|Homerton Early Years Centre – Weekly Bulletin
23rd June 2022
|Message from the Head Teacher: Dear Parents,
As we reach our last four weeks of term we are continuing to enjoy lots of fun activities. This week we have had our Nursery trips to Nightingale park, a number of Reception teachers have also been visiting the children who are going into their classes in September. Next week will be the Nest trips to the allotment so let’s hope the sunny weather continues for them. Thank you to all the parents who have been helping on trips – we really couldn’t do tripswithout you.
At Nightingale Park we noticed there is an event taking place there for families this weekend so do go along to this if you are around on Saturday evening – please see the photo below.
This week we have had a number of children with high temperatures and coughs and Covid again. If your child has a temperature, or cough, please can you keep them at home so it doesn’t spread to others in the class. Thank you
|Topic: Nightingale Park visits and Water play in the Nest.
Below are some photos of activities that took place in the Nightingale Park, including observational drawings of the pond, a picture treasure hunt, story under the willow walk, and book mark making.
The Nest has also been coping with the hot weather by doing lots of water play in the garden. Children have been enjoying painting the fences with rollers and brushes.
|Dates for your diary:
29th June am – Nest Green trip to the allotments
30th June am – Nest Yellow trip to the allotments
Please help on these trips if you can.
6th July am – Really Wheelie Trail organised by our Governors – parent helpers are very welcome – please let your class staff know if you can help.
13th July – Good bye event for children and parents
20th July – Term ends
25th July – 12th August inclusive Holiday Club – Please book in early to avoid disappointment.
Lunch Supervisors for September 2022 – If anyone is interested in joining our friendly team of lunch supervisors in September please speak to Alex or the Office.
School name labels fundraiser
If you happen to be buying name labels for your child’s clothes, then a company called Stikins https://www.stikins.co.uk/will donate a percentage of the price paid to Homerton if you quote our fundraising number, which is 32197.