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What a happy time we had at the Ugly Bug Ball!

Base 1 enjoyed a fun filled day last Tuesday. All the children had fantastic costumes, we played games, made a few bugs and had so much fun.

Thank you to all Parents who contributed food and of course the costumes.

On Wednesday we decided to let our Painted Lady butterflies go! We really looked after those tiny caterpillars when they arrived four weeks ago and now they are free to find their own nectar and hopefully lay eggs!

Thank you to all Parents who have supported our learning in Base 1 this year. You have been such a great support to your children.

We wish the children all the very best for Year 1 and hope that their learning journey continues in the brilliant way in which it has started.

Thank you

Ms Huntington & Mrs Parsons

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