The “Wind In The Willows” Performance is coming to The Owls Nursery.

We are very excited to have the Grand Dame Theatre Company coming to nursery to perform their Early Years friendly performance of “The Wind in the Willows” which will be interactive and very high energy!. The children will join in an adventure to meet new friends along the river bank. The performance is accompanied with music and promises to be a huge amount of
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We are participating in “Listening Week” once again this year.

Following on from the success of Listening week last year we will be participating once again this year. The idea behind listening week is to celebrate and encourage a lifelong love of books and reading at home and school, we will be running our sponsored listen between the 11th to the 15th of June. The project is being organised in conjunction with our local
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Our Exciting Summer Events

We would like to remind all parents of our upcoming Summer events as detailed below: 12th June: Wind in the Willows Performance by Grand Dame Theatre Company for all Preschool children and Wise Owls children. 30th June: Scarecrow Day. Our theme this year is Julia Donaldson and the inspiration for the scarecrows will be characters from her wonderful books.There will be bouncy castles, a mega
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The Mayor of Blackrod Unveils our Millie’s Mark Plaque

We had a very important visitor to nursery this week, the Mayor of Blackrod came to officiate the unveiling of our Millie’s Mark plaque.We were also joined by “Feathers”, our nursery mascot, who took part in all our celebrations. A group of preschool children welcomed the Mayor and watched the unveiling of our plaque.The award was given as a result of much hard work
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Celebrating Millie’s Mark.

            Next Tuesday we are arranging a day of celebration following the nursery’s recent “Millie’s Mark” award. All children are invited to dress up as doctors and nurses and we will be having a very important visitor, the Mayor of Blackrod, to unveil our Millie’s Mark plaque in the nursery. In the afternoon we will be having a party
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Our “Easter Events” were enjoyed by everyone.

We have had a fabulous week this week enjoying the many Easter events at nursery. We has a fabulous Easter party yesterday with “Alice in Wonderland” hosting the party and a special appearance from “Easter Bunny”. We have had some very interesting eggs designed as part of our Easter egg decorating competition and some fabulous bonnets made for our Easter bonnet parade. Today we
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We are very proud to have achieved “Millie’s Mark” Accreditation

  As you may know, everyone at The Owls Nursery has been working very hard towards the Millie’s Mark accreditation. We are now very proud to announce that we have been officially awarded “Millie’s Mark”. It is an award which is given to nursery’s who can demonstrate that they go “above and beyond” the minimum requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage guidelines, in
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Our Upcoming Easter Events

  We have lots of events planned for the Easter period at The Owls Nursery. We start with our Easter Party which is to be held on Tuesday afternoon, 27th March, and the theme of the party will be “Alice in Wonderland” with a special appearance from “Easter Bunny”. There will be lots of dancing, games and party food. All children are invited to
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Teacup Ride with animals in the cups.

We are holding a “Breakfast Morning” this Wednesday.

Please join us for our “Breakfast Morning” this Wednesday, 21st March from 7.45 am until 9.30 am. We will be serving tea and coffee, bacon and sausage sandwiches, hot toast and teacakes. All parents and family members are welcome to join us. There will be a small charge made for the refreshments which will go towards outdoor resources for the children. Thank you in anticipation
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Learning about Life Cycles

Following on from the fabulous experience of our beautiful ducklings at nursery, watching them hatch and grow and learning about their development, we are due the arrival of our caterpillars tomorrow. The children will learn about the four stages of a butterfly’s life cycle, what happens at each stage and observe them until they develop into beautiful adult butterflies. This promises to be another
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