Kool Kidz on Wellington September 2016 Newsletter
Welcome to the third newsletter of the year. Can you believe it is only 14 weeks until Christmas?
It’s been nonstop FUN at Kool Kidz on Wellington, as our children have had much enjoyment celebrating: National tree day, Jeans for genes, Book week, the Father’s Day afternoon tea, Educator appreciation week, weekly visits to the library truck, a visit from Kelly to share songs in Mandarin and a special visit from one of our Dad’s in a Police Car! Phew, and that was only the tip of the ice berg from the last term.
Kool Kidz on Wellington will be having an Open Day on 15th October 10am to 2pm. Please spread the word and invite your friends and extended family along to discover our professional, yet personal approach to your child’s development. Come and view our attractive and engaging environment, along with face painting, sausage sizzle, petting zoo and our cheeky mascot, the Kool Kid.
A big thank-you to our families for updating and returning the enrolment forms we recently sent out. This is an annual event and we can’t stress enough, how important it is that we have all your current contact details to ensure the safety of your child while under our care. At any stage, if your details or authorised pick up people etc. change, we need to be notified in writing and would appreciate an email or a visit at reception as soon as you can. Thanks!
Sabina, Carol and Gaby attended the Australian Childcare Alliance (ACA) two-day conference last month and returned truly inspired and ready to share their new found knowledge with the Kool Kidz team. All three commented that “This year’s educational program was exceptional in its diversity and comprehensive coverage of the National Quality Standards.” Carol reported that the ACA reached out to find Australia’s leading experts in early childhood development, curriculum and pedagogical practice and that the sessions focused on the importance of inclusive education practice that reflected the richness and diversity of the Australian community.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any queries, questions or messages. We always welcome feedback in the hope to better provide for our families, our children and our community.
The school holidays are nearly here and we hope everyone going away stays safe and that many happy memories are made.
Sabina, Carol & Karen