We would like to say a BIG thank you to HILLRAY, Biltong & South African products Ltd, for donating some genuine snacks for the children to try, linking in with our Story of Felix and his trip to Africa this week.

If you would like to visit this shop you will find it at - 
Unit 2, Kestrel Court, Waterwells Dr, Quedgeley, Gloucester GL2 2AT or why not have a look at the link below to find out more.

About myHappymind.


myHappymind is an award winning program for schools & nurseries, families and organisations.


It teaches preventative habits that support positive mental health, resilience and self esteem.


All of the concepts taught are based on science and research and grounded in neuroscience and positive psychology.


Our program is delivered via an innovative technology platform making learning easy, convenient and fun. We're proud to be commissioned by the NHS up and down the U.K. due to the incredible impact the program has on reducing CAMHS referrals along with the overall improvements to the wellbeing of children, staff and parents.


The myHappymind curriculum is grounded in scientific research and helps children to: 

  • Feel happier 
  • Know what to do when they feel worried or stressed 
  • Improve their focus and learn more 
  • Achieve more of the goals that they set for themselves 
  • Develop better relationships with friends and families 
  • Feel great about who they are and have positive self esteem
  • And much, much more!

Maths Champions – how it will benefit your child.

The Maths Champions programme is designed to develop maths teaching in Early Years settings.


Children’s early maths ability can be correlated with attainment in maths and other subjects in later life and supports children in subjects that will provide them with a strong start in life in key subject areas.


Maths is historically an area that many people are unsure of. By using the Maths Champions programme, we aim to increase children’s love of maths through hands on experiences.

Thank You!



A big thank you to Ashley from Timpsons, Quedgeley, for donating a bag of keys. The children love using these during their role play and to 'start' their scooters and cars, "just like Mummy and Daddy."