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  • 16/10/19

    Children's Centre Closure

    As you may be aware The Wharf Children's Centre is now closed.  The new Family Centres  (Loseley Fields in Godalming and Hale in Farnham) are being run by Barnardos and will be fully operational by mid-November. If you require any support in the meantime please contact the Surrey Fa...
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  • 12/09/19

    Broadwater Lodge Playgroup starts again on Tuesday 17th September 10-11am

    We welcome all 0-4 year-olds with their parents / carers to this playgroup which starts up again on Tuesday 17th September at Broadwater Lodge Care Home (Summers Road, Godalming, GU7 3BF, opposite Broadwater School). The aim is to benefit both the elderly residents of the...
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  • 13/06/19

    Update on our Children’s Centre services

    Unfortunately, due to cuts affecting Children’s Centres in Surrey, we will not be able to offer universal services (Play and Learn, Baby Play and Learn, Toddle Tots) after July this year. Chatterchums and some training courses will continue after September, either at The Eashing Building or...
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  • 10/05/19

    Egg-citement at The Wharf

    Our "EGG!?!" topic has caused great excitement!  Here are some of the learning moments from our adventure play...including: ...searching for clues, keeping the eggs safe and warm, finding out more about dinosaurs through books,  imagining what the baby dinosaurs might look...
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  • 03/04/19

    Chicks hatched!

    Four chicks have successfully hatched from the eggs that had been incubating in our nursery school .  The children have really enjoyed watching and handling them, as part of their "growing and lifecycles" topic.  See more photos in the Photo Gallery.
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  • 27/03/19

    Baby Massage Course starting April 2019

    A new Baby Massage course will be starting on Wednesday 24th April 2019, 1.30pm - 3pm at our Town Site:  Woolsack Way, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1JG. There will be 5 sessions every Wednesday finishing on 22nd May.  These courses are suitable for babies aged 8 weeks to 6 months and will...
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  • 26/03/19

    Changes to Children's Centres

    As you may know there will be changes this year to children’s centres and how Surrey County Council supports families.   The new approach will involve Surrey County Council focusing its resources on helping the families most in need of support, which means that some of the existing...
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  • 28/02/19

    Colour Box Challenge raises over £1,800 for Shooting Star Chase

    Many thanks to all nursery families who took part in our recent sponsored event.  £1,825.56  was raised for our chosen charity – Shooting Star Chase. As you may know, Shooting Star Chase is a leading children’s hospice charity caring for babies, children and young peop...
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  • 10/01/19

    New playgroup on Tuesdays at Broadwater Lodge Care Home

    A new playgroup for children aged 0 to 4 with their carers is starting on Tuesday 22nd January at  Broadwater Lodge in Farncombe. This is the first playgroup in Godalming to be run within a care home.  The aim is to benefit both the elderly residents of the care ho...
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  • 14/12/18

    Christmas singing at Broadwater Lodge Care Home

    Children, parents and staff from our nursery visited Broadwater Lodge Care Home in Farncombe last week for Christmas songs with the residents.  It was greatly enjoyed by all and there was a short article about the visit in the Surrey Advertiser.  See attachment below.  
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  • 11/01/17

    Nursery School rated as “good” in the latest Ofsted inspection (24th November 2016).

    We are delighted to announce that our nursery school continues to be rated as “good” by Ofsted. The inspector reported that we are “highly committed and determined to secure the best possible outcomes for all children” and that “all children make good progress” and receive a “good quality of educ...
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