The Acorn Nursery School Cranleigh
The Acorn Nursery School Cranleigh


Diary Dates

Spring term 2019


Home Visits-New Children

Your room manager will arrange a Home Visit, from either herself or child’s keyperson. We know from experience these visits help with the settling-in process enormously and the children bond with the staff quicker.


Term starts 

Tuesday 7th January       to     Thursday 14th February 

                              Half Term

Monday 25th February    to     Friday  29th March


Forest School classes Every Wednesday and Thursday


Dad’s Drop-in 10.00 to 11.45  ‘Stay & Play’ sessions. Saturday 9th February

All dads (or Grandad?), and their nursery child, are very welcome to come along to nursery to play. The children really do enjoy “Daddy” coming into their nursery, we only offer this once a term so do try and pop along. Please let Mrs Dhall/Mrs Gardner know if you’d like to attend.


Mother’s Day Celebration THURSDAY 28th March

8.45 to 9.45 for Acorns, Catkins & Squirrels 

Do come along for coffee and cake (made by the children) and hear the children sing. If you’re not in on that day, please try and pop in with your child.


Extra Curricula Activities

Pyjama Drama (for all children) and Planet Soccer (for all children) will be joining us again this term. Both activities are great fun and hugely discounted. Both activities are suitable for all age children. This is a commitment for the term and should be paid for, in full, at the start of term. If I can fill your space if you’re away, I’ll refund you.

Planet Soccer  Fridays     11 sessions  £40 11th January  to  29th March

Pyjama Drama Tuesdays 11 sessions  £44 11th January  to  29th March

Small discount if you do both activities total cost £80 for the term.


Stay & Play all parents/carers:

You are invited into nursery (Squirrels, Catkins & Acorns) for a ‘Stay & Play’ session (for an hour or so) with your child. If you’d like to, of course, it’s not compulsory!  Please speak to your room manager to arrange a date.




Thought for the Month

At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child's success is the positive involvement of parents  

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