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Holiday Dates.

Please find attached our new holiday dates. We will endeavour to meet your needs but please respect the starting times. We like all our little people to take part during morning time carpet activities as they are a vital part of our Pre-School curriculum. Should you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Best wishes Holiday List


Welcome Back.

Curriculum Newsletter Autum 1 2021Newsletter 21 Aut We can’t wait to welcome you all in September. A new setting and a new start. Please find attached our Newsletters. We will shortly send you our ‘All About Me’ document, either via email or post.  You will be added to Tapestry very soon and this is a lovely way in which we can communicate. We can’t
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Parents’ Feedback.

Thank you for providing a safe and happy environment for our son to enjoy and learn. He is thoroughly enjoying the opportunity to build his confidence and friendships. We are very pleased with Pre-School and have taken both our children to Greenhill Pre-School. X and X absolutely adore Greenhill Pre-School and all of their teachers!  They have made  fantastic progress during a very tricky
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Newsletters Summer 2 2021

A very, very warm welcome back to you all. Thank you all for being so supportive during these difficult times and we truly value your support. Some of our parents have not even entered Pre-School since your little ones started but hopefully we can meet you during parents’ evening. As you are all aware, we will be (hopefully) relocating in September. We will continue
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Summer 1 Newsletters 2021

We would like to wish you all a very warm welcome. As always, thank you for your consideration and continued support. We have an action packed summer term planned and will keep you informed of forthcoming events.  We are hoping to plan a parents’ evening, sponsored Wheel-a-Thon and sports day, however, as you know, we are  experiencing very strange times so will endeavour to
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Spring 2 Newsletters

Thank you for your support during these very difficult times. We value your understanding with regards to us stripping back some resources, not sending the usual amount of crafts home and not being able to greet you as we would normally. Thanks for your patience and continued support. We are planning to do a Parents Evening this half term, we will be in touch
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Newsletters Spring 1 2021

A very warm welcome to you all, new parents, old, grandparents, carers and childminders. Yet again, we are not delivering our usual warm welcome, but we will endeavour to do whatever it takes to ensure your little one makes a smooth transition to Pre-School. Please could you read the recent email to ensure our little ones stay safe, our families, our siblings and our
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AGM

Our AGM (Annual General Meeting) will be held on Tuesday 10th November. A full and active committee is vital in ensuring both the smooth running and the future of Pre-School. We are looking for a number of parents/carers to join our friendly team. Due to these difficult times, our meeting will be via zoom. If you are uncomfortable with this but would still like
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Newsletters Autumn 2 2020

Please find attached the Newsletters for Autumn 2 2020. Could you please pay attention to some very important dates for your diary, in particular our forthcoming AGM, email to follow. It is vital that we have have a full and active committee to ensure the future of Pre-School. We have lots of fun activities and events planned during the next half term and we
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Parent/Carer Feedback 2020

Please find below a selection of  feedback from our recent parents’ evening.     Excellent communication through Tapestry. Outstanding!!! The care you give to the children is fantastic, he has settled much better than we thought. I feel communications work absolutely fine. GreenhillPre0School is wonderful. My child is so happy with his keyworker, the setting and the other workers. He is stimulated and encouraged
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