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Song and Dance for official opening of new £4.3 million nursery

Published Friday 16 June 2017

Tower View Nursery opening plaque

Children, staff and parents are joined by Councillor Chris Cunningham, new City Convener for Education, Skills & Early Years to celebrate the official opening of the new nursery.

The children and staff couldn't wait to show off their new nursery and have been busy practising and perfecting the songs they sang at this special event in front of their parents, council staff and invited guests for the last few days.

The doors to this bright, state-of-the-art purpose built nursery welcomed the children from the former Kincardine Nursery and Garthamlock Family Learning Centre at the beginning of the new term in January.

Tower View Nursery opening kids

In addition to the new open plan learning environments, children and staff have already benefited from the outdoor covered play decks allowing them to play outside regardless of the inclement and the unpredictable Glasgow climate.

Councillor Chris Cunningham, City Convener for Education, Skills & Early Years and who performed the official unveiling of the plaque said: "This was my first official opening in my new role as education convener and I was delighted to tour the nursery, meet the children and staff in their new home and see all the great facilities."

Marion McIntosh, Tower View Nursery Headteacher said: "We love our new building and it has been lovely to witness families and staff from the two nurseries coming together under one roof and getting along so well.

Published Friday 16 June 2017

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