If you are leaving at the end of term in July or before, please let Ceri know as soon as possible so that the place can be allocated to a child on the waiting list. Thank you
The photographer will be visiting the playgroup on 14th May for a group photograph. Details to follow.
First day of term - Monday 7th January
Monday 25th February to Friday 1st March
Last day of spring term - Friday 12th April
Easter and spring holiday
Monday 15th April to Friday 26th April
First day of term - Monday 29th April
Monday 27th May to Friday 31st May
Last day of summer term - Friday 19th July
Teddy Bears Picnic - date to be announced
Sports Day - date to be announced
Leavers coffee morning - date to be announced
NEWS AND INFORMATION
THE CHILDCARE OFFER
We have registered our setting with the Childcare Offer.
The Childcare Offer will be available in all areas of the Vale from the Summer Term 2019 (after the Easter holidays).
30 hours of education and childcare will be offered to eligible working parents of 3 and 4 year olds per week. Parents will be able to apply in March via the Family Information Service (FIS) website. Please contact FIS if you have any questions: 01446 704704 www.valeofglamorgan.gov.uk
Welcome to all new starters and those returning. We know that this can be a difficult time for parents and children. For some of you, this will be the first period of separation on a regular basis. The staff team are very experienced and caring and will provide lots of reassurance and comfort to your children.
We will do everything possible to ensure that this transition is a happy one for you and your child. Please feel free to telephone (07979553472) during the session to check on your child and if you have any concerns please see Ceri or any member of the staff team.
Fees from September 2018 will be £12.00 per morning. Thank you to everybody who has made the transition to paying by bank transfer. From September 2018, all payments are to be made by childcare vouchers or bank transfers
Please leave prams in the foyer at the start of the morning rather than bring them in to the main hall at the start of the session. Doing so prevents children being able to leave the main hall and prevents accidents.
Can you spare a few hours per term to assist in escorting children out into the local community? Do you have a special interest, skill or knowledge that can be shared with children to enhance their learning? Please see Ceri if you would like to get involved.