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Reminder: Parent Information Session – Transition to School

June 21st, 2018

At The Teepee we aim to improve transitions from nursery to school, this is a big step for you and your child and we want to help make this as easy and as smooth as possible. We have carried out a great deal of research and spoken to Primary School teachers as well as pulling […]
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Celebrating Eid in the Nursery

June 11th, 2018

On Friday we will be celebrating Eid in the Bears room. The children will have the opportunity to make binoculars out of tissue rolls and use these to look at the moon and starts as Eid depends on the moon sighting. We will be looking at giving and receiving as Eid is celebrated by visiting […]
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Joining the Kittens and the Cats Room

June 4th, 2018

The children in the Kittens have shown a big interest in the Cats room and have been entering through the Cats door to play in that room. So as we aim to listen to the children’s voices and their choices, we will be trialling having the 2 rooms combined to see how this goes. The […]
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Do You Have Any Old Cookery Books?

June 4th, 2018

We are looking to put real life items into our role play areas. If you have any old cookery books or recipe cards that you no longer use, we would love to have them. This will support the children in real life role play as well as giving them access to text and print which […]
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Having a Spring Clear Out?

June 4th, 2018

If you have any hats and bags that you know you no longer use, we would love them for the nursery. Babies and toddlers love taking things in and out of bags, and putting on… they love hats and bags. We are looking to replenish our stocks, so all hats and bags are very welcome […]
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Case of Chickenpox in the Bears and Pups

April 10th, 2018

Chickenpox What is it? Chickenpox is caused by the Varicella zoster virus. How do I know if someone has chickenpox? Chickenpox usually begins with a slight fever and feeling unwell just before the rash appears. The rash is very characteristic, starting as red spots, which become raised and filled with fluid (“vesicles”), then scabbing over […]
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Gardening Club Comes to the Nursery

March 28th, 2018

We are delighted to announce that this summer we aim to get more out of our vegetable patches and raised beds at the nursery, as we have recruited (!) Emma’s mother Maureen to run a gardening club with the children alongside Kirsty and Emma. Maureen came in earlier in the month, and once the children […]
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Having a spring clear out?

March 21st, 2018

If you have any hats and bags that you know you no longer use, we would love them for the nursery. Babies and toddlers love taking things in and out of bags, and putting on… they love hats and bags. We are looking to replenish our stocks, so all hats and bags are very welcome […]
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Case of Scarlet Fever in the Cats

February 19th, 2018

What is it? Scarlet Fever is caused by bacteria (streptococci) and is characterized by a rash. How do I know if someone has it? The main symptoms include a nasty sore throat and fever. The rash is a fine, raised red rash (feels like sandpaper) which disappears momentarily when pressed. It appears most commonly on […]
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Two cases of Chickenpox in the Playful Pups

February 8th, 2018

What is it?                                                                                                                                                                                Chickenpox is caused by the Varicella zoster virus. How do I know if someone has chickenpox? Chickenpox usually begins with a slight fever and feeling unwell just before the rash appears. The rash is very characteristic, starting as red spots, which become raised and filled with fluid (“vesicles”), then scabbing over after […]
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