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Kingsway Primary School – New Pre-School – ‘The KEY’

Monday, September 29th, 2014 by Paula Needham

Dear Residents,

News about the eagerly awaited Pre-school ‘The Key’ being set up and run by Kingsway Primary School.

Kingsway Primary School will be opening a new pre-school called ‘The KEY’ (Kingsway Early Years) within its grounds in September 2015.

Officers from Gloucestershire County Council and members of the Design Team together with Governors of the school would like to give you the opportunity to view plans for the Proposed New Early Years Facility at Kingsway Primary School on Friday 3rd October between 3.15 – 5.30pm.

If you are unable to join us on Friday, the plans will remain in the school entrance foyer and you are welcome to view these and leave your comments during normal school opening hours.

We look forward to welcoming you to our information evening.

Regards,

Paula Needham
Head Teacher

Kingsway Litter Pick (The Big Tidy Up)

Friday, September 12th, 2014 by Clive

Following the 2013 Litter Pick organised by the Kingsway Residents Association, and having received many enquiries from local folk about a similar exercise, I am pleased to announce that the City Council is working with Quedgeley Parish Council to hold a litter picking event at Kingsway on Monday 27th October at 9:30am.

The event is known as the Big Tidy Up (part of a Keep Britain Tidy campaign), and we are asking for volunteers to join us.

We will meet at 9.30am at Kingsway Community Centre. We will provide high-vis tabards, litter pickers, gloves and bags, and will arrange for the bags to be collected after the event.

Kingsway Litter Pick 2014
If you wish to display a poster for the event, click on the picture for a printable (.pdf) copy.

Kingsway’s Got Talent (2014)

Monday, September 8th, 2014 by Clive

Kingsway's Got Talent

We went to Cornwall for a holiday in early August, and returned to find that the Community Centre is now open. (For bookings and information, contact the Quedgeley Parish Council).

Meanwhile, make a note in your diary for the above event, a local talent competition organised by John Gow and the Community Builder team.

The judges have been confirmed as:
Karen Maggs – local resident
Leslie Dyer – local business (CoCo Coffee)
Fr John Ward – local vicar
Debbie Llewellyn – Mayor of Gloucester

First prize is £100 (donated by The Kingsway Resident’s Association) and a professional photo shoot with ‘Photography by Will Davis’.

Entry forms can be collected from Coco’s Coffee Lounge at Kingsway’s local centre.

OFSTED Registered Nanny Available

Wednesday, July 30th, 2014 by Amy

Hi,

My name is Amy and I live and work as a nanny in Kingsway.

I am currently employed by a lovely local family, but due to the arrival of a new baby in October and the mother taking maternity leave from work, they will no longer require a nanny.

I am therefore looking for a new position from September onwards (live out).

I have lots of experience working with children of all ages and adore the job that I do.

I have a level 3 qualification in children’s care, learning and development, I am Paediatric First Aid trained and have my own public liability insurance, as well as a current DBS Check. I am also an OFSTED registered childcare provider so can accept childcare vouchers.

I can provide excellent references and would be very happy to answer any questions. I can be contacted on: 0793-9449772

Many Thanks,
Amy

Moo Music Cheltenham & Gloucester

Monday, July 28th, 2014 by moo music

Hi all,

I live in Kingsway and have recently started running fun music sessions for 0-5 year-olds, called Moo Music Cheltenham & Gloucester.

At the sessions the children get to join in with songs and do actions, dancing, games and role play. It’s a great opportunity for children to interact with others and also for Mummies and Daddies to meet new people.

These will be running in and out of term time.

Your first session is completely FREE!

I will be running these sessions:

Quedgeley Community Centre, School Lane: Friday  9.40am – 10.20am

St Marks Community Centre, Brooklyn Road: Monday 9.40am – 10.20am

Brizen Young Peoples Centre, Hatherley: Wednesday 10.40am – 11.20am

Contact Emily: 01452 728117 – 07791743424

Emily@moo-music.co.uk

Facebook moomusiccheltenhamgloucester

Web www.moo-music.co.uk/candg

Residents’ Association Public Meeting: July 9th

Wednesday, June 25th, 2014 by Clive

The next public meeting of the Kingsway Residents’ Association will take place at Kingsway Primary School on July 9th, at (the ‘later than usual’ starting time of) 7:30PM.

We have invited numerous speakers/contributors including: Andy Smith (QUVL), Andy Jarrett (Reachout!), Dave Norman (Conservative Councillor) and the local Police. In addition we have invited representatives of the Quedgeley Parish Council and Barry Kirby (County Councillor for Grange & Kingsway).

Please make a date in your diary and come along to the meeting if you can make it. This is your chance to keep abreast of community developments and plans, as well as your opportunity to speak to local representatives (about any and all local matters).

 

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