Hello All!

Hi all,

We hope you have enjoyed the half term break.  We are looking forward to welcoming you back to preschool tomorrow – Tuesday 29th October.  Our home corner this half term is now set up as a DIY area, based on the children’s interests.

There will be no PE sessions or Woodland morning this week but these will be resumed back to normal next week.

We will be going outside every day so please ensure that children have appropriate clothing to wrap up warm and keep them dry in the coming winter weeks such as woolly hats,  gloves and wellington boots.

We will be sending out our newsletter tomorrow for upcoming events and important dates.

Many thanks,

All at Preschool 🙂

Congratulations Anna!

We are absolutely delighted and thrilled to tell you all that Anna graduated (achieving excellent results!) from the University of Suffolk, gaining her BA Honours in Early Learning.
Anna has worked so hard to complete her studies whilst continuing to work at pre-school.  We hope you will join in with us to wish her many congratulations, we are all really proud of her!

Wave off!

As part of the Suffolk Libraries Day Book Journey, Librarian Sue Hutt and Debenham Library Foundation chair Tony Hutt, took the chosen book, The Huntingfield Paintress, by Pamela Holmes, on its leg from Debenham to Stradbroke by tandem! As a way to celebrate and support the local library they are raising money by asking for donations to  sponsor their adventure.

We were there to wave them off! The children made flags and watched ‘Batman’ and ‘Robin’ set off into their journey. We wish them a safe journey and hope they raise lots of funds for a great cause!

Mark making

A group of children spent time outside at the easel,  engaging in lots of mark making. They played colaberatively, conversing about what they were doing and developing their friendships. Mark making simply refers to the creation of different patterns, lines, textures and shapes.  Mark making can also represent a child’s thoughts and ideas. It gives them the opportunity to express themselves creatively and allows them to communicate their feelings through their drawings.