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Magheradroll Nursery News

March Rainbow News



   March 2015



Dear Parents,                                                                         

Welcome to the March edition of Rainbow News.    


Last month, we had our FAIRY TALES theme.

The children really enjoyed hearing about The Billy Goat’s Gruff, The Gingerbread man, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the beanstalk and our favourite Goldilocks and the three bears. They acted out the stories and dressed up in their favourite outfits.


As part of our Healthy Eating week, Mrs Canavan the Dental Hygienist came to talk about how to look after our baby teeth.

She also told us what happens on a visit to the dentist. She gave us all a new toothbrush and toothpaste to practice at home.



We had a special event to mark ‘WORLD BOOK DAY’ on Thursday 5th March.

The children came dressed in their favourite dressing up costumes. We read and dramatising our favourite Fairy Stories.



During the month of March, we will be starting a new topic on ‘Growing’.

We are going to be ‘gardeners. ’We have planted runner beans and broad beans in pots indoors. We are going to plant potatoes, beetroot, onions and pumpkins outdoors in the Wildlife  garden. We will have lots of vegetables in a few months.

Wednesday 10th March-visit from RSPB. ‘The Garden Mat’.

Catherine O'Boyle from the RSPB came to visit and tell us how to encourage wildlife into the garden.

She brought her garden mat and showed us all her 'animal 'friends'.




We are making great progress with our ‘Wildlife Acton Award Scheme’ and we will be submitting our entry next month.

Thank you to all who keep bringing in egg boxes and kitchen waste for the compost bin that we visit outdoors weekly.


The rhyme of the month is ‘Mary had a little lamb’.




Story of the month is ‘The Enormous Turnip’

Shape of the month is Oval.

We will be looking back at when we were babies.


We will also be finding out about baby animals and their names.

At circle time this month, we are focusing on the virtue of Responsibilityas part of our Emotional Intelligence Programme.

Talk to your child about looking after their belongings. Encourage them to do little jobs around the house. They are being encouraged to put on their own coats, tidy up after themselves in Nursery and work as a team when putting things away.


We are encouraging the children to eat healthy snacks as part of the daily snack time routine. They are encouraged to try different textures and flavours as part of a healthy lifestyle. These habits form part of our ongoing Dental Health Programme’ –3,2,1 Dental Health award scheme-SAFE SNACKS FOR TEETH.*Please take time to read the leaflet sent home.*

Support your child by reminding them to brush their teeth every night and every morning.*


Parental interviews for the morning group  Monday 2nd March.

Parental interviews for the afternoon group Monday 9th March.

Tuesday 17th March-St. Patrick’s day

Wednesday 18th March-- School development day

Thursday 2nd April-Nursery closes for Easter break at 11.00am. ( no afternoon session)

Easter Holidays 3rd -12th April. New Term starts Monday 13th April.

Monday 4th May –Bank Holiday






Happy Birthday to Sienna and Rita.


Songs and Rhymes for March.                        

Mary had a little lamb.

Mary had a little lamb.

It’s fleece was white as snow.

And everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go.

It followed her to school one day, which was against the rules.

It made the children laugh and play, to see a lamb at school.


Hot Cross Buns    

Hot cross buns, hot cross buns.

One a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns.                          

If you have no daughters, give them to your sons;

One a penny, two a penny, hot, cross buns.                      



One potato

One potato, two potato, three potato, four.

Five potato, six potato, seven potato more.

--children hold out hands and make two fists. Leader taps all the fists in the group and their own until the rhyme ends .On the word ‘more’, each child puts a hand behind their back. Continue with chant until only one fist left-that’s the winner!



Eggs are laid by turkeys, eggs are laid by hens.

Eggs are laid by robins, eggs are laid by wrens.

Eggs are laid by eagles, eggs are laid by quail.

Pigeons, parrots, peregrines;

And that’s how every bird begins.


Little Peter Rabbit

Little Peter rabbit has a fly upon his nose.(repeat 3 times)

He flipped it and he flopped it and the fly flew away.

Floppy ears and curly whiskers (repeat 3 times)

He flipped it and he flopped it and the fly flew away.    


Have you seen the little ducks?

Have you seen the little ducks swimming in the water?

Mother, Father, baby ducks,

Grandmamma and daughter.

