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FAB Guide Jan-Feb 2017 supplement.indd

WINTER / SPRING 2017 | FAB Guide 9 Campbeltown Nursery Centre – supporting a successful transition to Primary School Lochgilphead Primary School Pre-5 Unit Open Days Wednesday 1st February, 10am - 11am Friday 3rd February, 1.30pm - 2.30pm Parents and children are very welcome to come and visit us. Please Telephone: 01546 602747 Lochgilphead Primary School Pre-5 Unit Lochgilphead Primary School Pre-5 Unit provides a happy, caring and stimulating environment. We benefi t from custom built facilities that provide extensive opportunities for both indoor and outdoor play. All staff are qualifi ed and very experienced in the delivery of the early years’ curriculum, providing children with wellplanned and exciting experiences. Children regularly visit Kilmory Woods for Forest School activities enabling them to learn about the environment and develop a range of skills. The Pre-5 Unit has close links with Primary 1 thus offering an enhanced transition process into Primary education. Campbeltown Nursery Centre offers free quality early learning and childcare for all children from 3 years until they commence primary school. The Centre benefi ts from hosting Meadows Under Fives within the building which enables children to access all day care as they can attend sessions at both, along with the lunch club if required. Campbeltown Nursery Centre follows Curriculum for Excellence and offers a range of fun learning activities which supports children’s holistic development. The nursery has an excellent outdoor provision which enables children to participate in a range of fun outdoor learning opportunities through recourses such as the mud kitchen and the bug hotel. Campbeltown Nursery Centre works hard to ensure a successful transition takes place from Nursery to Primary School, regardless of school choice. Although Campbeltown Nursery Centre works in very close partnership with Castlehill Primary School they also work well with all local primary schools to support successful transitions to school meaning parents can make their decisions on school at a later date. Campbeltown Nursery Centre uses various toolkits to track, monitor and plan for children’s learning and has recently revamped their PE Programme which incorporates opportunities for children to participate in a range of sports such as football, swimming, gymnastics and golf. Registration Week at Campbeltown Nursery takes place week commencing Monday 20th February. Parents and Carers are welcome to pop in anytime throughout the week to complete a registration form or for a look round and to fi nd out more information.


FAB Guide Jan-Feb 2017 supplement.indd
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