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EYFS Weekly Updates 12/04/2019 from Ms. Julie Walton

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As we come to the end of Term 2, I have been reflecting how quickly this term has flown by. I looked back on some of our Term 1 photos and can see how the children are really maturing and developing their independence in all the activities they do throughout the day. The International Performance that happened on Wednesday is a perfect example of this. Most of the children now walked on to the stage with confidence. They showed character and flare in their dances and movements and we could all see their personalities really shining through. As parents, you should be proud of these achievements as overcoming nerves and performing on a stage in front of a large audience is no easy feat. The teachers helped the children prepare for this event not only by practicing and rehearsing the songs and dances but also by talking about their feelings. We read books about feelings of nerves and worry and how to overcome these feelings, to be brave on the day.

 

One of the books we looked at as an Early Years Department was ‘Take a Deep Breath’ by Sue Graves. This books shows children how to cope with difficult situations such as falling over in the playground and performing on a stage.

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For the performance the children dressed up and sung songs from several different countries and a continent including; Africa, United Kingdom, India, Spain, China and France. It was a fantastic turn out for the parents and everyone stayed to enjoy the international food at the end. The children loved the singing so much they kept wanting to go back on the stage.

 

In the classrooms over the week the children were immersed in rich learning opportunities such as an English tea party with cucumber sandwiches, making juice with grapes, visiting speakers and a Holi party for the dolls.

Let me take this opportunity to wish you all a fantastic Easter holiday. We look forward to seeing all the children back at school on Thursday 2nd May.

Miss Julie Walton

Head of Early Years