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Message from Our Head of Early Years

On Tuesday, the children and teachers at Dabrowskiego enjoyed dressing up in red and white to celebrate Independence Day.

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In Nursery the children had a great time learning Polish dances and making crafts.

In Year 1, the children have continued to learn about Beegu and have used their imagination to create a planet for Beegu to live on using balloons, papier mache and paint. The children showed great concentration covering their balloon and enjoyed getting a little messy. There were some great discussions about what may be on the planet.

On Friday 20th November we will celebrate UNICEF World Children’s Day and children can wear blue to school.

I hope you have a restful weekend and I would like to thank you for your continued support during this challenging time.

Kay Parker-McMahon
Head of Early Years