centre...

Parking outside Homerton Early Years Centre

Dear Parent/Carer   As you may be aware there are new road markings outside the school.  These are for the safety of the children.  We are very sorry to say that vehicles have been seen parked on the markings and we have informed the police.  We have requested a school patrol and any vehicle found parked in this way will be ticketed.   We thank all those who do take the time to park considerately or who take the healthy option of walking or biking.   Yours faithfully Susan Sutton Head of Centre  ...
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