We continue to welcome new children and families who started this week.
Our children have been involved in a wide range of learning experiences. This includes understanding seasonal changes by taking part in an Autumn Walk trip. Our huge thanks to all our parent volunteers that made it possible for so many of our children patriciate.
Our children are beginning to explore different cultures relating to our focus on Black History Season. They did by learning how to cook fried plantain on the outdoor fire pit. This rich learning experience also supported children in developing their in observational skills. A small group of children also attended the Half Moon Theatre to watch Grandad Anansi, a story about a child and her Grandad who play games as they work together in the garden whilst they tell each other Anansi folktales.
We would like to welcome and encourage families to come in and share as well as celebrate your cultural heritage. If you would like to contribute please see your child’s keyworker who will schedule you in a time slot to take part. We have also had some children further developing their curiosity about volcanoes and others developing their sense of pattern and counting. We wish you all a very happy and safe weekend.
Please note that the school will be holding a parent workshop on Applying to Primary Schools on Thursday 13th October at 9.15 – 10am. A zoom link will be sent out on Monday 10th October.
Wishing you all a very happy and safe weekend.