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Message from our Head of Early Years

We continue to ensure the children are comfortable, healthy and happy at school.

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They have come to the end of their second week in school this academic year and it is great to see them so engaged with their learning, developing their skills and this is because they are happy and confident. The children have learned a variety of things this week from learning about what the different sides of the brain do and building a brain hat, to building a fire station and using their communication skills.

This week, children have continued to develop positive relationships with their teacher and TAs, building the children’s sense of belonging in their new class. Their independence continues to grow ensuring they can lead some of their own learning both inside and out. They are also beginning to understand clear boundaries and this will make children feel safe in school.

You may also like to read Mr Guyler’s article on Wellbeing this week.

Next week, we will have a Virtual Parents in Partnership workshop. The focus will be on Read Write inc on Wednesday 16th September at 9am. I look forward to seeing you then.

Kay Parker-McMahon
Head of Early Years