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September Newsletter

 Thank you to all parents that attended our annual summer fete. Along with the sponsored toddle, we have raised in excess of £1,000=00.Thank you for your lovely feedback on the children’s box of beautiful creations. Many parents have expressed what a lovely day they had and this is very pleasing to hear.

As children leave to go to school in September we currently have spaces within the nursery. We are offering a 10% discount off the first session for all new families joining us in September, and if you recommend a friend that joins our nursery we are offering a ten pound voucher off your fees too!

As the new term begins, all children in Playroom 2 will be given the parents’ information sheet outlining what topics are to be covered over the term. This enables parents to work alongside us and to enhance their child’s learning at home.

As we are Education providers, all children the term AFTER their third birthday are eligible for government funding. We also have a number of FREE nursery spaces available for these children. Therefore if you are considering leaving our nursery for a state nursery please feel free to discuss your options with Mrs Smith or Miss Welsher.

Don’t forget to use our food co-op where we sell fruit, vegetables or salad bags at a cost of £3 each. This is a Government incentive to encourage parents to buy fresh fruit and vegetables for their families. Monies are to be paid on a Monday and the produce is delivered every Thursday. We also sell Free range eggs at a cost of £1=05 per half dozen.

Don’t forget that we are on line at www.osbornechildrensnursery.co.uk should you lose any newsletters, or want to see any updates. We have also joined Twitter and will be making the occasional “Tweet”!! (Well until Mrs Smith gets the hang of it!!)

I have arranged the annual Bath Christmas shopping trip and have attached a letter regarding this. This has been very popular over the last five years so book your seats fast!

Once again I look forward to working alongside you during the new term and value any suggestions or comments you may have.

 


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