In this Issue
Bubbles build muscles!
Discover the Creepy House – in all Surrey libraries this summer
A Giant Walking Bus and keeping safe on the roads
Father's Story Week starts on 10 June
Consultation on the proposed expansion of Brookwood Primary School
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Bubbles build muscles!
 
Did you know that practicising blowing bubbles helps to build your toddler's mouth and lip muscles, which is important when they are beginning to form words and sounds? You can use this activity to help develop their communication and language skills too. Find out how in June's activity sheet from our Why not try this at home..? series.
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Discover the Creepy House – in all Surrey libraries this summer
 

Spine-tingling exploration and hair-raising adventure are at the heart of this year’s Summer Reading Challenge in libraries. 

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A Giant Walking Bus and keeping safe on the roads
 
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On Wednesday 12 June thousands of children will march for road safety from their school gates in the annual Giant Walking Bus. This event by the road safety charity, Brake, raises awareness of the dangers of traffic and how fun it is to walk. Whether or not your child's school is taking part, you can still get advice about road safety and how to keep your family safe (from baby car seats to your teenager learning to drive) from the Brake website.

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Father's Story Week starts on 10 June
 

The Fatherhood Institute say children whose dads read regularly with them, do better at school – and fathers who value education and get involved in school life can hugely improve their children's life chances. With Father's Story Week just around the corner, why not find out more and celebrate the power of dad's reading with their children?

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Consultation on the proposed expansion of Brookwood Primary School

There are proposals to permanently expand Brookwood Primary School from one form of entry (210 pupils) to two forms of entry (420 pupils). The School Organisation Consultation closes on 28 June. You can also go to a public meeting at the school on 12 June to talk through the proposal. This document has all the details. If you have any questions email Kieran Holliday at schoolorg@surreycc.gov.uk

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