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Hello and welcome to  Rosemary’s website. 

I hope you find what you need by browsing the website but please let us know if there’s something you need but can’t find. We are always glad to have feedback and to use it to improve our services. 

A warm welcome awaits you  every day at Rosemary  Nursery School and Children's Centre.

Best wishes,

Toni Glazzard
Head Teacher and Head of Centre

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Rosemary News

13

Jan

2017

COMMUNICATION LANGUAGE AND LITERACY WORKSHOPS

Author: Sarah Dodge

Find out how to help your child develop communication and language skills.

 

Early Years 2 workshops - Wednesday 18th January and Wednesday 25th January

 

Early Years 1 workshops to follow

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10

Jan

2017

MATHS WORKSHOP

Author: Sarah Dodge

Come and find out how children begin to develop early maths skills. 

Wednesday 1st February 2017

9.00 – 10.00; or 12.30  - 1.30 

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10

Jan

2017

CHINESE NEW YEAR

Author: Sarah Dodge

CHINESE NEW YEAR – MONDAY 30TH JANUARY

 

Please help us celebrate Chinese New Year on Monday 30th.  We will be having a party between 2.00 and 3.00.

Please bring food to share.Image result for chinese new year 2017

 

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29

Nov

2016

M shed trip - Thursday 22nd December

Author: Sarah Dodge

Family Trip to visit the M Shed Museum in the Bristol Harbour.

Lots of exploring and interesting exhibits for children. 

Meet 10am at Rosemary Nursery.Image result for m shed bristol

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18

Nov

2016

SAVE NURSERY SCHOOLS

Author: Sarah Dodge

NURSERY SCHOOLS AT RISK

Despite evidence of the long-term difference we are making to children’s lives, the future of our NURSERY SCHOOLS is seriously threatened. 

The government's consultation paper (Early Years Funding: changes to funding for 3 & 4 year olds 11/8/16) outlines proposals that will leave Nursery schools financially nonviable, potentially forcing them to close. This funding will not cover basic costs, let alone staffing with qualified teachers. The link and further information can be found at https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/171052

 

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