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The latest edition of our Newsletter is available to download below.

March 2016 Newsletter

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The Discoverers have been doing lots of activities relating to the 3 little pigs as part of world book day. They made a construction site for the 3 little pigs, a story wall, art work, sensory activities such as gloop and play dough for a pigs sty.


DIGITAL CAMERA Discoverers made a peppa pig display for their door for world book day.



The Discoverers also made the very hungry caterpillar display for world book day.

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The Investigators have been learning about pets and jungle animals. The children went to see snakes at the reptile shop and also made jungle animals of their choice and did sponge painting using jungle shaped sponges.

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Investigators have also been learning to take turns by playing lots of group games – sand girl, circle time discussing different topics and flashcards. Alfie said he was with all his friends.




Big Clean for the Queen

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The Inventors at Little Einsteins Nursery in Kirkcaldy took part in a nationwide clean-up in preparation for the Queen’s 90th birthday in June. The children were really excited to take their litter picking outside the nursery and enjoyed finding litter to pick up. Some of the children however were disappointed that the Queen herself didn’t turn up to see their good work!

The Project was organised by Fife Council who provided the litter pickers and bags.



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Planting Trees

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During December some of the Inventors went to Ravenscraig Park in Kirkcaldy to plant 140 trees that we received from the Woodland Trust. Mike, our gardener, showed the children how to plant the trees.

The trees were a free community pack available from the Woodland Trust. We contacted Fife Council for permission to plant the various species of trees and they set aside an area in the park for us to plant them. This project is part of the biodiversity section in our eco schools programme.

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The spot in the park that Fife Council allowed us to plant the trees in. Mike shows the children how to plant.

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Little Einsteins Kirkcaldy Nativity Play

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The Inventors room at Little Einsteins Kirkcaldy performed the Nativity play at our Head Office on 11th December. The Nativity is always well attended by parents and wider family members and this year was no exception. The children (and the staff who helped them remember their lines) did very well!

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Kelly Is Tops At Little Einstein’s Kirkcaldy

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Kelly Anderson – Supply Early Years Practitioner won  Little Einstein’s Kirkcaldy nursery Employee of the Year with outstanding votes. The staff, parents and children voted and recognised how hard working and dedicated Kelly is in the nursery. She received a certificate, a box of chocolates and flowers and will be receiving an extra weeks holiday entitlement next year.

Well done Kelly!

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Summer Fun at Little Einsteins Kirkcaldy

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Some snaps from Kirkcaldy’s After School Club which has organised activities for the children who have been attending during their summer holidays. They have had trips to both Leven and Anstruther beach, the local park and they have been busy at the Nursery’s allotment. The allotment is in great shape just now with an assortment of vegetables including potatoes, onions, carrots, beetroot all growing well and looking very healthy. The Nursery is working with “Growing Kirkcaldy” as part of the towns entry in the Britain in Bloom contest.


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The younger children have also been helping out at the allotment.

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More summer snaps

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Filming Excitement for the Afterschool Club

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The children who attend the Afterschool Club at Little Einsteins Kirkcaldy were at the allotment in Ravenscraig Park where they have been helping to plant vegetables and flowers recently when they realised that there was a TV film crew working at nearby Dysart harbour.

The whole town has been buzzing with excitement at the news that filming was taking place so they popped over for a look and were delighted as they were able to see the actors in costume for the television drama, Outlander. The harbour area had been transformed with props to look like it would have done in the 1700′s and so the outing became a quick history lesson for the children too.

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Little Einsteins Kirkcaldy Eco Schools Update

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After recently earning the Eco Schools Silver Award Little Einsteins in Kirkcaldy has now applied (on Earth Day – 22nd April) for their Green Flag award. The nursery now has Dougal the Dog and Piglet who go home with different children each weekend to take part in some of the eco tasks described on the posters below with their families.

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Here is piglet’s diary after being at home with Zac for the weekend.

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The nursery has also bought a couple of litter pickers which the children love to use. They mark on a list what types of litter and how much they have collected.

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Pictures of the children making art work for Earth Day.

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Kirkcaldy Nursery Silver Eco Schools Award

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Little Einsteins Nursery in Kirkcaldy has received a silver Eco Schools Award recognising their achievement towards a sustainable lifestyle. The nursery has focused on recycling, growing and biodiversity projects, led by Deputy Manager, Kirsty Haston, who has carried out many hours of research in her own time to help the children meet the objectives.

The nursery also had a visit this week from the Kirkcaldy MSP, David Torrance, who was interested to learn exactly how they achieved the Award. He added his own congratulations and told Kirsty that he has lodged a motion within the Scottish parliament to announce their achievement.

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Some of the After School Club who have been involved in the Project

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David Torrance with Kirsty Haston and Karen Diamond

We are always looking for experienced and enthusiastic people to join our team. Apply Here