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Jellystone Park May Newsletter

Welcome to our May Newsletter. We will update you monthly with our newsletter, so please feel free to offer any comments or suggestions!!

We kindly ask parents if their child is not coming into crèche or going on holidays to let us know. Also as your child gets more vaccinations etc, we need to be updated on this as your Child Record Form needs to be updated too.

As your child progresses throughout the crèche we encourage independence and self care. In the wobbler room we encourage independently using a spoon. In the toddler room we encourage children to put on their own shoes, so please bare this in mind when buying clothing. Children can not manage laces but with some help can manage Velcro on their shoes. In pre-school we encourage each child to put on, remove and hang up their own hats coats and gloves. In Montessori we encourage each child to open and close their own coats etc, zippers are easier than buttons at first.

Here in Jellystone we want to provide as much support to our Parents as we can, and one idea is to promote any new business operated by our Parents. So if you have a new business you would like us to mention, please talk to June or Rachel.

Stackajack Products LTD, is a local start up by our own Jack Webb’s mum , Emma. The first innovative multi stage furniture piece is an amazing crib, that’s  a co-sleeper and turns into a table and chairs! They are also looking for new mums to be who might be interested in trialling the crib at the end of the summer. If you are interested in this product please do not hesitate to talk to us and we can pass on your details.

Parent participation, we didn’t ask but……….

If you would like to come and share something with us that you and the children would enjoy we’d love to hear from you, so please talk to Rachel. We are being deliberately vague on the but…. bit as we don’t want to limit your suggestions.

Many thanks, from Rachel and all the staff @ Jellystone park!!!


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