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Application Form

If you want to send your child to Chewton Common Playgroup, please complete our application form.


Is Your Child Ready For School?

Have a look and start introducing and encouraging these tasks NOW.


Uniform

Uniform at Chewton Common Playgroup is optional, however children do get very mucky and when we go out a uniform is a great way of being recognised!

To find out more, visit the Schoolwear For Less web site and read more details by clicking the letter opposite.

Muddy child Muddy child

Snacktime

Week 1

Yoghurt and fresh fruit

Week 2

The children will be using the cereal station as we will be cooking on the snack table

Week 3

The children will be making their own smoothies with strawberries and bananas

Week 4

Snack will begin with the letter P – popcorn, pineapple, pears

Week 5

We will be talking about change – bread to toast. They will make their own butter and have cheese and apple.


Diary

Summer Term 2019

Week 5

THURSDAY 23rd MAY
BREAK UP FOR HALF TERM
THERE IS NO PLAYGROUP ON FRIDAY 24TH MAY DUE TO STAFF TRAINING IN THE SCHOOL

PLAYGROUP RE STARTS ON MONDAY 3RD JUNE


WOW cheques

If you run out of WOW cheques, download some more here.


Extra curricula

Picture of St Mark's Church

Church

The second Tuesday in every month we walk to the church, have a story and songs a drink and a biscuit. We do need parents to help us in order to maintain our ratio of 1:2 when out in the community. We leave playgroup at 1.30pm and the children are usually picked up from the church at 2.45pm.

Picture of pre-school gymnastics

Pre-School Gymnastics

Wednesday 3.20pm-4.00pm Large School Hall
Helps develop concentration, coordination, balance and pre gym skills. Each class takes 12 children. Parents need to stay and help their children. £3 per session.

Twinkle Toes Music

Baby Ballet

Twinkle Toes Music. Happens regularly

Twinkle Toes Music

Barton Lodge Care Home

We visit on a half termly basis

Award winning Baby Ballet

Baby Ballet

This is half termly on a Thursday morning


Rights Respecting

As part of our award and as an example of good practice it is suggested that with the help of children and staff we draw up a charter consisting of rights and responsibilities that we can use within our setting and that carry through into everyday life.

We decided that it was important that it was child friendly and in a language that the children could understand and share with others.

This week we have been working towards our charter and we feel it important to share with you as parents.

Please read it to your children and encourage them to colour it in and sign it. When you return it we will make a book of our

PLAYGROUP PROMISE (charter)

and have it as part of our wall display.

Click the image shown to download the Playgroup Promise to colour in. More details of the charter can be downloaded by clicking the image.