Lakes Primary School.
Address: West Dyke Road, Redcar, Cleveland, TS10 4JH. Number of pupils in nursery class: 50 children What projects are you currently/recently doing with the pupils? Lakes Nursery provides a happy and stimulating learning environment for the children to ensure that each of them has a fun and exciting experience. Children deserve a secure, safe and happy childhood and here at Lakes Nursery we ensure that each child is supported to reach their potential. Our current topic is Traditional Tales. We will be covering all the classics such as The Little Red Hen, The Gingerbread Man and Goldilocks. Lakes Nursery is currently improving their outdoor provision and is building up a bank of resources to inspire and challenge children in the natural environment. Our children love exploring the outdoors in all weathers and we particularly like jumping in puddles! Our children learn the importance of helping others by raising money for many charities. In the forthcoming weeks, we are holding a cake sale to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer -a charity which is close to the heart of our staff members. We have also had fancy dress parties and coffee mornings to raise money for more local charities such as SARA and the Redcar Coastguard team. We are a 65-place nursery (39 places AM, 26 places PM) which provides three hours free nursery education per day, either on a morning (08.45-11.45) or an afternoon (12.15-3.00). Lakes Nursery currently has places for children who have turned three -please ring 01642 485894, (option three) and speak to Mrs Caroline Chadwick (deputy head/EYFS leader).
Your babies THIS happy little girl is Elodie May Patterson. She was born on May 27 2012, weighing 6lb 14oz, to Bekki Gregory and Andrew Patterson, now living in London. Bekki is formerly of Middlesbrough.
THE Miller family from Eston welcomed Sophie Ann Jean Miller into the world on July 22, 2012. Sophie weighed 6lb 7oz to Joanne and Russell Miller and is a little sister for Adam.
MILEY Rose Barbara Valente is pictured with her big sister Leoni. Miley was born on May 20, 2012, weighing 8lb 4oz, to Gemma Wright and Joseph Valente, from Whinney Banks.
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SOPHIA Elizabeth Brown was born on June 11, 2012, weighing 10lb 7oz. Sophia is a baby sister of proud big brother Jacob and parents Julie and Kevin Brown, from Billingham.
PERFECT DAY: Right, Jayne Spence and Anthony Meadows after their wedding. Above, the happy couple with bridesmaids, left to right, Jessica Peters, Catherine Lynas, Joanne Mottram and Charlotte Parkes-Patel and groomsmen, left to right, Garrie Meadows, Andrew Maher (best man) and Stephen Owens and pageboys Isaac Spence and Jacob Spence. Left, Jayne with pageboys Isaac, on left, and Jacob Pictures by Derek Johnston at www.weddingsnorth east.org.uk ICING ON THE CAKE: Above, the couple cut the cake and, below, the rings Wedding of the week BRIDE AND GROOM: Jayne Spence, 31, and Anthony Meadows, 31, both from Guisborough. MARRIED AT: St Nicholas Church, Guisborough. WHEN? August, 10, 2012, at noon WHERE DID YOU MEET? First met when pupils at Gillbrook Secondary School in 1992 and became a couple in 2011. THE PROPOSAL: At the top of the London capsule for butler and THE WEDD with inlaid WHAT DID Amanda W diamante a flower side Sorelle Brid BRIDESMA Joanne Mo Parkes-Pate n Eye in a private r two, including a champagne! ING RING: Platinum diamonds. THE BRIDE WEAR: Wyatt ivory dress with and pearl detail with feature and veil from dal Boutique. AIDS/PAGEBOYS: ttram, 31, Charlotte el, 31, Catherine Lynas, 30, Jessica Peters, nine, Jacob Spence, six and Isaac Spence, two.
BEST MAN: Andrew Maher, 31, from Middlesbrough. GROOMSMAN: Garrie Meadows, 33, from Middlesbrough, and Stephen Owens, 31, from Middlesbrough. THE RECEPTION: The Tall Trees Hotel for over 250 guests THE HONEYMOON: 10 nights at a five star resort in Mauritius.
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Picture by Pittaras Nikiforos PETER Smith and Stef Roberts, from Acklam, exchanged vows at St Mary's Church, Acklam.
Picture by NJM Photography LOOKING into each other eyes on their wedding day are Stephanie Smith and Lee Robson. The couple, from Stockton, were married at Hardwick Hall Hotel.
Picture by Victoria Jayne Photography AMY McConnell and Setev Oakton, from Stainton, became Mr and Mrs at St Peter and St Paul Church, Stainton.
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HAPPY DAYS: From left to right Paige Knight, Ella Louise Gray, Kai Fryett, and Harvie Canwell enjoy a drink and a snack, above, while Sara Bennison Isabella Grogan, and Liam Pope practise their reading skills, left Pictures by KATIE LUNN
FUN: Aimee Hartley
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AT THE WHEEL: Reece Huitson
IN THE PLAYGROUND: Isabella Grogan takes the wheel, top, while Ella Louise Gray has fun with a hoop, above, and Armarni Bailey has a snack, centre VARIED ACTIVITIES: Paige Knight with the rolling pin (far right), Harrison Meakin (second from right) and Trinity MacDonald (right) at play