Arthurlie Family Centre

August 6, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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GO LIVE at the Green access is free, no tickets are required and the venue will be open daily from 10am until 7pm.

 

2nd Aug 2018 to 12th Aug 2018
10am – 7pm
Glasgow Green
Greendyke Street, Glasgow City Centre G1 5DB
This is a free event
Event organiser/part of Festival 2018
Visit the event website here
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Facebook information can be found here

GO LIVE! at the Green will take place from 2-12 August. This innovative live experience will bring together sport, fitness, health, arts, food and drink as never before in an engaging and exciting way to encourage people to lead healthy and active lives.

Glasgow Green will also be a key sport venue during the Championships as it hosts three days of elite cycling events.will take place from 2-12 August. This innovative live experience will bring together sport, fitness, health, arts, food and drink as never before in an engaging and exciting way to encourage people to lead healthy and active lives.

Glasgow Green will also be a key sport venue during the Championships as it hosts three days of elite cycling events.

Access is free, no tickets are required and the venue will be open daily from 10am until 7pm. Except on cycling event dates of 5, 8 and 12 August when the venue opens at 8am.

August 2, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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Andrew, who works in our Family Centre, is one of the thousands of volunteers for Glasgow 2018 European Championships.

 

Andrew brought his volunteering uniform and bag to nursery to let the children explore.

The children said –

“This bag heavy.” “Can I see in the bag?”

Thousands of people over the age of 16 have volunteered to take part in the European Championships. The championships will combine the existing sports of athletics, aquatics, cycling, gymnastics, rowing and triathlon with new golf team championships.

Organisers hope attendances for the Glasgow European Games of 2018 will be in the region of 250,000 people.

August 1, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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Team Arthurlie have been training for their own European Games.

Having researched the European games our children have been developing their physical skills by stretching, balancing, running and jumping with others during their play.

Physical play includes activities that use physical movements to allow children to use their energy, and it gives children the chance to develop gross and fine motor skills, learn new things and socialise.

July 31, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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Glasgow is set to be transformed into a giant sporting arena and cultural festival site for 11 days of jam-packed action from 2 August.

 

At nursery the children have been researching the Glasgow European Championships 2018. The children enjoyed listening to the story of Bonnie the Seal, on the smartboard, who is learning about different sports.  The Bonnie the Seal story inspired the children to then made their own games. Some children decided to make a golf game using a bucket, a paper ball and a kitchen roll tube. “Look I can hit the ball in the bucket.”

Glasgow’s George Square will be at the Centre of Festival. During the Championships there are ticketed events some of which are free. The sporting action will also be on shown on the big screens.

June 28, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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Information

 

Today we had eight students visiting from Barrhead High who have volunteered during the holiday provision at our family centre to experience 1st hand what is involved in the child care.  This will give them taster sessions for the Modern Apprentice – Early Years & Childcare Level 3.

June 19, 2018
by Sheena Rainey
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Important Information

The first phase of the Council’s approach to increasing free early learning and childcare provision across the area will be introduced at four nurseries in August. Local authorities currently provide 600 free hours a year for all three and four-year-olds and eligible two-year-olds. As part of changes being introduced by the Scottish Government, this will increase to 1,140 hours by 2020.

 

Find out more about how the Council is rolling this out and the eligibility criteria here: http://www.eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk/article/9654/How-to-apply-for-a-nursery-place

 

 

SOCIAL MEDIA FOR EARLY YEARS ESTABLISHMENTS

Increased free childcare is now available at four nurseries across the area. Find out more about how it is being rolled out and if you are eligible: http://www.eastrenfrewshire.gov.uk/article/9654/How-to-apply-for-a-nursery-place

 

June 14, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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The Big Lunch

THE BIG LUNCH

Th Big Lunch

15th June 2018

11:00-2:30pm Auchenback Resource Centre

Barrhead G78 2LW

Featuring

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

from local talent including

East Renfrewshire’s

own   X-factor finalist

Emily Middlemas

 GOOD FOOD, ARTS & CRAFTS, HOBBIES & PASTIMES, DRAMA, MUSIC AND MUCH MORE.

AUCHENBACK RESOURCE CENTRE,

BARRHEAD G78 2LW

BRINGING COMMUNITIES TOGETHER

HEAR ABOUT COMMUNITY SUCCESS STORIES AND

EXPLORE LOCAL OPPORTUNITIES

 

June 8, 2018
by Mrs Silvester
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Make a number game at home.

The children have loved playing with the ladybird game this week in the Zickety Dickety Dock Room. This is a simple craft idea uses milk bottle lids to create a sweet ladybird number game. Why not try it at home?

Materials

Milk Bottle Lids

Paint or Pen or collect red milk bottle lids from Pauls Trim bottles

Google eyes (optional)glue

Instructions

Colour the milk bottle lid red with the paint pen (permanent marker or paint).

Allow to dry.

Skip this step if you already have red milk bottle lids.

Draw three lines  and spots 1-6 with black permanent marker as shown.

Add the spots on the wings and glue or draw on the eyes.

Roll the dice and match the numbers on the dice to the ladybird.

 

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