Enriching the children’s lives with different experiences is fundamental to childhood. We have been so lucky to visit the Frome Memorial Theatre where we met a Dame called Madam Fifi, we sang a song on stage and got to see what happens if they went to a show.
Litter Picking Week
The Pre-school class spent a week litter picking in our local park. We talked about items that are natural, the risks to our wildlife and what we can recycle. Frome Town Council heard what a wonderful job we were doing and so the Deputy Mayor joined us. Well done Pre-School children, you have made a difference to our community.
Macmillan Coffee Morning
Thank you for supporting us in our Coffee morning, we have raised an amazing £111!
Grandparents came to visit us at nursery. They had a little tour of the setting, a chance to play in their Grandchild’s room and then a lovely cup of tea to finish the visit.
We hope you have a lovely day and thank you for being wonderful
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We are delighted to be returning to visit the residents of Critchill Court. The Pre-School children will be visiting every Friday, throughout their session there will be lots of opportunities for interaction, fun and learning. Providing the opportunity for community involvement and interactions with different generations is extremely important to us, to evolve the children’s perception of the world in which they live in.
Grandparents are truly special and play such a key role in families, so we feel its important to celebrate them. They are welcome to have a tour of the setting, a play within their grandchild’s room and slice of cake with a lovely cup of tea. If you are interested in booking a slot, please speak to a member of the team but please hurry as availability is limited!
At Bright Stars Childcare, we believe in continually improving the care and service we provide to our families. We hold termly staff meetings where our Early Years Professional (Alice Morgan) carries out training updates with the team. In the last team meeting, we discussed our quality of teaching and recent updates on the Early Years Inspection Framework. As a team, we openly discussed how we would like to deliver the curriculum to our children, looking into our current planning and how we can support child initiated learning further. Here is our committed outcomes from the meeting and how our practitioners would like to deliver high quality education to our families.
Our fire engine visit
Aren’t we lucky? A Fire Engine came to visit us with some firefighters! The children were invited to sit in the cab of the engine and look at all the uniform that they wear. When they climbed out of the very tall engine, to use the hose to spray the water. They looked closely at the details on the Fire Engine that might help them fight fires. As the engine drove away, we even heard the sirens and seen the flashing lights!
Our nursery is situated in a large 1900 building and is close to Frome centre, Victoria park and local infant schools. Our building is safe, spacious and bright and allows us the space and flexibility to cater for the individual needs of the children.