To celebrate Valentine’s Day, EYFS children created their own love bugs. We were so impressed with them that we made extra and hid them in all around the school.
We hope you all have a lovely day and they made you smile!
To end our topic of Chinese New Year, EYFS thought about the Chinese tradition of the wishing tree. People write down their wish on something red (a lucky colour) and then tie them to the wishing tree hoping they come true. We were so excited to discover we had our very own wishing tree in the garden!
We wrote down our wishes and put them on the tree. Wishes included holidays, for family to be happy and safe and some pets.
Everyone keep their fingers crossed they come true 🤞
This week in EYFS we started to look at the tradition of Chinese New Year. We were so impressed with the Parent Partnership homework the children completed at home and their enthusiasm and curiosity has continued at school.
We have opened up our Chinese restaurant, looked at the story of behind Chinese New Year, explored Chinese objects, created Chinese symbols and made our own lanterns while practising using scissors.
We can’t wait to find out more!
Yesterday, the children of the Foundation Stage had a fantastic time at their Christmas party. We even enjoyed a visit from two special guests.