Vol­un­teers get early years ready for sum­mer

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - SCHOOL REPORT -

CHIL­DREN spruced up their school when they took part in a tidy-up day.

Par­ents and staff from Lit­tle Spring School, in Green­way, Che­sham, as well as vol­un­teers from Par­a­digm were in­vited to the school to help the pupils get the Early Years depart­ment ready for sum­mer.

They painted fences, dug flowerbeds, painted spools to look like toad­stool ta­bles, had a re­ally good sort and tidy and filled the dust­bins in the process.

Lo­cal busi­nesses Tesco, Euphorium Bak­ery, and Cost­cut­ter pro­vided re­fresh­ments such as tea, cof­fee, pastries and ba­con rolls for the helpers while Wickes, Cir­cle 7 and Crown Form Tim­ber pro­vided the school with sup­plies and re­sources in­clud­ing wood, paint, brushes and more.

Pre-school manager Jane Rose said: “We got loads done and now the out­side area is ready for the chil­dren to en­joy this sum­mer. The chil­dren have made thank you cards and de­liv­ered them to some of the busi­ness in­volved.”

CLEAN TEAM: Par­ents and staff from Lit­tle Spring School with vol­un­teers from Par­a­digm

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