If your child is ready to enrol next year for Primary 1 then come along to school with your child’s birth certificate, and proof of your address. We will be running enrolment sessions between 10-11am and 2-3pm.
The children had a brilliant Halloween Party last week, please have a look at the photo book as you enter nursery. The costumes were amazing.
Tuesday 10th November is ‘Dress as a Pirate Day’ where your child will be issued with a Book Bag from the Scottish Book Trust.
Miss Kennan is looking forward to inviting her red group parents/carers for soft start on Friday 13th November.
Our rhyme of the week next week is ‘A Sailor Went to Sea’ and we will continue to enjoy Pirate books for ‘Story of the Week’.
Tomorrow, Friday 30th October, is our Harvest Festival. We would be very grateful if you could donate an item or two for our collection for Foodstore@PNK. Donations of non-perishable foods, light bulbs, detergents, washing up liquids and personal hygiene products would all be gratefully received.
Many, many thanks in advance for your generosity.
Miss McDonald started in her role as key worker for the Blue Group this week. She is more than welcome to have a chat at the beginning or end of a session so please introduce yourselves and give her a warm welcome.
On Friday 30th October Miss Hamilton will welcome her yellow group parents into nursery. Please come along to play with your child and to have an informal chat.
On Friday it is also our Halloween party where there will be lots of spooky goings on. Please allow your child to dress up but remember to avoid scary face paints and masks.
It is also the Harvest Assembly on Friday, all preschoolers will have the chance to pop along and see what it is like to attend an assembly.
BATS day (Bring An Adult To School Day) is to happen on the morning of Monday 16th November. Please note, this was previously advertised as Tuesday 17th November. We will be sending information out shortly for this event.
On Thursday this week Mrs. Robertson will welcome parents and carers of the green group for an informal chat and play session. Please come and join us. Our rhyme of the week is Currant Buns in the Baker’s Shop which links to our story of the week, ‘The Little Red Hen’ which tells a moral story whilst explaining how flour is made. Remember that term ends on Thursday as it is an inservice day on Friday 9th October. We look forward to seeing you after the break on Monday 19th October.
Congratulations to Caitlin, Mari, Brody, Frankie, Jishua, Sophie, Ellie, Jayden, Finlay and Georgia for winning prizes during our Rugby Workd Cup day last week. Many thanks to the Rugby Development team for prizes of tickets, t-shirts and rugby balls!