Have you seen them dip their bills, swimming in the water?

Mother, father, baby ducks,

Grandmamma and daughter.

Have you seen them flap their wings, swimming in the water?

Mother, father, baby ducks,

Grandmamma and daughter.



Chook, chook, chook.

Chook, chook, chook, chook, chook, chook, chook-‘good morning Mrs Hen’!

How many chickens have you got? Madam I’ve got ten.

Four of them are yellow, four of them are brown.

Two of them are speckled red, the nicest in the town!



Easter Bunny

Easter Bunny’s ears are flopping. Easter Bunny’s feet are hopping.

Nose is soft and fur is fluffy. Tail is short and powder puffy!  



Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall. Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.

All the king’s horses and all the king’s men,

Couldn’t put Humpty together again.

(an alternative rhyme)

Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall, eating black bananas.

Where do you think he put the skins?-Down the king’s pyjamas!


Monday 16th March –Library visit

Library Book Change day every Friday.








Mrs Colette O’Hare and Mrs Lisa Connolly.


February Rainbow News



   February 2015


Dear Parents,    

Welcome to the February edition of Rainbow News. We had a busy month in January with our ‘ice’ theme. We made ice balloons and ice cubes!

The weather was so cold, we put water outside overnight and ‘Jack Frost’ turned the water into ice! We watched everything shrink, melt and disappear.


The ice balloon is solid and freezing to touch.


Keeping our hands warm with a hot water bottle.

The North wind has brought the snow.



A snowgirl at Nursery!


Filling up the bucket with snow.

Scraping the snow with a spade.

My bucket is filled with snow.

  The birdcake seeds stick to our fingers.

We made bird cake for the birds and completed the RSPB BIG SCHOOL BIRD WATCH. We found out some birds names and habits.

If you would like more information go to


During the month of February, we begin our ‘Fairy Tales theme.



The story of the month is    

Goldilocks and the Three Bears.





Rhyme of the month is ‘Hey Diddle Diddle’



At circle time this month, we are focusing on the theme of ‘Kindness’ as part of our Emotional Intelligence Programme.

We have been talking about kind and unkind hands as part of our rules. We are also finding out about kind and unkind words we say to each other.

Talk to your child about how it feels when someone is kind (or unkind) to you and what makes a kind friend.


Parents are encouraged to check on their child’s head regularly for head lice and treat if necessary.

We have a leaflet available called ‘Once a week, take a peek’. For more information, a copy of the head lice policy is available on request.




We are having a HEALTHY FOOD WEEK at the end of the month with an emphasis on looking after our teeth.


We will have a visit from the Dental health nurse Mrs Deirdre Canavan on 25th February.

She will help us find out about good food and drinks to keep our bodies fit.We will talk about healthy teeth

and foods and drinks to avoid.





Monday 9th February-Nursery Closed –Teacher Training day

Mid-Term break-16th to 20th February.


Parent Teacher interviews for Morning group on Monday 2nd March.

Parent Teacher interviews for afternoon group on Monday 9th March.

Nursery Unit is open as normal for both groups.



As part of our Wildlife Action awards, we are reducing re-cycling and re-using in the Nursery. We would like you to help us by donating egg boxes, egg shells, used teabags and vegetable peelings for our compost bin.


We will be singing Nursery rhymes and telling Fairy Tales as part of our theme.

Learning and reciting rhymes is an excellent way for your child to develop language skills and increase vocabulary.

Rhythm and rhyme significantly enhances early reading skills and phonetic awareness.


Songs and Rhymes for February.

There was a Princess long ago,                                             

Long ago, long ago,

There was a princess long ago, long ago.

And she lived in a big high tower etc

One day a fairy waved her wand etc

The Princess slept for a hundred years etc

A great big forest grew around etc

One day a Prince came riding by etc

He took his sword and he chopped them down etc

This made the Princess waken up etc

So everybody’s happy now etc



 When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears.

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears, what did her blue eyes see?

A bowl that was huge, a bowl that was small, a bowl that was tiny and that was all, and she counted them one two three.

When Goldilocks…..

A chair that was huge, a chair that was small, a chair that was tiny and that was all, and she counted them, one, two, three.

When Goldilocks….

A bed that was huge, a bed that was small, a bed that was tiny and that was all, and she counted them one, two, three.

