We have arranged for a First Aid trainer to do an evening paediatric First Aid course. This will not be a certificated course but it will be great for Parents, Grandparents or anyone who is interested. We need a few more people to attend for the course to go ahead. Please let any of the practitioners know by the end of this week if you would like to attend.
7th June, 7.30pm, at Sharpthorne Village Hall, Station Road. £20 plus a small donation for the hall hire.
We are committed to ensuring that any personal data we hold about you and your child is protected in accordance with data protection laws and is used in line with your expectations. We now have a Privacy Notice page on our website which will give you further information.
This privacy notice explains what personal data we collect, why we collect it how we use it and how we protect it.
Please click on the link to view our Privacy Notice.
Privacy Notice May 2018
We have a range of policies to ensure that we comply with the GDPR data requirement 2018. If you would like to view any of these policies please ask a member of staff or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The policies impacted by GDPR that we have available are:
- Privacy Notice
- Application form
- Parental Involvement policy
- Supporting Children with SEN policy
- Children’s records policy
- Provider records policy
- Transfer of records to school policy
- Confidentially and Client Access policy
- Information sharing policy
- Working in partnership with other agencies policy
- Making a complaint policy
Just to let parents know that Sports day will be on the 12th July at 11 am at the Rec.
We will be hosting an end of year party for the children on the 5th July which parents are welcome to attend.
Please could we ask for children’s clothes, shoes and drink bottles to be labelled clearly with their names. It would be a great help to us at home time when we are having trouble identifying which items belong to which child.
Many thanks for your help
Jane, Issy and Becca
Last year’s Mother’s Day tea was such a success we were hoping that Mum’s (or Granny’s) could come in Monday at 11.45am for some morning tea.
The children returned today after the snow forced us to close last week.
The children had the play kitchen out today. They had great fun cooking and serving food to each other. At circle time we asked some of the children to tell us what their mums do for them at home – we had some lovely responses!!
The children had a large giraffe drawing laid across the floor and they enjoyed colouring it in.
The children have began making “surprises” for their Mummy for Mother’s Day, but you must not ask them about it as it is a surprise. (We do not say it is a secret as children should not be encouraged to keep secrets from their parents).