posted by lynzi-pond
February 2, 2022
1 min read
Our teams had spooktacular fun this October (2021), celebrating Halloween by creating a frightfully-fun pumpkin patch for children and parents at the nursery to enjoy.
Families were encouraged to come along to the nursery gardens and create a carved or decorated pumpkin with their child, culminating in a spooky pumpkin patch.
It is the first time parents have been officially welcomed into the nursery for such an activity since opening in March 2021, due to Covid-19 restrictions.
Deputy nursery manager, Emilie George, said: “It was brilliant to be able to finally invite parents into the nursery to take part in our spooktacular event.
“We’re keen to establish strong relationships with our families and our community and we’re looking forward to further opportunities like this across the year.
“The pumpkins have definitely brightened our garden space, and won’t go to waste as we can re-purpose them for our outdoor messy play activities, and even make bird feeders for the local wildlife that visit us - which the children will love to see.”