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What happened when Santa got stuck up the Chimney?

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When Santa got stuck up the chimney
He began to shout,
I’ll tell Mr Gove and he will explode
if you don’t let me out.
He’ll tell Ms Truss
And she will get cross
And will turn all the nurseries into schools.’
When Santa got stuck up the chimney
Aitchoo, aitchoo  aitchoo

When Santa got stuck up the chimney gove truss
He began to shout,
Ofsted will call and send you to the wall
And the DfE will change all the rules.
Play will be banned and no fun will be had
But instead we will get ready for schools.’
When Santa got stuck up the chimney
Aitchoo, aitchoo  aitchoo

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When Santa got stuck up the chimney
He began to shout,
You girls and boys won’t have any toys
If you don’t get me out
You will all get the sack
For querying the fact
That nobody knows what to do
When Santa got stuck up the chimney’
Aitchoo, aitchoo  aitchoo

 

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WE began to shout,
OK Santa Claus…stop fussing and pause
We soon will get you out
The sector is smart and we’re full of good heart
So you will have a Happy Christmas, no doubt.’
When Santa got stuck up the chimney
Aitchoo, aitchoo  aitchoo

 

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR!

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About June O'Sullivan

An inspiring speaker, author and regular commentator on Early Years, Social Business and Child Poverty, June has been instrumental in achieving a major strategic and cultural shift for the award winning London Early Years Foundation, resulting in increased profile and profitability over the past eight years. As CEO of the UK's leading childcare charity and social enterprise since 2006, June continues to break new ground in the development of LEYF's scalable social business model. She remains a tireless campaigner, looking for new ways to influence policy and make society a better place for all children and families. June is a champion of community-based, multi-generational projects and a great believer in the potential of greater social and cultural capital as a means of delivering long-term social impact. She continues to advise the Government in order to better implement their vision for Early Years. June is also a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Director of Early arts, Council Member of the Early Intervention Foundation, Chair of Paddington Farm Trust, Founding Member of the Institute for Early Years and was recently voted into the ‘NMT Power 20’ - top 3. June was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday honours in 2013, for her services to London’s children. June continues to work closely with the Government in order to better implement their vision for Early Years, to improve quality and promote a better understanding of the incredible long-term benefits of play-based Early Years education. June is a published author, with an MA in Primary & Early Childhood Studies and MBA from London South Bank University. Read June’s blog: http://www.leyf.org.uk/blog or An inspiring speaker, author and regular commentator on Early Years, Social Business and Child Poverty, June has been instrumental in achieving a major strategic and cultural shift for the award winning London Early Years Foundation, resulting in increased profile and profitability over the past eight years. As CEO of the UK's leading childcare charity and social enterprise since 2006, June continues to break new ground in the development of LEYF's scalable social business model. She remains a tireless campaigner, looking for new ways to influence policy and make society a better place for all children and families. June is a champion of community-based, multi-generational projects and a great believer in the potential of greater social and cultural capital as a means of delivering long-term social impact. She continues to advise the Government in order to better implement their vision for Early Years. June is also a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Director of Early arts, Council Member of the Early Intervention Foundation, Chair of Paddington Farm Trust, Founding Member of the Institute for Early Years and was recently voted into the ‘NMT Power 20’ - top 3. June was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday honours in 2013, for her services to London’s children. June continues to work closely with the Government in order to better implement their vision for Early Years, to improve quality and promote a better understanding of the incredible long-term benefits of play-based Early Years education. June is a published author, with an MA in Primary & Early Childhood Studies and MBA from London South Bank University. Read June’s blog: www.leyf.org.uk/blog or www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/june-osullivan-mbe/ Follow her on Twitter www.twitter.com/JuneOSullivan Follow her on Twitter www.twitter.com/JuneOSullivan
  • CT

    WOW!! Cheered me up no end ….. thank you June

  • Catriona Nason

    Ho Ho Ho!!!!

  • June O’Sullivan

    Then spread the word or even sing out loud!

  • Majella McElwee

    Love it, so funny, June you are a star, this needs to go viral!!!

  • Sandra Brouet

    Love it!

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