'Where little stars shine bright'
We have had a fantastic Christmas break, here are all the lovely things we got up to in December 2018. We managed so much over the month of Decemeber.
- We had a fab Christmas party, followed by a lovely Christmas dinner and a meeting with Father Christmas himself! The children also chose to write letters to the North pole, post them and enjoyed reading their letters they received back from Father Christmas and the elves.
We also managed to fit in our regular visit to the care home to sing lots of carol singing, pulling of crackers and sharing some joyful times.
Staff Christmas works party
Our staff work incredibly hard all year and deserve time to let their hair down.
We all celebrated the Christmas holidays with a party at the local village hotel.
Parents get together
Feedback from our parent survey suggested more parent input would be welcomed. We are holding an evening with all parents to get together,have a chat and discuss the Bright Stars vision. We hope you can come along.
Staff on training
Celebrations within the staff team this month
Please can all parents book an appointment with your child's key person to ensure suitable time is allowed for everybody-thank you.
Emma your a star!
All staff voted for the employee of the year.
Emma received the most votes by a mile and won an afternoon tea at 'Tea,cakes and tiaras'
Well done Emma it is thoroughly deserved!
Up and coming events .........
Bright Stars is 2!
We are celebrating 2 years of opening this month! We are incredibly proud of this achievement and hope to be open for many more years to come!
We had a fantastic opportunity to spend an evening with Lyndsey and Stephanie, the founders of the Curiosity Approach. Staff were able to understand the approach a little better and bring back lots of fab ideas for all the team to use and input within our setting.
We have celebrated many staff birthdays this month, most prominently Jo our Bright Stars owner and her Mum Sheila the cook.
We hope you all had fabulous celebrations!
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