Straight A’s for kindy kids

Ruby Kaesler, Tennille Dudley, William Bennett and Curtis Cooper chopped fresh herbs from the garden to make bread in the bread maker for afternoon tea.
Ruby Kaesler, Tennille Dudley, William Bennett and Curtis Cooper chopped fresh herbs from the garden to make bread in the bread maker for afternoon tea.

A lot has been happening at the Two Wells Community Children’s Centre over the past month.

The children have been busy playing with the Asian themed tea set in the newly refurbished home corner and childcare children have been focussing on the letter “A”.

They have been doing lots of artwork, stories and activities to support their learning.

The children also helped chop herbs, which were picked from the centre’s garden, to add to bread made in the bread maker for afternoon tea. It was delicious. Yum!

A number of our staff members also welcomed little bundles of joy into the world – all girls! Congratulations to Amy and Ben Schultz on the birth of Vanessa and Karen and Matt Harding on the safe arrival of twins Tamsyn and Amelia. – HELEN SCHILD

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