Nursery 2 had such a fun day out at Les Quingles for their first ever excursion.
The children enjoyed decorating their own t shirts, playing games and visiting the animals.
We would like to say a huge thank you to the older boys from 3rd of Eso for coming along to help. What great helpers you were!
Stories are a great way to introduce new words and concepts to children. They are also a great way to teach children different concepts such as: size, shapes, colours, numbers etc.
Nursery 3 are learning all about ´The Very Hungry Caterpillar´ this term.
Through this story the children will learn a range of things from the names and colours of different fruits to learning about the world around them.
With the aid of props, the story book and the help of teachers, the children were able to act out the story for themselves. Take a look!
Nursery 1 have been playing with spaghetti as part of a sensory play activity.
This is a great way to engage all of their senses simultaneously.
The children loved this activity!
The children in Foundation 4 / 5 have discovered lots of things about patterns on their environment over the last few weeks. This video demonstrates what they have learnt!!!
We hope you enjoy it!
As part of our recent project on transport, the children in Foundation 4 & 5 reflected on how they would like to come to school. As we explained in our Welcome Meetings, this year we’re implementing Project Based Learning in Foundation Stage and this video gives you a taste of what it involves. We hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
All the projects respond to questions made by the children themselves. This time, for example, their inquiries were about the means of transport they use to come to school. This led them on a journey of discovery in which they explored, investigated and finally applied their knowledge to invent their own means of transport. Who knows? Maybe we have encouraged the curiosity of some future engineers and designers!
As Benjamin Franklin once said, “Failure to prepare, is preparing to fail”.
That is why every morning, Mrs Sarah and Mrs Louise begin their day with some morning exercises, helping prepare the bodies and minds of the children for the educational activities of the day ahead.
This blog has been designed to share your child’s adventures in class and outside the school, when they explore the world.
Have a look at the menus and check your child’s timetable if you need it, visit the School Education Blog by clicking the link on the menu or go to the school webpage for further information.
We hope you enjoy it!