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Pupils at Busy Bees Day Nursery in Southwell took part National Handwriting Day




Youngsters enjoyed practising their writing skills as part of a national initiative.

Children at Busy Bees Day Nursery in Southwell took part in a series of activities to mark National Handwriting Day.

In the preschool class, all the children were given cards featuring their photograph that they could take out to practise writing their name on.

National Handwriting Day at Busy Beest Nursery, Allenby Road, Southwell. Pictured L>R - Lydia Haigh, 4, Eve Elliott, 3. 230120JT1-6. (27451733)
National Handwriting Day at Busy Beest Nursery, Allenby Road, Southwell. Pictured L>R - Lydia Haigh, 4, Eve Elliott, 3. 230120JT1-6. (27451733)

Preschool senior nursery nurse Sarah Herbert said the children enjoyed being able to practice their handwriting to mark the occasion.

“Those with longer or more complicated names were given some help,” she added.

National Handwriting Day is a national initiative, designed to encourage people to take the time to appreciate the traditions of writing.

They can do this by writing a journal or a letter, for example, instead of using technology.

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