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Cotmanhay Infant and Nursery School

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Nursery Cubs 2 year nursery

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Nursery Cubs

Useful stories, appropriate for children about Coronavirus and staying at home.

 

      

 

A story to share about social distancing.

Keeping in Touch - March 2020

 

Over the next few weeks the staff will be missing the children so much. We would love to see what you are all getting up and keep in touch. Please email over any photos you would be happy for us to add to our photo gallery to share with the children and their families. Please also feel free to use the email addresses below to keep in touch. 

Missing you all lots, The Bears and Cubs Teams xxxx

 

nbailey4@cotmanhay-inf.derbyshire.sch.uk - Mrs Bailey - Bears

ehaddon@cotmanhay-inf.derbyshire.sch.uk - Mrs Haddon - Cubs

 

Community Spirit - March 2020

 

Now more than ever community spirit is needed. Please remember to follow all of the governments advice and stay safe. Please stay safe and look after yourselves.  

 

Chase the Rainbow

 

Children around the country are being encouraged to paint, draw and create a rainbow and stick these in your window at home. This is to spread hope and happiness at a time which it is most needed. Children can also go "rainbow spotting" if they go out for a walk with their families - please remember the crucial advice regarding social distancing and staying at home. 

 

Click the rainbow image for the news article relating to Chase the Rainbow.

 

⭐️ Star Cubs ⭐️

 

Each week in Cubs two children- one from the morning session and one from the afternoon session are chosen to be our Star Cubs. This is to reward positive behaviours and attitude throughout the week. They are rewarded with a 'Star Cub' certificate.

 

 

Smile4Life

 

 

We are part of the Smile4Life project and encourage children to brush their teeth everyday. Staff are fully trained by health professionals. This project aims to promote good oral hygiene routines from an early age and has been shown to improve children's dental health.

 

All of our children are currently taking part and they each have an individual toothbrush in nursery. As part of the nursery routine the children brush their teeth daily.

 

 

 

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