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Bob the Builder’s creator to visit Pudsey school

The designer of hit children’s television series Bob the Builder will be the guest of honour at Fulneck School’s Pre-School’s grand opening.

Curtis Jobling is the creator of many of the nation’s best-loved animated shows and he will be on hand to declare the newly refurbished pre-school officially open, before spending time entertaining the children.

The pre-school will officially open on Wednesday, November 28.

Fulneck School Principal Paul Taylor, said:

“We are really looking forward to welcoming parents and their children to the Grand Opening so they can see our wonderfully refurbished pre-school for themselves, as well as having the chance to meet Curtis.

“Our pre-school is in the centre of the overall school site and offers a warm and secure environment in which each child has the freedom to develop their abilities and potential.

“We have a strong commitment to child-centred learning and take the nurturing of our children’s confidence, self-esteem, curiosity and creativity very seriously, in a fun and exciting way.”

The event runs from 9.30am to 10.30am with refreshments provided, and is open to all parents, friends and children.

Book your place on 0113 257 0235.


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