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HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Don't forget.....
 

COFFEE MORNING FRIDAY 19TH JANUARY 10.45am
All parents and carers and Woodpeckers Children welcome even if Friday is not your normal day. Why not come along for a chat and a cuppa? Donations of cakes gratefully received on Friday morning.

Please be aware we have a child with a severe nut allergy attending Woodpeckers please do not put any nuts or nut products in your child's lunchbox. Thank you


Welcome to Woodpeckers Nursery

Early in 1996 the very successful After School Club at Bridge & Patrixbourne School was able to expand its premises. This meant that the building would be greatly improved and also vacant during the day. It was therefore decided to open a Nursery.

The Nursery then went into partnership with the After School Club and Playscheme in August 2002 to form a building committee Bridge Childcare Centre who became the owners and are in charge of the building and its maintenance. They managed to secure funding for a new building that replaced the old one.

The Nursery now has excellent, spacious facilities for pre-school children, which includes wet/dry area for “messy” play, purpose-built toilet facilities, a kitchen and cooking area and a small fenced astro-turfed area at the rear of the building for safe outdoor play.

The Nursery is not funded by K.C.C. or Bridge School and must be self-supporting. The Nursery is organised and administered by a committee of parents, teachers and local people. A very close friendship has been established with Bridge School and advice is always available to Nursery Staff for the carefully structured curriculum.



Although the Nursery is on Bridge School site, entry to the School is not automatic and it is the parent’s responsibility to visit the school of their choice and register the child.
If you are unsure which schools are available please do not hesitate to ask.

The Nursery is part of the school site and therefore parents are asked to recognise the importance of, and abide by the School site rules where they apply. This is particularly necessary when bringing and collecting your child. For the safety of all children and to avoid bus and staff parking problems, parents and carers may not bring cars on to the site or park on the drive at any time.

All children must be ‘handed over’ inside the Nursery. 



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