December 12, 2018

To celebrate our end of term, Mary, from Out to Learn Willow, came in to show us how to make our own willow star decorations to take home for the Christmas celebrations.  Our group ranges in age from 5 1/2 years to 9 years.  It took some perseverance and concentrated w...

December 3, 2018

Continuing from exploring lines, Swapnal, one of our volunteers, has been helping a small group explore form and texture in art.  This has led to some highly focused work using lots of different materials and ways of working with them to produce pieces that the childre...

November 20, 2018

The girls wanted to do some research together - they alighted on the subject of sausages, food being very close to their hearts!  This became an exploration involving history (what were sausages made from in Victorian times);  preparing a 'going out' to question the lo...

October 29, 2018

Hardly! 

But the children have been studying the use of lines in art, finding out some more about the artists and exploring with their own work.

October 16, 2018

With talk beginning of what's going to appear on Christmas present lists, Christmas ordering forms and  chocolate santas appearing in supermarkets, it is most definitely a good time to be thinking and doing something for others, not focusing on ourselves! 

The chil...

October 8, 2018

Some of the children have really taken to working with the circuit material.  So, the Happy Birthday tune has made us all jump on occassion, the buzzer has woken us up and the fan has caused endless amazement.  No more.  It was inevitable.  The fan flew.  Down the back...

September 17, 2018

Our group have been exploring circles - in nature, in the environment and with the geometry cabinet.  Following on from the exploration of the parts of a circle, some of the children have been experimenting to find a general rule for calculating the circumference.

September 4, 2018

Are emojis a step forwards in how we communicate or are we reverting back to beyond the language of the ancient Egyptians? 

This was the question posed in an article by Julia R Deathridge of the Petrie museum in London.  It was a great starting point for debate at the b...

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The Mystery of the Egyptian Amulet

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