When Goldilocks…..

A bear that was HUGE, a bear that was SMALL, a bear that was TINY and that was all, and they growled at her GRR,






Pancake day---(17th February),

Mummy made pancakes on Tuesday,  

She tossed them in the air,

One fell on the table, One fell on the chair.

One fell on the cooker, one fell on the grate;

But lucky for me, I had three-

Because they fell on my plate.


Rice and Tuna, Rice and Tuna,

(to the tune of FrereJacques)

Beans on toast, beans on toast.

Pizza and spaghetti, pizza and spaghetti,                        

Pancake roll, pancake roll.



If you should meet a giant,

Don’t say ‘You’re very tall’!

Or he might take you in his hand…………….

And say ‘You’re very SMALL!’.



 Once I saw a little bird go hop, hop, hop’

And I said little bird won’t you stop, stop, stop.

I went over to the window to say ‘how do you do

But he shook his little tail and way he flew!



Hey Diddle Diddle

Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle,      

The cow jumped over the moon.

The little dog laughed to see such fun,

And the dish ran away with the spoon.


Birthdays in February

   Coleen and Jack



  Thursday 5th March is WORLD BOOK DAY.

Come to Nursery dressed as your favourite ‘Fairy Tale’ character

or be a PRINCE or PRINCESS for the day!


Thank you for your continuing support,

Mrs Colette O’Hare and Mrs Lisa Connolly.


December Rainbow News



Christmas Edition  

December 2014


Dear Parents,                

                       The children enjoyed the ‘People Who Help Us’ theme in November. They enjoyed getting dressed as Doctors, Nurses, Fire fighters and Police Officers. We had a visit from Frances the Lollipop Lady. She told us all about her important job and how to keep safe on the roads now that the dark days of Winter are creeping in. We also put on dressing gowns and slippers and pretended to go to bed. We made toast and drank hot chocolate.




 We dressed up as People Who Help Us.



Here are some of the things your child will be involved in during the month of December.


The Theme of the month is Christmas.   

The story of the month is ‘The First Christmas’

The shapes of the month are stars.    

The rhyme of the month is ‘Little Jack Horner’.

  • We will be learning about the true meaning of Christmas.
  • We will begin to write and understand the meaning of print---cards and letters.
  • We will become more aware of the passage of time-countdown to Christmas.
  • We will be counting numbers, presents, parcels, letters and understanding 1:1 correspondence.
  • We will develop our fine motor skills when making decorations and wrapping presents from junk boxes


The shop has been turned into a Christmas Gift shop. You can choose a large or small gift for someone special at Christmas.

You can wrap your own present and put it under the tree. We are writing letters to Santa and posting Christmas cards

in our special Christmas Post Box.

At circle time we are focusing on the virtue ofGenerosity as part of our Emotional Intelligence programme.

Talk to your child about how to share and help others who are in need. Talk about how we give and receive presents at Christmas time.

Think of all the ways we can be generous and share our time with the elderly and the lonely.


We are focusing on our next rule-

We share, tidy and look after our toys.

We are learning how to share with others and wait for our turn. We know where to put the toys at tidy time now

and we are trying very hard to look after them all and handle them with care.



Frances the Patrol Lady came to visit.  




A Special Christmas Bus trip is organised to FROZEN WINTER WONDERLAND in the Saint Patrick Centre, Downpatrick.

There is a cost of £10 for transport and entrance fee.

The Santa visit for the Morning group is on the Wednesday 17th December from 9.00am-11.30am.

The Santa visit for the Afternoon group is on Wednesday 17th December is from 12.30pm-3.00pm.


Open Day for new Nursery intake for 2014/2015 is on Wednesday 10th December from 2.00pm -3.00pm.

             *There is no afternoon session due to this event.*


Open day for the new Primary 1 intake in St. Patrick’s is on Tuesday 16th December

from 2.00pm-3.00pm.


The morning group will visit on Monday 15th December at 10.45am

The afternoon group will visit on Monday 15th December at 2.15pm..

*Please ensure that your child wears a coat/hat every day as the weather is getting colder.*


Happy   December  birthday to Samuel,

Anna –Mae, Olly, Abbie, Jake, Olivia, Ryan,

Ruby K and Eva M.


