Benjamin Bunny turns 40

News Jun 04, 2009 Flamborough Review

Children of all ages turned out to celebrate at the recent 40th Anniversary Open House for Benjamin Bunny Nursery School.

Some 75 people – including students, parents and staff from the present and the past – enjoyed refreshments, activities and a stroll down memory lane at the May 14 event.

Benjamin Bunny was launched in 1968 as an outreach project of St. James United Church, with the goal of providing a nursery school for the community. Today, Benjamin Bunny offers a full nursery school and a specialized junior kindergarten (JK) program for children, which is available to families as an alternative to public school. According to Shelley Scott, who is on the Benjamin Bunny board of directors, the nursery school offers smaller groups with a ratio of one teacher per eight students and teaches children through play, with activities to help their social and emotional development. Approximately 60 children attend Benjamin Bunny.

Benjamin Bunny turns 40

News Jun 04, 2009 Flamborough Review

Children of all ages turned out to celebrate at the recent 40th Anniversary Open House for Benjamin Bunny Nursery School.

Some 75 people – including students, parents and staff from the present and the past – enjoyed refreshments, activities and a stroll down memory lane at the May 14 event.

Benjamin Bunny was launched in 1968 as an outreach project of St. James United Church, with the goal of providing a nursery school for the community. Today, Benjamin Bunny offers a full nursery school and a specialized junior kindergarten (JK) program for children, which is available to families as an alternative to public school. According to Shelley Scott, who is on the Benjamin Bunny board of directors, the nursery school offers smaller groups with a ratio of one teacher per eight students and teaches children through play, with activities to help their social and emotional development. Approximately 60 children attend Benjamin Bunny.

Benjamin Bunny turns 40

News Jun 04, 2009 Flamborough Review

Children of all ages turned out to celebrate at the recent 40th Anniversary Open House for Benjamin Bunny Nursery School.

Some 75 people – including students, parents and staff from the present and the past – enjoyed refreshments, activities and a stroll down memory lane at the May 14 event.

Benjamin Bunny was launched in 1968 as an outreach project of St. James United Church, with the goal of providing a nursery school for the community. Today, Benjamin Bunny offers a full nursery school and a specialized junior kindergarten (JK) program for children, which is available to families as an alternative to public school. According to Shelley Scott, who is on the Benjamin Bunny board of directors, the nursery school offers smaller groups with a ratio of one teacher per eight students and teaches children through play, with activities to help their social and emotional development. Approximately 60 children attend Benjamin Bunny.