Everton Nursery School and Family Centre Teaching School Plaque
Our Teaching School Plaque has arrived!
4 other schools form part of our Teaching School Partnership, All Saints Catholic Primary School, Barlows Primary School, Our Lady Immaculate Catholic Primary School and The Beacon C.E. Primary School.
A logo has been designed to represent all 5 settings using the colours of each individual setting.
Our Eco Schools Ambassador Plaque has arrived along with our Ambassador Flag.
As soon as the wind picks up we will have a picture of our Ambassador flag to share.
Not long to go till our Family Art/Music Event.
As well as our wonderful swap while you bop clothes swap there will be music provided by All Saint’s Brass Band, a cake sale and an environmental recycled music session.
If you would like to donate some cakes then please leave them at reception.
Come along and paint a canvas!
There is so much going on, the afternoon starts at 3.30pm and runs till 5.00pm.
Have you heard about I AM TWO?
I AM TWO (Click to download flyer) is North Liverpool Teaching School Partnership’s first national conference.
The Conference is set to be held at Everton Nursery School and Family Centre on Friday 28th June 9.30a.m.-2.30p.m.
The keynote speakers are Marion Dowling and Julian Grenier, attendees will access two workshops.
Massage with Two year Olds
Cost: £100, includes lunch, refreshments and Island Time publication.
For more information or to book a place please ring 0151 233 1969 or email J.email@example.com
Come along to our first ever Swap While You Bop Clothes Swap, Canvas Painting and live music too!
Did you know that children from Spencer and Cresswell have been working with Tate Liverpool?
The launch of the exhibition is on Monday 10th June 2013 at 1pm. There will be free refreshments and activities at the Tate during the launch. Please come along!
During the launch a video documenting the children’s work will have it’s first public showing.
The free exhibition will be on show from Monday 10th June 2013 until Monday 17th June 2013.
Our solar panels produced 2.88 MWh in May, which beat April’s record of 2.58MWh, fingers crossed that June will produce even more energy.