Nursery Weekly Newsletter

Week Beginning 11th February 2019

My week at Nursery

Things I have been doing this week…

We have been eating Chinese noodles, rice and prawn crackers.

Making Chinese money bags.


Other things I may have enjoyed are:

Colouring pictures about Chinese New Year.

Playing in our Chinese restaurant.

Making collages of dragons.

Making cards for Valentine’s Day.

Playing with red and gold glitter and brushes.


Stories and songs, we have taken part in this week…

Listening to traditional Chinese stories.

Listening and dancing to Chinese music.


Thank you for your generous donations to ‘Pitch in a Pound’, raising much-needed funds for the North Devon Hospice.  Once we have counted the coins we will put the total on our website.


HEALTH AND SAFETY NOTICE – School Grounds Closed – 15th to 25th February

Please note the school grounds will be closed to the public from the end of school on

Friday, 15th February, through the half term week, for essential maintenance work to be carried out.


It will be reopened, ready for our return to school, on Monday, 25th February.


World Book Day – Thursday, 7th March – Dress as your favourite book character

To celebrate World Book Day 2019 we would like the children to come to school dressed as their favourite book character and bring the book to school to share with their friends.  During the day we will be taking part in various fun activities.


Non-Uniform Day – Red Nose Day – Friday, 15th March

The School Council have organised a non-uniform day to celebrate Red Nose Day 2019.  They will be selling Red Noses in classrooms from Monday, 11th to Friday, 15th March at £1.25 each.


Lunch menu for next week is ‘Week Three”.


Diary Dates (don’t forget to check the school website, for up to date information)

Mon, 18th to Fri, 22nd Feb – HALF TERM

Mon, 25th Feb – back to school.

Tue, 5th Mar – FoOV Tuck shop

Thur, 14th Fri, 15th, Mon, 18th and Tue, 19th March – Book Fair


Thank you for all of your support and we hope you all have a wonderful half term.


Mrs Youll