Position Available: Deputy Family and Community Locality Manager

37 hours per week.   The post is All Year Round and permanent BG10 £27,905-£31,371 Start date: ASAP We are seeking to appoint an experienced, creative and innovative Deputy Family and Community Locality Manager to join our dynamic team working across the Central Bristol Children’s Centres. The role involves taking a lead on the area of parenting aspirations and parenting skills and developing a strategic plan for this in conjunction with the senior leadership team. The central children’s centres are led by St. Pauls and also include Rosemary, The Limes, Bannerman Road, St. Philips Marsh and Barton Hill. We are...

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Bristol Central Children’s Centres Family Support Timetable – January 2020

The Bristol Central Children’s Centres Family Support Timetable for January 2020 is now available to download. Bristol Central Children’s Centres supports families and children from birth to five years, with a range of drop-in and bookable courses to stimulate, engage and inspire. Download the latest timetable here: Bristol Central Children’s Centres Timetable – January 2020...

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Central Bristol Children’s Centre Food Club

We are very excited to be able to announce that Central Bristol Children’s Centre will be opening a Food Club on Wednesday, January 29th from 9:30 am – 11:30 am. This is a weekly club which will provide local families with young children a range of affordable food. Families can gain an annual membership for £1 and then be able to purchase a selection of groceries worth £10-£15 for just £3.50 per week. Alongside the Food Club, we will also be providing healthy eating, money budgeting and cookery courses along with weekly cookery demonstrations. Please give us a call...

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The Children’s Kitchen

The Children’s Kitchen is a city-wide project which is starting work in 12 Early Years settings. The project encourages children under 5 to explore fresh produce through Food Sessions and developing food growing areas onsite. These sessions are free and take place during the Nursery day. Children under 5 are developing their tastes and understanding of food; this project aims to give children a healthy start by: Exploring new foods, learning about how produce grows and trying new tastes and food from around the world. Food Sessions during the nursery day where children can explore, experiment and eat. Teaching...

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Adult Learning: January – April 2020

Our Adult Learning programme of events has been published. You can download it below, and discover our adult learning courses across all of Central Bristol’s Children’s Centres. These courses include Sewing Skills and Hand Crafting, Healthy Cookery, and more! All these classes are free for those in receipt of benefits. Booking is essential as there are limited spaces available. A crèche is available with all our courses too. Your child must attend a settle session before being left in our crèche. Download the flyer: Adult Learning Flyer – January – April...

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Newsletter – Term 2 (Winter 2019)

Our December 2019 Newsletter has been published, and you can download it below. Its been an eventful last few weeks of 2019 in St Pauls Nursery Schools with visits, parties, saying goodbye to staff leaving to have their babies, and welcoming new staff and apprentices onto our team! Our team have coped with a lots of staff illness — in fact I don’t think I can ever remember a time when we have had so many staff off sick. The staff who have remained standing have coped remarkably well to not just keep the place going—but to still offer...

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Don’t forget to register to vote!

If you want to vote in the general election on 12 December but haven’t yet registered, there is still time to do it – just. To vote in a UK general election you must: Be 18 or over on the day of the election. Be a British, Irish or qualifying Commonwealth citizen. Be resident in the UK (or a British citizen living abroad who has been registered to vote in the UK in the last 15 years). Not be legally excluded from voting. You also need to be on the electoral register. You only have to register once, but...

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Parent Governor Vacancy

We are writing to ask you to consider becoming a Parent Governor at our Nursery School & Children’s Centre. It’s a critical role in ensuring parent voice is heard and represented in the development of our services here at St Pauls. What do our governors do? Oversee the budget, to ensure sustainability Contribute to the design of services, identifying the setting’s strengths and weaknesses Monitor the performance of the setting Advise on policies and procedures Be a critical friend and advocate for the setting Are you interested? If you are interested in becoming a parent governor but feel a...

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Staff Changes

Dear Parent/carers, I’m writing to share the news that after 19 years of fabulous service to St Pauls Nursery School and Children’s Centre our lovely Kat Osborne has decided to take up an amazing opportunity to develop her accountancy skills. Kat has worked in our nursery school provision forever! She has been St Pauls greatest champion, embracing all new learning that has come our way and always doing her absolute best for the children and families she has worked with. Kat is a ray of sunshine, with such an amazing ‘can do’ attitude, she will be missed hugely by...

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Potty Training Information

Following an item in our recent newsletter, ERIC has some useful further information and advice for parents about potty training. Every child is different; they learn to walk and talk at different times and they learn how to use the toilet at different times too. However, most children are ready to be potty trained between 18 months and 3 years. Click here for...

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