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IMPORTANT:

UPDATE: The pre-school will also be closed on Monday 29 November 2021.

Cregagh Pre-School will be CLOSED from Thursday 25 November 2021 – Friday 26 November 2021 (inclusive) due to problems with the heating system in the room. We will reopen on Tuesday 30 November 2021. If you need any more information, please contact Julie Duncan. Her contact details are on the Home page of this website.

Makaton:

The staff at Cregagh Pre-school have been learning a few Makaton signs each week to help better communicate with children who find it difficult to/can’t communicate verbally. Scroll below to see some of the important signs we have been learning:

Christmas Holidays:

Cregagh Pre-School will be closed from Monday 20th December 2021–Monday 3rd January 2022 (inclusive).

Pre-School will open again on Tuesday 4th January 2022.

Important Information:

Covid regulations:

* Please remember social distancing when gathering to drop off/ collect your child.

* Please wear a mask or shield when speaking to a member of staff. 

* Bags or toys from home are NOT permitted into the Pre-School room. 

* Please do NOT bring your child to Pre-School if they are running a temperature or are showing any symptoms of COVID-19. Keep them home with you and speak to a doctor if necessary. 

Times:

* From Monday, 3 October 2021, your child will stay for the full 3 hours (9am-12 noon). 

Social Media:

* We have a closed group on Facebook for parents only. Search for: Cregagh Pre-School Parents Forum, where you will need to ask to become a member. During the year, we will post photos and information relevant to our pre-school here. 

Snack money: 

* Please bring snack money for the week (£3.50) every Monday

* We will provide your child with a healthy snack and drink. 

Monthly Themes:

In Cregagh Pre-School, we follow a different theme each month. The theme for November is Myself/My Family. We will be talking about the different people in our families such as mum, dad, sister and brother. The children will also get a chance to draw their own self portrait and learn more about themselves: their likes, dislikes and appearance. To help your child in this area you can talk about various family members, using the correct vocabulary such as mum and dad, and discuss how some people in our family live with us whilst others don’t.

Education Authority Parenting Advice:

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