Welcome to the second half of the spring term in the Early Years Unit. We hope you have been enjoying the unusually warm weather. We have had a wonderful start to our new half term. The weather has allowed us to make the most of the outdoors and we have been able to open up our extended outdoor area.
We are looking forward to beginning our new topic which is based on the book 'What the Ladybird Heard' and is called 'What did the Ladybird Hear?'. We will be learning about farms, farm animals and life cycles which will link nicely to our Easter topic which will conclude the half term and be carried out during the final two weeks.
All the important information you will need is available on the Early Years Unit Newsletter. Copies are available to view on this page and on the parents notice board in the unit entrance hall. You will also receive a paper copy in your child's book bag,
If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to speak to a member of the team.
Thank you in anticipation of your support and help
The Early Years Team
Thursday 28th February Seedlings and Saplings will each have a half hour multi-skills session with our visiting sports
coach. These sessions will take place between 9am and 10am every Thursday for the remainder
of Spring Term 2.
Thursday 7th March World Book Day. The children are invited to attend school dressed as their favourite book
character. As this is also our sports coach day, please could the children wear suitable joggers,
t-shirts etc. under their costumes.
Week Beg. 11th March Stay and Play week. Dates to follow. Please note, we will only be able to offer three dates this
Monday 11th March Bike ability for Saplings. More details to follow.
Friday 15th March Red Nose Day. Details to follow
Wednesday 20th March Seedlings trip to Smithills Open Farm, Bolton. Letter to follow.
Monday 25th March Parents evening
Wednesday 17th March Parents evening
Friday 5th April School closes for Easter