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It's officially Spring!

The weather is getting better and it is the start of school trip season.

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 I joined the Reception classes on their 'community walk' today as they took part in some real life experiences based on their 'Shopping' topic. The children visited the Chemist, Post Office, Bakery and the Fruit and Veg stall and learned about the role of the shop keeper, how to purchase goods and receive change. I'm sure Mummies and Daddies will be more than happy to let the little ones lead on the grocery shopping from now on to further the learning that takes place in school!

I look forward to joining Year one next week as they venture to Powsin gardens in order to support their new IPC topic this term, 'Flowers and Insects.' 

 

 

Tamaryn Morris-Chybowska

 Head of Early Years