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EYFS Weekly Updates 05/04/2019 from Ms. Julie Walton

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Entering the final few weeks before the Easter holidays, all of the children have been completing their IEYC units of work with celebrations.

F2 had a fabulous Bug Ball party and made costumes and food to share. Over the term, they learnt about the different attributes of the mini-beasts from their colour, pattern, shape amount of legs or antennae, to where they live and what they like to eat. They had a special frog that visited the classroom and they got to do some real-life observations of him before returning him to the lake. F3 made some fancy rocket food with skewers and fruit for an alien party in space. These first hand experiences are essential for the children and provide unforgettable memories. F1 will continue their Toy Shop topic next term so you can look forward to hearing about that in Term 3.


Over the week, all the children have been busy preparing for their International Week and special performances. It is such an important time for the children to learn about different countries all around the world. The teachers have been looking at maps with the children and have taught them a little bit about some of the iconic landmarks, the people that live in these countries and their traditions.

They look forward to sharing even more about their countries next week and invite you all to share food with them and an international performance on Wednesday 10th April.

Miss Julie Walton

Head of Early Years