A Kidderminster nursery has held a celebration ‘leavers’ party for children in their Red Ladybird class who say goodbye to nursery and head off to start ‘big school’ this September. Little Trinity Nursery manager Gaynor Carter said: “We held a Leavers Party for children leaving us and starting school in September the first time last year and the response from nursery parents was so amazingly positive that we’ve decided to make it a regular event in the nursery school calendar.” Based within the grounds of Holy Trinity School and Sixth Form Centre on the Birmingham Road, the fun started with a celebration assembly with proud parents and staff members cheering the children as they received their leavers certificates, before processing to the nursery’s outside play and activity area and tucking into a huge Red Ladybird celebration cake and picnic. Following the picnic the children and their parents headed indoors to enjoy Magic Russ and Dave the Wonder Dog Show, with the rest of the day spent having fun and choosing between role-playing activities in the construction site, mud kitchen, water and sand play and craft activities. Miss Carter added: “A busy and fun day with forty children and parents able to attend as our special guests. “Many of the children have been at Little Trinity since they were 2-years old, and some more recently, but they and their parents will all be missed. We send them off with our best wishes, and we hope, many happy memories.” The nursery celebration cake was cut up for the children to take home together with a present for each child from the nursery.