Chatteris children graduate from nursery school

11:23 24 July 2014

Pre-school graduation ceremony at Kingsfield Pre-School, Chatteris. Left: Teachers Laura Cornwell, Susie Wilkinson, Laura Chrysanthou, Rae Abbitt. Children, Lexi-Mai, Ermana,Sophie, Aiden and Charlie. Picture: Steve Williams.

Pre-school graduation ceremony at Kingsfield Pre-School, Chatteris. Left: Teachers Laura Cornwell, Susie Wilkinson, Laura Chrysanthou, Rae Abbitt. Children, Lexi-Mai, Ermana,Sophie, Aiden and Charlie. Picture: Steve Williams.

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Children from Kingsfield Primary School playgroup in Chatteris graduated in a special ceremony where they were presented with an album of their time at nursery.

Pre-school graduation ceremony at Kingsfield Pre-School, Chatteris. Left: Lexi-Mai, Ermana,Sophie, Aiden and Charlie Picture: Steve Williams.Pre-school graduation ceremony at Kingsfield Pre-School, Chatteris. Left: Lexi-Mai, Ermana,Sophie, Aiden and Charlie Picture: Steve Williams.

Around 50 children took part in the graduation ceremonies organised by staff over two days.

Laura Cornwell, manager of the nursery’s Oak Room, said: “Children are given a special book containing art work and photos from their time with us. They also get presented with a certificate.

“We would like to wish them all well as they leave and move up to reception class.”

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