The Learning Journey
The Learning Journey
Up & Coming 2017
Easter Egg Hunt
St Patrick's Day Celebration
Chinese New Year
Just the Facts
This week the Nursery children were busy making lovely cards and book markers for our Mummies and Daddies. In our circle time we started a new activity ‘Who is at school today?’ The children need to say who is at school and put his or her photo in the ‘school’.
Little penguins and red hearts
This week the Nursery children started with the Valentine’s theme.We made a lot of red and pink hearts in different sizes.
‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ :)
This week the Nursery children looked at some interesting animals who live in the snow. We made some cute polar bears and penguins and then we tried to walk as little penguins. On Monday we enjoyed our last day in the snow. Some children made a snowman and some children made snow angels.
Busy snow week in Foundation
The Nursery children learnt a new song ‘Chubby Little Snowman’ and had fun acting it out at music time. This week we continued with our “Winter” theme and looked at a lot of warm winter clothes. In the circle time we talked about the colours of our hats and scarves.
Chartwell Pre School helped out in the Kids Corner At the International Women’s Club (IWC) Charity Bazaar. A wonderful and busy day was had, meeting and playing with lots of lovely children.
Santa came! :)
The F1 children chose and glued pictures of toys they would like on their Christmas stocking.
Hello from Nursery and Foundation
This week we were all busy with preparations for the seasonal celebrations and our end of the year Carols by Candlelight.
Hello from Foundation Welcome to Mano and little Rangga who have joined our school. Happy Thanksgivings to Chase, Graham and Hannah.
News from Foundation
The Nursery children had fun while learning the ‘Incy Wincy Spider’ rhyme. They made cheeky black spiders with colourful legs!
Lovely autumn leaves
Making lovely autumn leaves painting. The Nursery children had an interesting hands on way of learning the colour ‘yellow’ – they looked at real yellow bananas and then made ‘cornflower bananas’ on paper.