There will be a Christmas Party for both groups on Friday 19th December.

*The children may come wearing their ordinary clothes on that day.*



Don’t forget to return your book bag and change your book every Friday.




There will be a presentation of BEST attendance certificates and prizes on the 18th December at the Nursery Nativity.



The Welly Boot Walk raised £733 for Children in Need.

An amazing amount! Pudsey Bear says a ‘BIG’ thank you.








 We are presenting a Nursery Nativity on 18th December in the unit.

Please come and hear our Christmas songs and watch the children perform.

Morning group is at 11.00am and afternoon group is at 2.30pm.

As space is limited in the unit, we ask that only two family members may attend per child.




Songs and Rhymes for December.

(Some old and some new songs to sing along with your child)

Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat.

Please put a penny in the old man’s hat.

If you haven’t got a penny, a halfpenny will do.

If you haven’t got a halfpenny then God Bless you! 








Away in a manger, no crib for a bed.

The little Lord Jesus laid down his sweet head.

The stars in the bright sky looked down where he lay;

The little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay.                      



Jingle bells,

Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way. Oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh;

Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way,

Hooray for dear old Santa Claus, hooray for Christmas day!  



Little Jack Horner, sat in a corner, eating his Christmas pie.

He put in his thumb and pulled out a plum and said-

What a good boy am I!


Santa Claus----an action rhyme

I’ve seen a Santa jolly and fat. (hold arms out in front of tummy)

He strokes his beard this way and that. (pretend to stroke beard)

He puts his pack into his sleigh (pretend to put packages into sleigh)

Then off he goes—up, up and away. (swing arms upwards)


Christmas pudding, (tune of Frere Jacques)

Christmas pudding, Christmas pudding

Piping hot, Piping hot, Let’s put on some ice-cream,

Eat the lot, eat the lot.            



Merry Christmas (tune of Farmer wants a wife)

1.Christmas time is here, Christmas time is here,

Merry Christmas everyone, Christmas time is here,

2.It’s time to trim the tree, It’s time to trim the tree,

Merry Christmas everyone, it’s time to trim the tree.

3.It’s time to wrap the gifts, It’s time to wrap the gifts,

Merry Christmas everyone, It’s time to wrap the gifts,

3.Santa will soon be here, Santa will soon be here,

Merry Christmas everyone, Santa will soon be here.  




Christmas Holidays-

The unit is closed on Tuesday 23rd December at 11.00am.

Nursery re-opens on Wednesday 7th January 2015.

Merry Christmas everyone and thank you for all your support in 2014.

Wishing you and your families a very Happy New Year!

From Mrs O’Hare and Mrs Connolly.


January Rainbow News



   January 2015




 Dear Parents,                    

Welcome back to a new year! It is great to see all the children back after their Christmas break. They enjoyed all the Christmas preparations and had fun making, creating, cooking and singing.

The term ended with a successful Christmas Nativity and a class party. Our trip to see Frozen in Downpatrick was memorable.

The images can be viewed on the on ‘gallery’.

Here are some of the things your child will be involved in during the month of



We will transform our setting into a ‘WINTER WONDERLAND’ with icicles, snowflakes, snow blankets, warm gloves, hats and scarves, a snow den, Polar bears, snowmen and ice balloons.

  • The theme of the month is Winter and we will be observing the changes in the weather, doing our RSPB bird watch.

We will be learning about:

  • The properties of water.
  • Scientific concepts-freezing, melting, solids, liquids.
  • Caring and feeding birds in winter.
  • Exploring sensory experiences.
  • Different climates and cultures and learning about Polar regions.
  • Introducing new vocabulary associated with ‘WINTER’ theme.

The story of the month is


The rhyme of the month is ‘The North wind doth blow’.


At circle time we are focusing on the virtue of ‘Self Worth’ as part of our Emotional Intelligence programme. We will be finding out what makes us so special and thinking about

all the things we are good at. Take time to find out what makes your child feel good about themselves and how important they are in the world.


Here are our rule reminders for the Nursery;

*We listen to adult’s instructions.

*We never run indoors.

*We use kind hands, kind words and kind feet.

*We share, tidy up and look after our toys.

The children are helping each other to follow the rules to keep everyone safe and be alert at all times and places.


