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Message from the Head of Early Years

This week we held our second virtual parent workshop this academic year.

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Thank you to all those who attended. I hope you enjoyed the session and that it gave you some ideas for what you can do at home. The children always enjoy learning in our outside area no matter what the weather is, and it develops young people’s health and wellbeing and personal development.

In Year 1, the children have continued to investigate clothes and different materials. They have enjoyed experimenting to find out what material is waterproof. In Nursery and Pre-Nursery, the children have been listening to traditional tales and we even had a wolf in the playground trying to blow down the little pigs' house.

On Friday 9th October we ask the children to wear yellow to raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing in young people. Our next workshop is on Writing Progression in Early Years on November 24th at 9:30am.


I hope you have a restful weekend.

Kay Parker McMahon

Head of Early Years