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EYFS & Primary Weekly Update (07/09 - 11/09)

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AN ENGAGING CURRICULUM

The Primary curriculum at BVIS is designed to develop our children’s academic understanding so that they can access a more complex curriculum as they progress up the school and into the Secondary phase of their education at 11+. However, as you discovered in our article about student leadership last week, our curriculum covers much more than that. Next week our Extra-Curricular program starts, and we are already preparing for our MIT Moon Festival celebrations and an ‘In – School’ trips week. However, if the children fail to engage with the program, they will not make developmental progress in any of these areas. Fortunately, our talented and dedicated staff have the capacity to deliver relevant and exciting lessons every day.

This week, as part of their topic on transport, the children in Year EYFS had tremendous fun getting damp in the sunshine, while washing a clean car! This taught them about collaboration and challenges while developing their co-ordination and motor skills.

Some of our Year 5 students prepared a dance video, coordinating their moves to a song about ambition, ‘Reach for the stars’. Again, teamwork and coordination were the key skill areas of development here.

So much has happened in each of the Year Groups over the course of the week, so please take time to check your class blogs and children’s individual portfolios for more information.

For more information, please visit ClassDojo.

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