Following the popularity of our Christmas Craft Afternoon we hope you will join us this Sunday, 18 March, 2-4pm at the Chesterfords Community Centre for some fun Spring crafty creativity, stalls, cakes and refreshments!
Children will make six spring-related crafts to take home. Bring all the family to join in the fun and get crafty with us! £6 per child. Adults admitted free.
All proceeds to The Chesterfords Preschool. Thank you for your support.
Last year about 90 children enjoyed making 6 great crafts to take home including sparkling reindeer food in a Rudolph bag, to scatter in your garden for the reindeer on Christmas Eve. This year will there will be more exciting things to make, so come along for an afternoon of sticking, painting, creating and crafting.
There will also be a raffle with some more great prizes donated by many generous local businesses. In addition to this we have Christmas shopping opportunities with stalls including items created by our Preschool as well as Saffron Snugglies, Maple Syrup Crochet and Bibi's Cakes. Our talented staff will be face painting and there will be the usual delicious array of cakes, mince pies and refreshments to keep everyone happy. A great afternoon of entertainment and decorations to take home for just £6 per child. No need to book, just turn up with all the family!
The children will be learning that their body belongs to them and they should talk to a grown up they trust if they feel worried about anything. The aim is not to worry children, it is of course age appropriate and it's being delivered by an experienced NHSPCC member. The format will be, the children come in as usually for registration and then during circle timethe NSPCC leader will show the children a video and give them a very short talk. After that they will be doing a "pants" themed activity. Such as decorating pants or pin the pants on the dinosaur. The children will have a lot of fun doing this activity.
Please do have a look at the material on the NSPCC website. You will see the video there too https://www.nspcc.org.uk/preventing-abuse/keeping-children-safe/underwear-rule/