End of Year at Tree House

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Tree House staff in end of term mood

A nice little ceremony took place at Audlem Tree House on Friday when seven small veterans said goodbye before moving on to big school next term.

Each child was presented with a colourful certificate and a baby Christmas Tree which, Ralph hopes, will eventually become big enough to grace the village square at the appropriate time.

The Tree House staff were also in end-of-term mood, looking forward to a well-earned break before it all starts again in September.

And September will bring increased scope and activity at Tree House as the range of children attending is extended to two-year olds for the first time. The traditional activities will continue, of course, offering a combination of learning and play designed to prepare the children for the day they start at St James Primary school just next door.

Any enquiries about the Tree House and its activities should be addressed to Hilary Serif on 01270-812413, or e-mail to audlemtreehouse@hotmail.co.uk" target="_blank">audlemtreehouse@hotmail.co.uk

 

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