Tuesday 24 May, 12pm – 1.30pm, Stonehaven Community Centre
The Early Years Forum aims to work in partnership to ensure children in Stonehaven have
the best start in life and support their wellbeing through the stages from pre-birth to 8 years.
Stonehaven Early Years Forum are hosting a networking lunch to provide the opportunity for
services, organisations and groups to come together, share information on local activities
and discuss future priorities. This will be a drop-in event and lunch will be provided. This event is
suitable for those working with children under the age of 8 including: teachers, health visitors, social
workers, third sector providers. To register for the event please visit: http://tinyurl.com/zvnjsqs
If you have any queries regarding this event please don’t hesitate to contact:
Fiona Murray, Chair of Stonehaven Early Years Forum at: firstname.lastname@example.org
K and M Communities support the Children’s 1st Join The Resolution campaign. Please read on to find out how you to can add your support.
What will your New Year’s resolution be? Often resolutions are about self improvement:- from getting fitter to changing career or lifestyle. But in this season of giving, what better resolution could you make than one to put CHILDREN 1ST in 2015?
At CHILDREN 1ST our New Year’s resolution is to make the best possible difference to children’s lives.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, actors James Cosmo and Elaine C. Smith and singer Clare Grogan are just some of the well known faces who’ve made resolutions to help ensure every child in Scotland can enjoy a happy, healthy, safe and secure childhood.
They’ve Joined the Resolution – will you?
|You can help!|
|Join with Children’s 1st in making and sharing a New Year’s resolution to put CHILDREN 1ST and we’ll help you to keep it. You can join as a group, or as an individual.
Visit our website to make a resolution, or make your own and share it on social media using the hashtag: #puttingCHILDREN1ST
|Stuck for inspiration?|
|Read what children, young people and families said were their wishes for Scotland’s children.
Take our quiz to find out what children’s toy – and which resolution – suits you!
Do you have the next Mozart or perhaps Liberace tinkling the ivories? Maybe singing is more their thing? If so, read on to find out more about the early years musical experiences on offer in K & M.
Tooters have been delivering unique and exciting music sessions to children aged between 0 and 7 years across the North East of Scotland since 1999. The weekly music sessions for parent/carer and child provide an early years’ music programme that reflects current educational developments but also draws on approaches to music education that have been used for many years. All Tooters’ activities are devised to appeal to the child of today, but have an underlying musical and developmental objective. However, at the heart of the Tooters’ ethos is enjoyment, with the emphasis on having fun in a warm and welcoming environment. Read the rest of this entry »