Wiltshire Council are about to embark on updating their Childcare Sufficiency audit and are keen to learn what parents and carers of children aged 0-14 (0-19 for SEND children) think about childcare options in Wiltshire. We encourage all parents at Broad Town Pre-School to complete their survey, by
The children have been letting their creativity run riot in forest school this month, and have recently been painting using blackberries. These fantastic purple fruits have been picked, squished and used for everything from painting pictures to decorating trees!
The money raised by the children in this year’s Trikeathon has been put to fantastic use and our new building blocks have arrived! The children have had lots of fun building all sorts of things since the new blocks arrived at the beginning of this term, from a house and towers, to a bridge, a
Today’s Forest School session was a stream walk. The children took great delight in using dipping nets and magnifying glasses to find mini-beasts in the water – after all, who can resist the chance to go wading in wellies?
What a fantastic Sports Day we had this year! Having practiced hard, the children gave their very best effort in each of the events – everyone was a winner and every child received a medal to take home! Thank you to all the family and friends who came along to give their support.
We are all enjoying our new buffet style snack time with our lovely new table! The children have more independence choosing and serving their own food and pouring their own drinks. They have said: “Its more fun.” “I like using the tweezers to pick up my food.” “I like
Our children had a brilliant time pitting their trike-riding skills against Jennie’s fiendish trike course. Older brothers and sisters joined in the fun and the sponsorship and refreshments sales raised an amazing £630.27! A huge thank you to everyone who took part, baked cakes and came along
Great news we managed to incubate and hatch 7 chicks, 6 quail chicks and 1 golden pheasant. The children really enjoyed being part of incubating the eggs, counting down the days till they hatched and caring for the chicks. It was an invaluable hands on learning experience for us all!
Our wonderful Scarecrow Queen was awarded third place in the Broad Town village Scarecrow Trail competition as part of the Queen’s 90th Birthday celebrations! She was a runner up to a royal horse and jockey, and a guard complete with cake and corgi. Many thanks and congratulations to all who h
What a fantastic day we had celebrating the Queen’s official 90th birthday as part of our Kings and Queens theme! The sun shone, the children played and lots of scones were eaten (with jam and clotted cream of course…). Many thanks to everyone who helped out in any way – baking, co