We have had two payments made to the nursery which we have been unable to allocate.
The details are as follows:
SL288473532710 0n 31st October
SL288473530311 on 7th November
If either of these payments look familiar, can you please contact Susan at email@example.com
The following staff are on annual leave during November:
Georgia – 6th to 10th November
Natalie– 13th to 17th November
Emma S – 20th to 24th November
I can’t believe we are already talking about the children starting school in August however, Primary 1 registration week is 6 to 10 November.
If your child’s date of birth is between 1 March 2013 and 28 February 2014, they are due to start primary school in August 2018. Even If you are thinking of deferring your child going to school you must still register them.
All City of Edinburgh Council schools are also holding an open day on Thursday 2nd November 2017.
There are posters up in the nurseries but if you wish to check your catchment schools please visit www.edinburgh.gov.uk/schoolplaces.
If you need more information about the open day and registering your child please contact your chosen school.
1 Large Onion,
2 Peppers (any colour) – chopped,
1 Courgette – chopped,
4 Baby Potatoes – halved,
4 Carrots – chopped,
1/2 Cauliflower – chopped.
1 Tins Tomatoes,
1/2 Fresh Red or Green Chilli – chopped,
15g Fresh Ginger – grated,
2 Cloves of garlic, mashed,
3 tsp Cinnamon,
3 tsp Cumin,
2 tsp Turmeric,
1 tsp Ground Coriander,
1 tbsp Vegetable Oil,
5 tbsp Mango Chutney,
1 Tin Coconut Milk,
4 tbsp Fresh Coriander – chopped,
1. In a large saucepan, fry the onions, all the vegetables, chilli and ground spices with a little vegetable on a medium heat until soft
2. Add the tin of tomatoes and mango chutney
3. Mix the coconut milk and fresh coriander then add to the saucepan
4. Simmer gently for 30 minutes
5. Serve with rice or a baked potato
Our Pre school children have been loving their space topic and have been learning all about the different constellations.
They have been busy making their own constellations using spaghetti and marshmallows.
We definitely have mini scientists in the making at Doune Terrace!
Our tweenies at Doune Terrace are taking advantage of this rather wet weather by getting wrapped up in their puddle suits to enjoy the nursery garden.
They had great fun playing together on the bikes, tractor and in the kitchen under the ramp.
So it seems it’s not just ducks that like this weather after all!
Just a wee reminder that we are holding our Curriculum and Nutritional Evening on Thursday 6.30pm-8.30pm.
This is a great opportunity for you to come and look around the nursery, find out more about the exciting learning activities that your child experiences and also a great chance to taste some of the delicious food Agnes cooks for the children.
This is an informal evening where you can pop in anytime between 6.30pm and 8.30pm.
Please drop Christine/Ruth wee email If you would like to come along.
2 Large Onions,
2 Peppers (any colour),
2 tbsp Tomato Puree,
2 Tins Tomatoes,
1 Tin Kidney Beans
1 tsp Ground Black Pepper,
2 tsp Paprika,
1 tsp Ground Ginger,
4 tsp Cinnamon,
4 tsp Cumin,
Beef or Vegetable Stock,
1. In a large saucepan, fry the onions, peppers and all the spices with a little vegetable on a medium heat until soft
2. Add the mince and cook until brown