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Wrap Around Care

 

We provide wrap around care for children in our Early Years 2-5 setting, this includes 2 Year play and learn, Nursery and Reception. Whilst in childcare we reflect what children have been learning in school through play based activities.

 

Danielle will be working closely with staff in school to ensure there is cohesive learning throughout the school and into the childcare setting. Danielle has taken over the responsibilities of working with wrap around children while Sharon is on maternity leave from 29th October 2018.

For wrap around key children we are working with nursery and reception, to help the children working towards their next steps in learning. 

 

Please feel free to look at our photographs to see what we have been up to recently. 

Planting and Growing (RR Article 29)

This half term we are looking at growth and change. The children showed an interest in wanting to plant some of their own seeds to look after and help grow. During this activity we talked about what the seeds will need to grow, the children came up with lots of different ideas. Together, we decided the seeds needed soil, water and the sunshine to grow into healthy plants, the children have loved looking after the seeds, making sure they have plenty of water and that they are in the sunlight. 

Getting Physical (RR Article 28)

We have had so much fun out and about the school grounds and practising our climbing skills on the timber trail. Some of the children found it a little bit daunting to jump off the end of the timber trail but with the support and encouragement of the staff they gave it a good go and made us all so proud. They were even brave enough to make their way up to the highest step on the climbing frame. Well Done Everyone!

Today we have been for a walk to the Library! We were super sensible, holding an adults hand the whole way, stopping and listening carefully for cars on the road and we were very excited to explore! We enjoyed seeing all of the different vehicles that were driving past us on the road, especially the "big lorries". When we got to the library we were lucky enough to have a lady sit and sing some different songs and rhymes with us, so we sang "Row, row row your boat" and "The Wheels on the Bus", trying to join in with the singing and actions! We then explored all of the different books and had lots of fun listening to Abby and Danielle read lots of stories! We will definitely be visiting again soon! 
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