Ni Hao,This week we celebrated Chinese New Year; we are leaving the Year of the Rat and moving into the Year of the Ox. It was a busy and enjoyable week and we learned about customs and traditions. The role-play tables were set up with a Chinese table cloth, dishes, spoons and of course, chopsticks
The children noticed that some (but not all!) of the staff cars were very dirty and decided to do something about it. We thought we might need to borrow a power washer next time!
Lots of snow angels and snowball fights today. Aleesha even got a snowball down the back of her neck…. good shot!!
Thanks for dropping your child at the gate for Forest School today. As we walked along the path we noticed how bare the trees look without their leaves. Some children commented “it’s like skating!” as they slipped a little on the squishy leaves. Lisa mentioned the leaves were decomposing underfoot and wondered if anyone makes
You will shortly receive an email with more information. With many thanks for your continued support and understanding. Ascott Pre-School Staff.
Ascott Pre-School follows the early years foundation stage (EYFS), it sets standards for the learning, development and care of your child from birth to 5 years old. All schools and Ofsted-registered early years providers must follow the EYFS, including childminders, preschools, nurseries and school reception classes. Areas of learning Your child will mostly be taught
We are all back into the swing of things and are incredibly pleased with the way that all of the children have adapted to our new routines, it’s as if we have never been away now! The new starters have been absolutely amazing as settling in is sometimes an anxious time for them, but the
We hope that everyone has had a lovely summer. We start Term 1 on Thursday 3rd September for children who have already attended the setting. We are really looking forward to seeing all of the children again, as well as welcoming and settling in all of our new starters in the week commencing 7th September