Superhero day helps put a big smile on the faces of children at Elm School Nursery

Superhero day at Elm School Nursery. Photo: Rob Morris.

Superhero day at Elm School Nursery. Photo: Rob Morris.


Children at Elm School Nursery became their favourite caped crusaders to help celebrate National Smile Month.

Youngsters at the nursery on Main Road were treated to a visit from Cambridgeshire Community Dental Health’s oral heath educator, Sylvia Low on Monday June 13, who spoke to children and staff about the importance of healthy eating.

To get in the spirit of the month, children at the pre-school donned their favourite fancy dress, including superheroes and fairytale characters.

Rachel Lynn, who helped organise the visit, said: “The children had a very fun and informative session dressed as their favourite fancy dress characters.”

Elm School Nursery currently has sessions available starting in September 2016. For more information, contact Elm School office on 01945 860295.

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