Follow the link below for this weeks curriculum newsletter.
in case you missed the flyer regarding our Easter holiday project it is attached below. We are looking forward to seeing the children's designs when we return to nursery on the 18th April.
Every Friday our curriculum newsletter is availiable to keep you up to date with what your child has been doing and what is planned for the following week. Please follow the links below for this weeks news and some photographs of this weeks learning.
On the 1st of March, children and parents from Greenfields teamed up with students from Featherstone HIgh School and Clifton Primary to plant fruit trees and hedges in the park. The Southall Orchard Project has been organised by Southall Transition, a community led initiative aimed at planting orchards and fruiting hedges throughout Southall. There will be a further planting day tomorrow (Saturday 4th March) and all of the community are welcome to join in. Follow the link below to see some photographs of the day and more information.
Every Friday our curriculum newsletter is availiable to keep you up to date with what your child has been doing and what is planned for the following week. Please follow the link below for this weeks news.
Greenfields children will be helping to plant a number of fruit trees in Recreation Park this week. If you would like to get involved please speak to your child's keyworker, alternatively you could join the community planting day on the 4th March. See flyer below.
We have introduced a new curriculum newsletter to keep parents up to date on what their children are learning at nursery and how they can be supported at home. We hope you received a copy at nursery but please follow the link below to see this weeks edition.
Come and meet with the Head of Centre and Assistant Head of Centre to find out how your children are beginning to learn to read and write and how you can help them at home.
Thursday 1st December 2016. 9am-10.30am
See the attached flyer for more information
From September 2017, eligible parents will be able to get an additional 15 hours of free childcare either at a nursery or with a childminder bringing the total number of hours to 30 a week for children aged three and four years.
If you have a child aged three or four years, or a two-year-old who will be three in 2017, we want to hear from you!
Please follow the link below for more information and the online survey.
Congratulations to all of the parents who completed the 'Keeping Up With The Children' course today. They celebrated in style with a presentation and party. During the course parents have made games and activities that they can play with their children at home to make learning fun!
We hope you have a great time playing and learning with your children.
Come and join us on Friday 24th June for Curriculum Day to learn more about how your child learns through play. Please click on the link below for more information.
The photographer will be at the Centre on Tuesday 10th May to take photographs of the children. If you would like a family photograph please book an appointment at the admin office.
Children and parents had lots of fun at Curriculum Day. Thank you to all of those who took the time to come along, we hope you found it a useful and informative experience. If you missed out come along to our next one on the 24th June 2016.
Members of the community have had a great time learning how to paint faces. We hope they can use their skills for work or to benefit their communities. If you are interested in attending activities like these follow the link below to have a look through our brochure to see what is coming up.
As the year comes to a close, we wanted to thank Greenfields Children’s Centre so much for donating to Ealing Foodbank in 2015; without your generosity, our important work would simply not be possible.
To give you an idea of the numbers behind our five cafes:
As we currently distribute around 800 kilos of food per week, it is important that we keep our stocks up, so any future donations would be much appreciated. You can keep up with our work at our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/EalingFoodbank
If you have any nursery clothes at home, please return them as soon as possible. If you have any old children’s clothes to donate we would like to hear from you.
So far the weather has been very mild. However, it may start to get cold soon and children still need to be able to explore the outdoor environment so please make sure they have warm clothes and preferably have a hat and gloves, clearly labelled with their names.
Welcome back, we hope you had a good break over the holidays and enjoyed some time with friends and family. We are looking forward to a busy term where the children will learn lots of new things.
Before the half term we will have parent consultation meetings which are an opportunity for you to come and talk to your child’s keyworker about how they are settling in and their progress. Please do not miss this opportunity. However, our doors are always open to parents so if you are worried or concerned about anything come and speak to us anytime.
This term in the under three’s room the children have been participating in Yoga sessions every Friday. The children look forward to these sessions with excitement. “It’s Harpal the Yoga man” shouts one of the children as Harpal the Yoga teacher enters the room.
Yoga is very good exercise and develops children’s awareness of their body and their concentration.
This term the children in the Disraeli room have shown particular interest in ‘Transport.’ We planned the following activities to further develop their interests:
Can you count how many vehicles, you can see in a day?