The Village Pre-School – Winter 2011/12
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 January 2013 16:41
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The Village Pre-school nativity play for parents and family took place on December 12th. The performance was as adorable and a reminder to parents of how cute their children are...if they needed reminding! The children had obviously worked hard to remember all their songs and lines, assisted by manager Nicky, and her team.
Refreshments and mince pies were served afterwards. A memorable start to the Christmas holidays although unfortunately our Deputy (Debbie Rose) broke her foot after the performance and is still in plaster. We wish her well and a speedy recovery.
The new term will be busy for the staff as we welcome 14 new children, which means we are now full to capacity 3 days a week with only a couple of spaces left for the other 2 days. A great start to the year!
This article was written by Sharon Herron and first appeared in the February/March 2012 edition of Village Voice (issue 148). To see it in its original format please select the relevant edition from the Village Voice pages of this website.
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