Caps and gowns for lit­tle leavers

Kent Messenger Maidstone - - NEWS -

There was barely a dry eye in the house when young­sters grad­u­ated with hon­ours and sweets be­fore head­ing off to big school.

The chil­dren couldn’t hide their ex­cite­ment as they donned tra­di­tional caps and gowns.

The group of 16 young­sters cel­e­brated the end of their time at Lit­tle Learn­ers Nurs­ery, in Boughton Lane, Loose, with a glit­ter­ing cer­e­mony in front of their fam­i­lies and friends.

Dur­ing the cel­e­bra­tions, which took place on Mon­day, the chil­dren col­lected their cer­tifi­cates and a bun­dle of treats, be­fore en­joy­ing a spot of af­ter­noon tea. There was also a tear-jerk­ing video that showed clips of the tots en­joy­ing their time at the nurs­ery.

Leonie Cooper, nurs­ery man­ager, said: “It was a re­ally lovely day and it was fan­tas­tic to be able to say good­bye to the chil­dren, as well as their fam­i­lies and friends, in such a spe­cial way.

“On be­half of all of the staff, we wish the chil­dren the very best of luck for their move to pri­mary school.”

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Kieran Ni­chols and Harry Ray­field

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The Walker fam­ily – Adam, Ted, four, Deb­o­rah and Kayleigh

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Jack Ward with mum Lara and Jai Deakin with son Henry

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Jenson Startup

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Leo Manser

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