Oakland Hall Events Calendar 2021

Events Calendar 2021 January Mon 4th January Nursery Opens 7.30am February Fri 12th Feb Chinese New Year – The year of the Ox! Mon 21st – 25th February Holiday Club Tue 16th February – Pancake day March Mon 1st – St David’s day Mon- Mon 8th – Science Week Thurs 4th - World book celebrations Thursday 11th March Nursery Photographs 9am-11am (All children to attend) Wed 17th March St Patricks day Sun 14th March Mothering Sunday April 29th March - Easter Bonnets & Egg Hunt (all week) Easter Bank Holiday Friday 2nd April Nursery Closed Easter Bank Holiday Mon 5th April Nursery...
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Chinese New Year

The Year of the Rat! Why Do People Celebrate Chinese New Year? Although there are many interesting legends and stories explaining the start of the Chinese New Year festival, the main two reasons for the festival are:To celebrate a year of hard work, have a good rest, and relax with family To wish for a lucky and prosperous coming year Chinese people believe that a good start to the year will lead to a lucky year. Chinese traditionally celebrated the start of a new year of farm work, and wished for a good harvest (when most were farmers). This has now evolved to celebrating the start of...
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World book day

We recommend checking out www.readbrightly.com a great site for all your reading needs and super tips like the one featured here.  Don't take our word for it ….. (pardon the pun) see for yourself. In 2015, a self-published children’s book called The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep burst onto the kids’ lit scene, claiming to be THE bedtime story for kids because it could literally put them to sleep. And its initial success was understandable — bedtime is a harrowing time for many parents and the desire for a magic bullet can be strong! So how can a book make kids fall asleep? Carl-Johan F...
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