Welcome on board at Rollesby nursery

TWO primary school children had designs on creating a lasting legacy for their village school's nursery when they took part in a competition to design a sign for outside the premises.

TWO primary school children had designs on creating a lasting legacy for their village school's nursery when they took part in a competition to design a sign for outside the premises.

Oliver Millar, seven, and eight year old Andrew Monument, devised a sign featuring teddy bears and children's toys to be displayed on a large board attached to a railing outside Rollesby Primary School.

Headteacher Sue Pickles said: “As we have a very well established nursery we thought we should have a sign out there. We have a sign for the school, but there is no evidence we have a good nursery as well, so we thought we should have a sign to advertise ourselves.”

She added the competition involved the whole school and Andrew did the text, while Oliver did the pictures.


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Mrs Pickles said the nursery, which had been running for 12 years, had received a good Ofsted report so the school wanted to publicise it more.

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