This morning we practised moving in lots of different ways and then practised controlling objects with our hands (catching) and feet.
The parents meeting with me tomorrow at 3:50pm are
Toby, Zoe, Rocco, Ilse, Maria, Peniel.
The meeting is for adults only but if you don’t have any child care, please come along with a quiet activity for your child to do.
Please arrive at the school punctuality and come to RBH ready to start at 3:50pm.
If you are unable to attend, please let me know.
These children have loved going to the moon! We didn’t have any cardboard box or colander donations but managed to find other things around the room to use. If you can provide us with these things, we would very much appreciate it.
Have your say on the future of Lambeth children’s centres
In addition to our two schools the Great North Wood Education Trust also manages three Lambeth children’s centres, providing a broad range of free activities and services for children under five and their families.
The government have reduced the amount of money that Lambeth can spend on children’s centres by £1.4 million and the council have put together a proposal detailing how they intend to make this saving whilst ensuring that children’s centre services are still accessible to families.
The current proposal includes reducing the number of core Lambeth children’s centres from 23 to 11, with 7 link centres (including Rosendale Children’s Centre) offering a more limited number of activities and 5 centres (including Cherry Tree Children’s Centre) no longer offering any children’s activities. There is no proposed change to the childcare services offered within our children’s centres.
We know many of you have accessed services within Lambeth children’s centres and are encouraging all local families to take part in Lambeth’s consultation process. You can do this online here or by picking up a Consultation Booklet from Rosendale Children’s Centre’s reception, completing the form inside and dropping it into the box provided.
The consultation will close at midnight on Sunday 10th February 2019.
Thank you for your support.
This week we are reading the book ‘Whatever Next!’ by Jill Murphy.
If you have a copy of this book at home that you wouldn’t mind us borrowing for the week, please send it in. Also if you could lend us any of the following for the week, we would appreciate it
-large cardboard boxes
-food packaging (biscuits boxes or tins/drinks bottles etc)
We hope to have a picnic on the moon like Baby Bear does in the book!
Thank you for your support
This morning we practised moving in lots of different ways using the apparatus.