The Learning Journey
The Learning Journey
Up & Coming 2017
St Patrick's Day Celebration
Start of Spring term
Just the Facts
A Wonderful Year
We had a year full of great P.E. classes that finished last Thursday with super fun competitions.
Thank you to all for coming to watch the children’s performance of ‘Swimmy’. We hope you all enjoyed it as much as the children loved presenting it to you. We all wish you a wonderful summer and lots of good wishes to the families who are moving on.
First, we made a Jack O'Lantern
Spring in the Zoo
This week the Nursery group talked about spring animals. We read the book ‘I Love Bugs’, and we used puppets to act the story ‘The Very Lazy Ladybug’. The children made awesome ladybugs.
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Coming up with ideas on how to turn versus into pictures was fun for the F2 group. The following illustrations depict the famous ‘Mary Had a Little Lamb’ song Enjoy!!
Our trip to the Botanical Garden had a bit of a rainy start but we still wanted to see some beautiful and interesting plants and so off to the garden we went. There we saw lots of gorgeous plants and heard a great deal of intriguing facts about them.
The three big Rs
Learning about the three big Rs ( Reduce, Reuse, Recycle ) Foundation children found out that you can make some super cool toys just by using things that you would otherwise throw away
Foundation children dedicated the whole week to the celebration of the Earth Day. We talked about our precious planet and all the things we can do to preserve it . We learned that planet Earth gives us all the things we couldn't live without and that is why we should take great care of it.
Happy Easter everyone!
Whenever a new holiday is approaching F2 children become very busy. Easter is no exception. There is so much to do, so many things to make and our creative little fingers can’t help but get cracking.
„It is spring again. The earth is like a child that knows poems by heart,“said the poet once and we thought – just the kind of a child we like to play with! We weren't wrong. Everywhere you look there are things to explore and marvel at – flowers growing,