Summer Term Newsletter 2021

Dear Parents/Carers,

We have plenty of events happening this term, so please get your diaries ready.

Our sponsored event this year will be a sporting obstacle course, which we will see lots of physical action of running, jumping, balancing, throwing, crawling through tunnels and climbing too. The sponsor forms will be coming very soon. This will be held on the week commencing 17th May 2021.

If you would like to speak to your child’s key person you are welcome to email us or a phone call. If it is an important matter we can arrange so speak outside.

The last day of term is Friday, 23rd July 2021.

Before the children leave us we will be supporting their transition into school, talking about the exciting new experience and providing activities that aid this. We occasionally have visits from teachers from various schools. (Depending on COVID guidelines).

If your child is staying at nursery for another year, please be reassured that the sessions you requested have been allocated to them. We return to the nursery on Wednesday, 1st September 2021.

The colour we are learning this half term is orange and next half term purple. Please encourage your child to create pictures or items of the current colour. Children are welcome to bring the pictures in.

The May Bank Holiday has been changed and will now be Monday, 3rd May 2021.

Nursery will be closed during half term from Monday, 31st May – Friday, 4th June 2021.

We are planning a Teddy Bears/Superhero’s picnic as we are unable to visit the farm this year, due to restrictions, regarding the coach journey (COVID). This date is to be confirmed.

Just to remind everyone about being safe in the sun. Please ensure that sun cream is applied before the children come into nursery and that your child has a sun hat.

We would like to say thank you for the continued support of Mr and Mrs Plumridge who maintain and fund our website. Helping us stay connected to all our service users in the big wide web and ensuring we maintain the correct legal obligations regarding data protection for this.


Any seeds, plants and flowers for the children to experience gardening, also any old newspapers, clean socks (for making puppets), buttons or items for our imaginary fairy world. Any packets of rice, pasta and lentils or craft materials would be greatly appreciated.


Thank you for continuing to follow guidelines regarding social distancing and wearing masks.

We would also like to remind all parents and guardians to ensure that all children are brought to Nursery promptly, as it is essential for the children to have the opportunity to participate in all the activities available.

Also, during pick up time, please ensure that all children are collected at the correct times. Please respect our neighbours and ensure that you park responsibly and considerately. Thank you.