Bugs, Beasties and Henri Rousseau

We have been looking at invertebrates. Fascinating! And it really does help moderate adult behaviour to be a role model when bugs and beasties crawl out from under the radiators! We had a group trip to RHS Wisley today. Their half term activities for children included bug making masks. And what better way to continue our work on Henri Rousseau than to do what he did - getting his inspiration from visiting the tropical Glasshouse. Wisley's summer theme is Enid Blyton's The Famous Five which looks as though it will be a lot of fun. The children were bowled over by the exuberant colours of the gardens, the scale of the plants and the enormity of the sculptures - one 7 year old exclaimed th

Anyone for tennis, Hey Ho - Hey Ho

We've started tennis lessons on a Tuesday afternoon! Brilliant fun, thanks to Jane and Martyn from the Home Park Lawn Tennis Club - one of our neighbours. We are a mixed age, mixed ability group - and even the least confident with a ball are having a great time doing tennis - and singing whilst doing it (Hey-ho, Hey-ho). Thank you to Jane and Martyn.

'Releasing the spirit of the child'

As elementary Montessori class leaders our job is to catch a child’s innate curiosity and questioning mind to invite further exploration, offer a challenge, put the child in contact with the materials in the classroom or better still encourage the child to look for their answers outside of it Or, as the owner of the Eton bookshop so eloquently said on Saturday, as we got into conversation about a possible art book I was considering for school, 'Release the spirit of the child' .

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