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June is the sixth month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian calendars and the second month to have the length of 30 days. June contains the summer solstice in the Northern Hemisphere,the day with the most daylight hours, and the winter solstice in the Southern Hemisphere the day with the fewest daylight hours.

MONKEY MINI CHEF travels to Dubai and the Far East…

Dubai is a city and emirate in the United Arab Emirates known for luxury shopping, ultra-modern architecture and a lively nightlife scene. Burj Khalifa, an 830m-tall tower, dominates the skyscraper-filled skyline. At its foot lies Dubai Fountain, with jets and lights choreographed to music. On artificial islands just offshore is Atlantis, The Palm, a resort with water and marine-animal parks.

Amanda will be rustling up some amazing far eastern dishes for the children to taste, and with the practitioners she will be teaching our little mini-chefs all about the wonderful culture in this very exciting part of the world…

Amanda will be cooking up a storm on the 14th June…more details to follow!

Pre-School had a great time being food critics last week. We had some very peculiar faces being pulled when they were tasting all sorts of different fruit and vegetables. The most popular one they enjoyed was Avocado, Peppers and surprisingly Lemon…

SATURDAY 5th August…

Please pop the date in the diary… We are looking forward to seeing you all here on the day, we are going to have lots of fun things happening on the day, children’s activities, face painting, BBQ and lots more…and celebrating GRADUATION DAY!

Pre-School Show and Tell – Every Wednesday!

This week please could you get your children to bring in something to do with Summer…beach ball, sunglasses, bucket and spade etc


We have now had 10 confirmed cases throughout the nursery of chicken pox… So please be on the lookout for those little spots that might appear in the next few days!

Click here for information from the NHS

Please be mindful…

  • The weather is starting to get warmer and the sun is starting to shine, please can we have a named sun hat for your little one. We will use Nivea factor 50 suncream, however, if you wish to use a different brand please bring it in with your child’s name on it
  • Please make sure that we don’t leave prams outside the front door as it could obstruct any cars coming in/out the driveway


Well done to Juliet in Toddlers who has created a wonderful artistic creation of a desert storm and those clouds look like they are about to burst! You are our top MESSY MONKEY this week.

Well done Juliet it is fantastic interpretation of a desert storm!

BABIES… This week we will be creating a group flag representing Dubai and using their creative skills to decorate it and make it ”their own” They will also be exploring the different smells and textures of the spices used to flavour food and experiment with Mehndi – traditional hand art!

TEENIES… This week we will be talking about transport – air, land and sea. We will be having car races to see which ones are fast and which are slower. We are going to be taking part in our very own transport lotto! Who will win????

TODDLERS... This week we will continue to explore our happy emotion. We are going to create our very own Burj Khalifa! So parents if you have any cardboard boxes, tubes etc please bring it in.

PRE-SCHOOL... This week we will be learning all about ”Around the World in 80 Days” looking at culture, animals, weather, houses, schools and lots, lots more… We will be working on frustration as an emotion and learning from each other on how to deal with it. If you haven’t seen our ”POP ART” yet, don’t worry because we will continue to make some wonderful creations!

1FIRST AID… Where we share tips and advice from St Johns Ambulance with parents

This week we are focusing on : Severe allergic reaction or anaphylactic shock in babies

An allergy is the body’s unexpected reaction to something it has come into contact with. Your baby may be allergic to cow’s milk, plant pollen, animal hair, insect stings or specific drugs. As you wean your baby you may find they are allergic to specific foods, such as fruit, shellfish and nuts.

A severe allergic reaction can develop within just a few seconds. It can be very frightening if your baby has an allergic reaction and it can be life-threatening if not treated quickly.

We asked, you voiced, we listened… It’s happening!

Thank you parents, for your wonderful scores and feedback in our Spring 2017 Parent Survey. We are delighted with the results, it’s good to know that you are happy and we’re doing ok! We’ve been working hard….

We have taken on board the constructive comments and have already started working on the Action Plan. The overall results and the Action Plan are now on our website for you to review, in the ‘parent only’ access area. Please click on the link and enter ‘weybridge’ as the password


We have also summarised everything for you and there is a board in our downstairs corridor for you to review the next time you are passing.

Please do shout if you have any questions.

Thank you again x

As part of our Action Plan following the Spring 2017 Parent Survey, we will be spending time with parents supporting with your knowledge of the EYFS. To start with here are some helpful tips on ‘what to expect when’. It’s a great guidance tool and holds some very useful information so please have a browse… Any questions please do come and ask!

Next weeks menu will be : Week 1