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EYFS Weekly Updates 01/03/2019 from Ms. Julie Walton

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The Early Years’ had a special STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) Week with a real focus on the Science and Technology aspects. All the children were immersed in activities. F3 did a variety of activities linked to gravity, static electricity, levitation, space, marbling, changing state, talking apps and light technology. F1 and F2 looked at magnetism, light, changing state, making rainbows, weather and chemical reactions.

 

On Tuesday the F3 children got to visit the real science labs in the secondary building. They wore goggles and watched some chemical reactions and got to use the static electricity ball. On Thursday, all the Early Years’ students were involved in a special Science assembly where the Head of Science shared some of her most exciting experiments with them all.

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As children ourselves, we will remember asking questions such as “why don’t snails have legs?” and “where has the ice gone?” Science helps us to explain all these things. It makes children more aware of the world around them. They learn a lot more by ‘doing’ rather than by just ‘watching’. When you give them time to ask questions, explore and inquire about their learning they learn to develop problem-solving, processing, research and communication skills. Children are born curious and we should nurture and encourage this. Asking questions is important and being able to solve a problem and persevere to find the answer is something that will help them as they grow up and go out into the world.

 

Albert Einstein says it all with this quote…

The important thing is to not stop questioning.

Curiosity has its own reason for existing.

 

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Don’t stop the learning when you take your children home. Please remember at home you have lots of opportunities to encourage your children with their scientific learning through cooking, technology, weather awareness, observing the world around them and by caring for living things such as a pet or mini-beasts outside.

Miss Julie Walton

Head of Early Years