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Message from Our Head of Early Years

Outdoor learning has been proven to have so many benefits for young children's learning and general well-being and the enjoyment was clear to see as you moved around the school grounds. In Pre- Nursery, Nursery, Reception and Year 1 the children have spent as much of their day outside as possible building dens, partaking in scavenger hunts and creating an ‘Art attack’.  It has been fantastic to see so many of the children engaged in their learning, building strong relationships with their friends and having so much fun! 

This week LEAP clubs started for Reception and Year 1 children. It has been great to see so many of the children engaging in extra-curricular activities.

Year 1 spotted something that had crash landed in the playground. This was captured on the CCTV footage. They have investigated and the search continues.

On Tuesday 10th November we will celebrate Independence Day. If your child would like to wear red and white to celebrate please let them do so.

Kay Parker-McMahon
Head of Early Years

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