Springtime is here! Welcome to September everyone. We are seeing so many beautiful Spring plants and flowers blooming and all of this is an excellent source of discussion and conversation amongst the children. Our days are getting a lot warmer but we still have some cool mornings so a light jumper or cardigan is still a great idea for outdoor mornings and afternoons.
We have been making the most of the mild weather and spending a lot of time outdoors in the beautiful sunshine and gardens. Have you taken a look at our vegetable gardens up the back of the yard? We have a number of vegetables growing that we are very proud of. Gardening is great for the children's development of knowledge and skills in sustainability and environmental awareness and teaches them valuable lessons about how to care for plants and nature.
We hope all of our dads had a wonderful Father's Day last week and that you enjoyed the special surprises your little ones made for you. The children all worked very hard on their Father's Day gifts for their dads. to all the dads who took advantage of our Father's day breakfast, we hope it was a great way to begin your day.
We also had our superhero dress up day early in the month. This was a super fun day with some super duper outfits and super happy faces. Check out Miss Amy as The Flash!
|Friday 18th September||Term 3 ends-school holidays begin|
|Monday 4th October||Queens Birthday holiday-Our centre is closed|
|4th- 10th October||World Space week|
The following staff will be on annual leave in the coming weeks
Miss Kelly- 14/9/21-22/09/21
Drop off and collection of children: Just a reminder that all children must be dropped off to an educator either in the yards or the rooms. Please do not leave them at the gate to walk in themselves as we need to know that they are here so they are safe.
Masks: Just a reminder that we still require all parents to wear masks when coming into the centre. We also ask that you please continue to limit centre traffic to one or both parents coming through the centre to drop off and collect children rather than bringing extra adults through with you.