Hitchin nursery waves goodbye to 2020 class as they make step up to school

PUBLISHED: 15:55 18 August 2020 | UPDATED: 15:55 18 August 2020

Pictures from Hitchin day nursery Kinders Mill's graduation day party. Picture: Supplied

Pictures from Hitchin day nursery Kinders Mill's graduation day party. Picture: Supplied

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A Hitchin day nursery has marked the end of their year with a slight tweak to their usual graduation celebrations.

Pictures from Hitchin day nursery Kinders Mill's graduation day party. Picture: SuppliedPictures from Hitchin day nursery Kinders Mill's graduation day party. Picture: Supplied

Of course, 2020 has been a year of great change for many of us – and that’s no different for Kinders Mill Day Nursery in Grove Road, where the children celebrated their final days before taking the step up to school in September.

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Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Kinders Mill couldn’t invite friends or family to their party, but that didn’t stop the kids from having a blast.

They made and decorated their own caps, enjoyed a tea party and classic party games, and were wowed by one member of staff’s brilliant balloon frames.

Kinders Mill Day Nursery in Hitchin held a send off party for their latest graduation class. Picture: SuppliedKinders Mill Day Nursery in Hitchin held a send off party for their latest graduation class. Picture: Supplied

Sarah Mitchell, nursery manager, said, “It’s wonderful to celebrate such a special time and ensure that the children who are moving onto school get a fantastic send off.

“We wish all our graduates luck with their next school chapter. They have all been a pleasure and will be missed dearly.”


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