There is a fitness programme called ‘Monkeynastix’ currently running in the main school. This is going to be extended to the Nursery unit.

Morning session every Thursday starting on 22nd January @11.30am.Children participating will be taken to the Main school hall. The Session ends at 12.10pm.

Afternoon session every Friday starting on 23rd January @11.30am. Parents bring children who are participating directly to the Primary school foyer. Pauline's team will bring the children to the hall and return them to the afternoon Nursery session.


Application forms for Nursery should be completed and returned to school.

Application forms for Primary School should be returned to the school of your choice. Closing dates for Nursery Unit and Primary One enrolment in September 2015 is  

                         Wednesday 14th January at 12noon.









School development day on Monday 9th February

Mid-term break from Monday 16th February –Friday 20th  February.

Nursery Unit closed on these dates.



We hope the children enjoyed receiving their complimentary ‘BOOKSTART’ story bag .Enjoy reading and retelling the stories at home and bedtimes.




Songs and Rhymes for January.

The north wind doth blow,and we shall have snow;

And what will the robin do then poor thing?

He’ll sit in a barn, to keep himself warm,

And tuck his head under his wing, poor thing.


Five fat Polar bears (to the tune of ten green bottles)

Five fat Polar bears sliding in the snow;

Five fat Polar bears sliding in the snow;

And if one fat Polar bear fell and hurt his nose;

There’d be four fat Polar bears sliding in the snow.  

Four fat Polar bears.........etc  



Five little penguins

Five little penguins went fishing in the sea.

They slid on the ice and they went wheeee.....!

One little penguin bumped his head,

His mummy then sent him straight to bed.

Four little penguins...etc


Baa Baa white sheep,

have you any wool?

No Sir, no Sir, no bags full. None to mend the jumpers,

none to mend the frocks.

And none to mend the little boys with holes in their socks!



One day we built a snowman,(this fits the tune of ‘My old man’s a dustman’)

We built him out of snow.

You should have seen how fine he was, all white from top to toe.

We poured some water over him, to freeze his legs and ears;

And when we went indoors to bed, we thought he’d last for years.

But in the night a warmer kind of wind began to blow;

And Jack frost cried and ran away, and with him went the snow.

When we went out next morning to bid our friend ‘Good day’,

There wasn’t any snowman there.......He’d melted right away.



We are getting ready for the ‘Big School’s Big Garden Bird Watch’ at the end of the month.

If you would like more information go to





           *Don’t forget!- Friday is library book change day*     





January Birthdays---

‘Happy birthday’ to Rogan, Callum and Conor.






Well done to Adam, Anna-Mae, Aoife, Ciara A, Eva M,

Jake, Jamie, Rita, Rory and Ruby Mc C for

100% attendance for the first term. Congratulations!

A word of thanks for your generous gifts and cards at Christmas and thank you for your continuing support. Best wishes to all for 2015.

From Mrs O’Hare and Mrs Connolly.


November Rainbow News





Dear Parents,                

                       The children enjoyed the Farm theme in October and created lots of pictures. They had fun singing the songs about the farm. In their creative theme, they made scary bats, ghosts and paper plate pumpkins to take home. Everyone looked amazing in their Halloween outfits at the sharing party. The children made chocolate apples on sticks with extra sprinkles. We completed ouf fundraiser walk in our ‘wellies’. Thank you so much for your generosity. The Final total  is an amazing £733!


Fancy Dress Halloween party fun!

Here are some of the things your child will be involved in during the month of November.

The Theme of the month is ‘People who help us’.    

   We will be focusing on the Emergency Services and the important job that they do.

We are introducing a Road Safety element into outdoor play.

'Frances' the local patrol lady will be coming to talk to the children about her job and how to keep safe when we are out

and about on the footpaths and crossing the road.

The children will be participating in role play as Police officers, Fire fighters and Paramedics.


The house corner has a night time theme where the children are invited to get ready for bed complete with slippers,dressing gowns, teddies, bedtime stories, pillows and bedding.

The story of the month is ‘Can’t you sleep Little Bear?



The rhyme of the month is ‘Wee Willie Winkie.’

Song of the month is                    

Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star

At circle time we are focusing on the theme of Forgiveness’ as part of our Emotional Intelligence programme.

