We wanted to remind Parents that we will be closed to all Term Time Only children (this includes all children at Bunting Pre-School and Polkadot Bridgetown) week commencing 26th October for Half Term. We will be open again from Monday 2nd November.
Please see below a link to our 2020/21 Calendar for future reference.
We’ve had some lovely feedback about our ‘French with Sophie’ videos which have been posted on our facebook page for children to watch from home.
If you haven’t already seen them, please follow the below link and don’t forget to like our page!
Click Here for the Polkadot Facebook Page
Please be aware that due to localised flooding our Seedlings Nursery and Bunting Pre-School will be closed tomorrow (Friday 15th November). All our other Nurseries and Pre-Schools are planning to open as usual.
Our Denim Clubs will continue as long as the school they are running from remains open. Please check for school closure updates using the following link –
We will continue to update you if there are any further changes.
Please see below our calendar for 2019-2020. On here you will see our term time dates and closure dates, this calendar is applicable for all Polkadot Nurseries and Pre-Schools.
Last week we explored our imagination by making camp fires using twigs and sticks. The children enjoyed digging up mud to make muddy pies for lunch and cooking pretend food and drink in the kitchen. We sat on the logs at the end of the session to talk about what activities we enjoyed while being in forest school.
We have been making shamrock pictures by printing with peppers to celebrate St. Patricks Day.
Christina Lilly – Peripatetic Practitioner
‘The children had great fun exploring Chinese food using their taste and smell senses. As part of our Chinese New Year celebrations we decorated the nursery with lanterns and read a story explaining the importance of them. We used chopsticks to paint pictures and explored different textures by messy play with noodles.’
Netta Hill – Pre-School Manager
“The children at Bunting celebrated Burns Day by making Scottish flags, trying Scottish shortbread and doing Highland dancing to Scottish music. The children were informed all about Robert Burns and that the 25th January was his birthday and how the Scottish people celebrate it. The children enjoyed listening to the music and participating in the dancing.”
Netta Hill – Bunting Pre-School Manager
Dear all parents,
As you you may all be aware we are predicted potential snow over the next few days. For any queries regarding the opening of any of our sites please call the following number where a voicemail will keep you updated.
We politely ask you do not call the nurseries or preschool’s directly.