Autumn Term 2
We are looking forward to our Christmas preparations this term.
The children will be decorating the tree on December 2nd, (this usually runs through the rest of December, with them adjusting their design).
Our Christmas songs are all ready to go on the CD player. Jingle Bells tends to be the most popular.
Once our tree is up and our festivities are planned, the children will be choosing their characters for our Nativity sing- a-long. In past years, the Donkey has notoriously caused us the most trouble.
Donkey by name, Donkey by nature.
That's the beauty of Early Years, you can get away with improvising. No-one worries if the Donkey looks like an Angel, or Joseph has a Christmas hat on.
We take our British Values seriously.
Very soon, our stalwart staff, will be preparing the various craft activities, for our families to join their children at our stay and play morning.
Then finally, on the last day of term, we will all be partying the afternoon away. Christmas Dinner is served just after 12.00 midday, followed by an afternoon of party games.
Donations towards our Christmas Festivities are warmly welcomed. Contact us in the usual ways.
Only just over four weeks to go.
Lots of fun creative activities for the children
Netherfield Preschool is located in the Village of Netherfield which is part of the High Weald area of outstanding natural beauty on the edge of the historic town of Battle, East Sussex. Our new building is on one level and easily accessible with private garden and play area.
At Nethefield Pre-school we believe that children learn and develop when they are safe, secure and stimulated. we aim to provide an environment that provides interesting and inspiring learning opportunities that caters for children's individual learning styles, interests and developmental stage.
Our practitioners are well qualified individuals that respect children's wishes and views, these views are reflected in the setting through displays of children's work and an ongoing commitment to creating an environment where children's participation is sought in all areas of learning.