Brunswick Mail 3/11/2017

Dear Parents

Friends of Brunswick

Pumpkin Party

Tickets are selling fast for this year’s pumpkin party (3-5 on Saturday 11th November). Please remember to buy your tickets from the office – £10 for a family (up to 6 people). It should be a great event.

A few reminders for this:

Please remember to bring your bring and share food, torches/head torches and to wear warm clothes.

The party is at Milton Country Park in The Wild Place which is on the right soon after you enter the park. Please be aware that the area is mostly, but not completely, fenced in and children must be the responsibility of their parents/carers. Furthermore, please be aware that there will be a limited number of knives available to borrow/share for pumpkin carving. Please ensure that you do not leave these unattended within reach of children. Please carefully supervise children when these are being used and return them when finished with.

And attached are some pumpkin recipes to make with your pumpkin flesh and seeds after the event. Please bring a food bag if you wish to take this home.


Please join “easyfundraising” to collect donations for Brunswick every time you buy something online through their website. It won’t cost you a penny extra and is very easy to sign in.

There are lots of retailers you can buy from like Amazon, John Lewis, ebay, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Argos etc.

 Signing In/Out

If your child does additional hours from their normal Keyworker sessions could you please ensure they are signed in and out of the book situated in the Funnell Room.  We need to be sure of which children are in the building for Health and Safety reasons.

Children in Need

We will be collecting loose change (old pound coins welcome!) on 15th and 17th November for Children in Need.  There will be a Pudsey Bear for you to place your money on outside the office.

China Project

Monday to Thursday of next week we will be hosting early year’s teachers from China.  The University of Cambridge, Homerton College have invited them to experience “Brunswick” and our free flow play with a focus on child initiated learning.


We would really appreciate herbs from your garden to add to our sensory play.