Month: August 2020

Science Week

We have been celebrating Science Week this week! Thank you to all the children for conducting science experiments. We were so excited to see all the different ways the children explored the role science and maths plays in our everyday lives. Children set up science experiments, wrote procedural texts, created observational diaries, graphed and charted …

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What happens in your brain when you get curious? – A story reaffirming the image of the child

Reflecting on a complex and challenging semester has provided us with an opportunity to rediscover our strongly held value of seeing children as capable and curious co-creators of theories and knowledge. Working from this image of the child we ventured into the unknown with open minds and hearts. This is our story of remote learning.  …

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Week 5 Learning Reflection

Dear parents/carers, This week, among many other things we have pondered whether Herbie and Violet are going to get caught, considered how we describe and categorise different materials, observed and drawn objects from the natural world, continued developing our increasingly detailed autobiographies and thought deeply about chance. Here are a sprinkling of reflections from Week …

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