Even though these uncertain times, Play Out childcare have been open and offering our services to families in our safe and secure nurseries.
Oh the joys of mud!
We loved this messy play with mud painting, mud milkshakes, muddy pool, swamp play and writing in mud.
Some school readiness photos and tips
The perfect time for planting vegetables and getting arty.
The pre-shool enjoyed the woods and secret fairy trees.
To help our budding young scientists we have been trying lots of different experiments.
Here are some of the activities we have been up to and some you can possibly try out at home.
Message photo collage from our teams.
We hope everyone is staying well and safe.
Here are a few ideas for you to do with your children & the best part is that these aren’t just for Earth day!
The nurseries will remain open to provide childcare for key workers in support of the National effort. Updates are being sent to parents and families via email. Please see letter sent today in this news feed.
Thank you all for your support.
Lots of celebrating and fun had today for World Book Day.
The new Holiday Club has begun at Play Out Hadleigh and Play Out Ipswich.
Broadening children’s horizons and celebrating different cultures and traditions.
The Christmas Fayre at Play Out Hadleigh raised a fantastic £679 to charity.
Plus lots of fun activities in the lead up to Christmas.
Lots of creativity, curiosity and focus were sparked during our campfire.
The love of baking continues!
Well done to two of our newly appointed staff who have just graduated from the University of Suffolk.
We have these brand new Clubs starting at Play Out Ipswich!!
The Pre-school Bake Off have fun in week 2 making Cheese and Onion rolls ? ?? ?
The children have been using their master baking skills this week to make sausage rolls and we had our first star baker ⭐️?
Autumn fun and learning in the Baby room
After a lovely summer break, the children have loved doing some gardening and created their first Bug Hotel ? ? ?
Play Out Ipswich have loved learning about different cultures, learning about different countries and designing their own flags, dressing up and trying lots of gorgeous food!!
The staff at Play Out Ipswich got muddy last Sunday for Cancer Research.
Lots of fun was had at our first ever Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Bonnet competition.
James met the children as they played in the garden and also joined them on a “bug hunt” in the nearby woods.
Lots of workshops were covered including:
• Communication with Children ??
• Developmentally Appropriate Practice ??
• Meaningful Observations ??
• Building Resilience, Effective Learning ?♀️?
Finishing with an Awards Ceremony ??