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Message from our Head of Early Years

The children have had another busy week at Dąbrowskiego.

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The children in Year 1 and Reception were excited to start their Read, Write Inc lessons. Thank you to all those that attended our Read, Write Inc workshop on Wednesday. In Early Years, I have been watching the children play, and they have been engrossed in what they are doing. In Nursery and Pre-Nursery, the children have continued the ‘All about me’ topic. Some have looked in the mirror and drawn pictures of themselves. The children in Reception are continuing to lead their own learning and develop their role play areas. This week an aeroplane has been planned and made. The children thought about all the things they need on the aeroplane and have started to make the resources.

Read Mr Guyler’s blog to find out how the Year 1 children celebrated their identity by wearing national dress.

Our next virtual workshop will be on 1st October at 9:30am on Outdoor Learning.

Kind regards,

Kay Parker-McMahon
Head of Dabrowskiego