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  • Autumn, Winter and Christmas is approaching!

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    As the nights become darker we are full of excitement of what is in store at Kids at Heart!

    We said a fond farewell to our Pre-School children who left us in September to start their new journey into Primary School. We wish them well and look forward to them revisiting us soon to tell us about their new adventures……..

    We always take our inspiration for activities from the children’s current interests, but we  will be also very busy being creative with our art and craft activities at Nursery and Kids’ Club. The nursery children will design their own unique Christmas artwork that will be transformed into cards or gift ideas for their friends and family and there is no doubt we will be cooking and baking some special treats in the next few months too.

    As the children love to read, we will have lots of new stories and songs to learn. Some of our favourite ones will no doubt be read again, such as ‘The Gruffalo and ‘Going on a Bear Hunt.’ We will also be celebrating Roald Dahl stories and are inviting the children to come to nursery dressed as their favourite character in a story.

    October brings us Halloween…… we will have a lot of spooky activities including messy play, baking, arts and crafts and dressing up.

    In the lead up to December, we will be getting festive in preparation for Christmas and our Pre-School children will be learning their lines and new songs for the nativity production that they will perform near the end of the year. It’s always a huge success and we cannot wait for this years show.

    Our Out of School Kids’ Clubs will have lots of activities to suit every child but also the opportunity to just chill out and spend time with friends. During the school holidays we will have a fun-filled, action-packed plan at our holiday Kids’ Club which operates all day between 7.00 am – 6.30 pm at Woodlands Kids’ Club.

    Looking forward to seeing you.
    Kids at Heart team

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