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Message from the Head of Early Years

This week we have welcomed more children back to school both at Dabrowskiego and at Limanowskiego.

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It is great to hear and see the children back in the school. They bounce back into school every morning and have shown such enthusiasm for learning.

This week in Nursery, the children enjoyed a virtual trip to the theatre, the classes in school made their own props afterwards to follow on from the play. In Reception, the children started a new topic 'Ocean Treasures', and have had lots of fun learning about sea creatures. In Year 1, the children have been learning about the time. They investigated what they could do in a minute and what a minute feels like when they do different activities. On Monday, they enjoyed listening to their teachers performing a song for Children’s Day.

​Next week I will send out the school declaration form on Monday and it will close on Tuesday at midday, this is due to the public holiday on Thursday and Friday.

I hope you have and enjoyable weekend.

Kay Parker-McMahon

Head of Early Years