Talk to your child about how to be a good friend and what to do if someone hurts you. Talk about how we use our hands to help and not to hurt others. We use kind words like ‘Please’ and ‘Thank you’. Talk about why it is important to say “sorry”.

We are focusing on our next rule-  

We use kind hands, kind feet and kind words.




The children were involved in their first FUNDRAISER on the 23rdOctober. We went for a Welly boot walk to the top of the hill and saw all of Ballynahinch! We are overwhelmed by your generosity. We reached a target of £733 which is AMAZING!

The money has gone to CHILDREN IN NEED. Thank you so much for your support.





We are introducing a new award this term. We are celebrating the best attendances at the end of each term .

The BEST ATTENDERS will be named in the December Rainbow News .A photograph will be displayed in the unit

and the winners will receive a token PRIZE !


We are visiting the library as a ‘Special Class Wide reward’ to hear some seasonal stories.

Morning group will visit on Monday 24th November at 10.50am.

The Afternoon group will visit at 2.15pm

Nursery pick up times are as normal.



The children will be visiting ‘Santa Claus’ in The St.Patrick Centre in Downpatrick

on 17th December and travelling by bus.


Morning group will be on 17th from 9am until 11.30am.

Afternoon group from 12.30pm-3.00pm.

                           More details next month.


Songs and Rhymes for November


Late at Night (to the tune of Frere Jacques) 

Late at night, late at night,

Whoo, whoo, whoo; whoo, whoo, whoo.

I can hear the owls call, way up in the tree tall,

                                 Whoo, whoo, whoo; whoo, whoo, whoo.

Wee Willie Winkie.                         

Wee Willie Winkie, runs through the town.

Upstairs and downstairs in his nightgown.

Rapping at the windows, peeping through the locks;      

Are all the children in their bed?

                                 It’s past eight o’clock.


Twinkle, Twinkle little star

Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder what you are.

Up above the world so high, like a diamond in the sky.

Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder what you are.

When the blazing sun is gone, when he nothing shines upon;

When you show your little light, twinkle, twinkle through the night.

Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder what you are.


I see the moon                                                

I see the moon, the moon sees me,

God bless the moon and God bless me.



Ten in the bed

There were ten in the bed and the little one said,

’Roll over’, roll over;

So they all rolled over and one fell out....there were nine in the bed .................etc  



Hush, little baby (a song to sing you to sleep)

Hush little baby, don’t say a word. Mama’s gonna buy you a mockin’ bird. ( or Papa)

If that mockin’ bird don’t sing, Mamma’s gonna buy you a diamond ring.

If that diamond ring turns brass, Mamma’s gonna buy you a looking glass.

If that looking glass gets broke, Mamma’s gonna buy you a billy goat.

And if that billy goat won’t pull, Mama’s gonna buy you a cart and bull.

And if that cart and bull fall down, you’ll be the sweetest little baby in town.



Five little firemen standing in a row,
1 2 3 4 5 lets go.
Jump on the engine with a SHOUT,
As quick as a wink the fire is out.

Four little firemen standing in a row,
1 2 3 4 woosh lets go.
Jump on the engine with a Shout
As quick as a wink the fire is out.

Three little firemen standing in a row,
1 2 3 woosh woosh lets go.
Jump on the engine with a Shout
As quick as a wink the fire is out.

Two little firemen standing in a row,
1 2 woosh woosh woosh lets go.
Jump on the engine with a Shout
As quick as a wink the fire is out.

One little firemen standing in a row,
1 woosh woosh woosh woosh lets go.
Jump on the engine with a Shout
As quick as a wink the fire is out. 



Miss Polly had a dolly

Miss Polly had a dolly who was sick, sick, sick.

So she phoned for the doctor to be quick, quick, quick.

The doctor came with his bag and his hat.

He knocked on the door with a rat-a-tat-tat!    

He looked at the dolly and he shook his head;

And he said ‘Miss Polly put her straight to bed.

He wrote on a paper for a pill, pill, pill.

‘I’ll be back in the morning-yes I will, will, will.



Happy November Birthday to---

Katie ,Orla, Kierra,Eva C, Padraig and Freya.

Thank you for all your continuing support,

Mrs Colette O’Hare---   Nursery teacher

Mrs Lisa Connolly ---Nursery Assistant