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Coffee Morning Questions
Before Sunshine Harvest Festival on Tuesday 17th October, we will be hosting a coffee morning for all parents. Jan, our office manager and Gemma Williamson, new head teacher will be available to chat with you and for you to ask any questions about Muriel Green Nursery or daycare. You are welcome to join us from 8.30-9.00
Vacancies at Muriel Green
We are currently advertising for level 3 Practitioners. Please see Teach in Herts or to contact the school directly to find out more.
Tax Free Childcare
YOU MUST APPLY IN AUTUMN TERM TO QUALIFY FOR 30 FREE HOURS IN JANUARY AND YOU MUST BRING YOUR 11 DIGIT NUMBER INTO THE OFFICE.
Please take a look at the new Childcare choices website: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk
This will help with accessing tax free childcare that is available for children up to the age of 11 and with applying for a voucher code for 30 funded hours if your child is in nursery school.
Nearly 180 people visited us on Open Day on Saturday 4th March and it was a fantastic session!
Parents were amazed to see how much there is for children to do during the day, many hadn’t seen all the activities available during the day before. It was good for the parents to see how confident and independent the children are now.
Making Bread Rolls
The Sunshine Room children have made bread rolls this term, there were lots of opportunities in all areas of learning and the children thoroughly enjoyed it as well!
Visual Recipe for Bread Rolls
Local MP Anne Maine visited us
4th November 2016, Anne Maine pictured with some of the children, the Chair of Governors Rebecca Blackstaffe, Bethan Jones, Vice Chair and Karen Ashton, Headteacher.
Read more in our Stop press 041116
Our Harvest Festival goods (2016) were given to Open Door.
Children in Need – We raised £75! Thank you very much. Children in Need
The Hot Cross Bun may have first been made in St Albans. Brother Thomas Rocliffe, a 14th Century monk at St Albans Abbey, developed an original recipe and distributed the bun to the local poor on Good Friday, starting in 1361. We thought we would have a go at making the Alban Bun! Alban Bun recipe Read more about the Alban Bun
And here is our Pizza Recipe