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Message from our Head of Early Years

Happy New Year. I hope you all had a restful holiday.

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It has been a busy and exciting first week back at school. On Tuesday, the Early Years team had training from Jan Dubiel, who is a specialist in Early Childhood Education in the UK.  On Wednesday, he then spent time in the classrooms seeing how the children learn and was impressed by their confidence and interactions in the classroom with their peers and teachers.

The children have enjoyed seeing each other again and learning together. In Reception, they have enjoyed the launch of their new topic ‘Once Up a Time’. They have been learning all about characters from stories and thinking about what their own characters may look like and how they may behave. It was great to see the Year 1 children “All Dressed Up” on Wednesday. They thoroughly enjoyed the catwalk in the afternoon and have also been thinking about what clothes look like in the past.

I hope you have an enjoyable weekend.

Kay Parker-McMahon
Head of Early Years