Welcome to another edition of our Newsletter.
Our Upcoming Events - please take note of the events below
|25 April||Anzac Day - Centre Closed|
|1 May||Labour Day - Centre Closed|
|12 May||Mother's Day High Tea|
|15 May||International Day of Families|
International Day of Families focuses on the role of families and family-oriented policies in promoting education and overall well-being of their members. In particular, the Day is to raise awareness of the role of families in promoting early childhood education and lifelong learning opportunities for children and youth.
We are asking if your child attends on Monday 15 May to bring something in that represents your family or what your family traditions maybe. This may include:
If you would also like to join us for the day and assist with an activity that may represent your family, please speak to Tammy. Activities may include:
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You're invited to attend our Mother's Day High Tea on Friday 12 May, commencing at 10:15am.
Sit back and enjoy a cup of coffee and some sweet treats and meet some other mum's too. There will also be some craft activities available to participate in with your child. The event will conclude by 11am sharp.
We are asking if you could also bring a plate of food to share for the event.
We are in need of your old shopping plastic bags. Please keep us in mind when you unpack your groceries. We would love to take your plastic bags off your hands. If you can help us, please place your plastic bags in the recycle bin in the foyer of the centre.
As you can see we have started our recycle station in the foyer. If you have paper, plastic bags or tin that you no longer need please place these items in our recycle bins. We will be discussing with the children the role we play in reducing, reusing and recycling within our environment. We care very strongly about caring for our environment and contributing to a sustainable future.
We will be looking at our room environments. If you have any old photo frames at home we would love to take them off your hands. Don't worry if they don't have glass, as I will be removing them anyway. We will be using the frames to display some artwork around the centre.
We would also love some pictures of your cultural ornaments or displays at home. We will then frame these pictures and display in home corner to teach children about different cultures and introduce them to the world around us.
We value your input and would love to have your feedback about the centre. Please feel free to write down your ideas and suggestions in our feedback book in the foyer.
Until Next Time
Tammy & Staff