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activities, books and music. The children enjoy making their own choices and can free-flow into any of the learning areas.


Centre Point Trust Nursery follows the Birth to Three Matters Framework for ages 2-3 years and for the older age group the Foundation Stage Curriculum. We plan our themes and topics around the children’s needs and interests, and by using observations we plan for your child’s next stage of learning.


During the year we celebrate festivals, the seasons, and fixed events such as Easter and Christmas.


At Centre Point Trust Nursery we take our children on regular outings on foot or by minibus to various places of interest such as the library, Reg’s Garden, Durrell and the beach during the summer. For a small additional cost we also offer swimming lessons at nearby Cheshire Homes where the children learn to be safe in the water.


The Refurbishment… what the trust needs To date we have managed to secure funds to repaint the interior, replace the carpets and blinds and to replace all of the external gates.


However, we still need funds to refurbish the exterior of the nursery, including:


£2500 for the scaffolding £2500 for repairs to the roof £500 to power wash exterior £5000 to replace windows/doors £3700 to replace gutters/fascias £10,000 for external decoration


We would be extremely grateful if organisations could remember us when you are discussing your Corporate Social Responsibility!


SPECIAL THANKS GO TO: • Building Renovations Limited • Royal Bank of Canada • Standard Bank • Children in Need • Lloyds TSB Foundation • Steve Southern • C A Mauger • State Street • Jersey Child Care Trust • Peter Noble – Parish of St Helier • Stephanie – Channel Islands Training and Development


• Choice Properties • The Grace Trust • Hawksford International • Maria (Supervisor) at B&Q • Rob the Builder • Rotary Club • ABN Amro Bank


Get involved….. Centre Point Trust is run by a Board of Trustees. We currently have vacancies for both Trustees and a Chair of Trustees.


If anyone is


interested in either becoming a Trustee or the Chair of Trustees, please do not hesitate to contact me for an informal chat.


Did you know….. We are regulated by the Department of Education, Sport and Culture and all of our staff hold nationally endorsed qualifications in Early Years Child Care and Education, Play Work or both.


In addition to these


qualifications all of our staff hold certificates in first aid, child protection and the safe handling of food. We also have a fully qualified forest school practitioners and a sports coach.


We have a proven record within the community for working hard to support children and their parents. As a non-profit making organisation, we ensure that any grants, donations and subsidies benefit the children directly.


Centre Point Trust Old La Pouqelaye School, Le Hurel, St Helier, JE2 3FN


Telephone number: 735151 CSR - Helping others Page 15


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