Christmas party 2016
Our Christmas party was a huge success with special visit from Santa who was so happy to see the children asking them all their wishes for Christmas! There was also Peppa Pig and Iggle Piggle who entertained the children throughout the afternoon. The children put on a lovely show for the parents of some festive Christmas songs and played lots of fun games and enjoyed an array of delicious party food. A fun afternoon was had by all.
Children in Need
The Children really enjoyed our week of fun for Children in Need. We started the week with lots of fun Pudsy activities such as painting, sticking, and baking cakes and biscuits. We had a sponsored 'jump for Pudsy' where all the children got sponsored to spend an hour jumping, dancing, and singing along. Lots of fun and laughter was had by all. We ended the week with fancy dress and all the staff joined in and held a coffee and cake stall and a grand raffle. The Raffle items were kindly donated by local buisnesses which we at 'Little Angels' are so grateful for, and raised a total of £1000. Thanks to everyone for their kind donations.
Clwb 1, 2, 3
From November we have started to have a monthly visit from the wonderful Hannah Goodchild from Aberystwyth Arts Centre. She will be spending half hour sessions in each room doing movement dance and music. The children will really benefit from the sessions. We find that singing songs and saying rhymes on a regular basis are proven to enhance early language and communication skills and broaden your child's vocabulary. Actively participating in music making has been shown to strengthen children's cognitive and memory skills even more so than if they were simply listening. Moving to music, playing instruments and using props and puppets give children of all ages a chance to improve their gross and fine motor skills. Singing, dancing and playing instruments and musical games will also stimulate your child's creativity and imagination and acting out dramatic play and simple performance activities will encourage your child to make decisions and contribute ideas.