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17th February 2017

Our Learning Journey

This week the children have enjoyed provisions linked to their UN Day country, Australia. We enjoyed aboriginal painting, researching animals and role playing in the airplane.

UN Day was a huge success. We are very proud of all the Nursery children for taking part. Thank you to all the parents for your help and support.

Mandarin

Nursery have started to learn the topic “Clean Little Hands” this week. They learned to say words such as “wash hands”, “dirty” and “water”. They also learned to use the sentence pattern “wo hui 我会” to make the sentence “I can wash my hands”. 

Physical Education

In PE this week, the children have been focusing on how far they can throw a ball. They have been developing the correct techniques to throw the ball further. In swimming, the children have been practising on their backs and enjoyed jumping into the deep end of the pool to build water confidence.

Music

In Music this week, your children have practised Do, Re, Mi,  from The Sound Of Music, and played a C major scale with pitched bells as well as singing. They have also kept practising to be able to play a simple melody as an ensemble using the pitched bells.

Continuing Our Learning Journey at Home

Please take an ‘extreme reading’ photo and email it to your class teacher in preparation for Book Week.

Our theme is going to be Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It would be a nice idea to read or share the film version with the children over the holiday.

 

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