Come and take a walk with us through the EY1 garden during active learning time. Can you guess which story we have been enjoying this week?
Here are some of the many wonderful things we have been doing at school this half term. We have really enjoyed our parents coming in to play with us. We made great Lego models and learnt how to draw lions. We also made fantastic dragons for Chinese New Year and had delicious Chinese snacks. Thank you to all the parents for coming in we can’t wait for more visits after the holiday! Please also enjoy the photos of us enjoying our time at school……
Wow, what a wonderful half term the Elephant Class have had. We have been so busy exploring in our classroom and our garden and there has been a tremendous amount of learning all around us. We have been very busy with various exciting events… We made lemonade for the Charity Fair, Taubberg’s and Bright’s Mummy came in to school teach us all about photobooths, Ms Leanne has been teaching us ‘Massage in Schools’ AND we even raced in the Fun Run! Wow! Well done for always trying your best Elephants. Ms Kate, Ms Nook and Ms Nuklai are very proud of all of your achievements this half term.
It was wonderful having so many parents come and learn with us this half term. Thank you for all your exciting activities.
The EY1 children had great fun celebrating Chinese New Year. All the children were dressed in chinese costumes and even had a go at eating yummy noodles with chopsticks!
Wow, EY1 had a very special treat today…
Their EY1 Teachers and TAs performed the story of ‘The Gingerbread Man’ for them in the garden. The children had so much fun watching the Gingerbread Man being chased around the garden and they especially loved chanting along with him ‘Run, run, as fast as you can, you can’t catch me, I’m the Gingerbread Man!’.
It was lovely to see the children taking on their own character roles from the story in their Active Learning time and retelling the story with their friends.
Well done EY1!
The Giraffes have had a fantastic half-term. They have developed lots of new skills and are sharing and selecting activities without adult support. Well done Giraffes!