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New Pre-school Open Afternoon

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On Monday 22nd July from 1:30pm to 3:00pm St Mary's School will be holding an Open Afternoon for its new pre-school, 'Little Forest Friends'. If you would like to attend please email the school to say that you and your child (please provide child's name) will be attending. Email: office@haddenham-st-marys.bucks.sch.uk with the subject line: Little Forest Friends Open Afternoon.

The school is also exploring the possibility of offering breakfast and after school wraparound care for 'Little Forest Friends' children. Breakfast will run from 8:00am and after school club sessions would be either part time until 4:30pm or full time until 6:00pm.

Please complete the form (see PDF located below the image on this page) if you would be interested in this and return it to the school office.

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