We would like to say a huge congratulations to our Doune Terrace manager, Christine, on being shortlisted for NMT Nursery Manger of The Year.
Christine will head through to Glasgow tomorrow to be interviewed by a panel of judges along with 4 other finalists.
The award ceremony will take place on the 1st September, where the winner of the 2017 award will be announced.
We are all so proud of Christine on getting this far, it is a huge achievement and we have every confidence that she will go on to win the award.
Congratulations and good luck!
The toddlers at Doune Terrace braved the rain in North Berwick to visit Di’s Farm.
We gave Spot and Tiddles their milk and also fed the chickens.
It was nice to see Catherine the pig too.
We can’t wait to go back.
The Pre School children at Doune Terrace performed their Three Little Pigs show this week and it was fantastic!
Staff and parents were all bursting with pride as they enjoyed the children’s beautiful singing and story telling.
The Getting Ready for School Workshop will take place on Tuesday 20th June from 7pm – 8.30pm.
Maureen always has fantastic feedback from pre school parents on this event and most people find it very helpful and positive.
Parents who would like to attend, please can you confirm to your nursery manager by Friday 16th June.
We look forward to seeing you all there.
A big congratulations to Russell, one of our practitioners from Doune Terrace Nursery, on making it to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
What a huge achievement.
Any other vegetables you want to add,
1 Garlic Clove,
Pinch of Chilli Pepper,
1 Cup of Milk,
Pinch of Pepper,
1. Roast vegetables in the oven at 180 degrees
2. Scramble the eggs and add pepper
3. Add garlic and chilli pepper to the roasted vegetables
4. Top the dish with cheese, eggs and milk (1 cup) and cream (opional)
5. Bake for half an hour in oven at 180 degrees
6. Serve with a lovely fresh salad
The Toddlers at Doune Terrace have been creating beautiful pictures by spray painting.
Not only do these make lovely colourful pictures but using sprays is a great way to encourage mark making and develop fine motor skills.
Move over Bansky!
The babies at Doune Terrace have been helping Dougie weed out the garden, ready for us to plant our strawberry seeds.
It will be so exciting watching them grow into big juicy strawberries for all the children to pick later in the year.
The following staff are on annual leave during June:
Russell Timmins – 5th June to 16th June
Emma Sloan – 19th June to 30th June
Zowie Reidie – 26th June to 7th July