Welcome to Honeybees!
Buzzing along to bee the best...
Dear Parents and Carers,
Now that the new term has started and the children are settled. Do you find yourself with some free time? Well come and play with us! If you have a morning, afternoon or even an hour free and would like to come and help in the Honeybees please speak to Mrs Clarke and collect a DBS form from the office. Any help would be greatly appreciated this may involve playing games with the children to build turn taking skills, painting, woodwork, name writing- anything that you feel comfortable doing!
Any questions please speak to Mrs Clarke
We will be developing our construction and small world area to include loose parts. This is where the children use real objects to create garages, jungles, roads, rockets etc using different objects rather than a ready made plastic toy. This really helps develop children's communication and language skills as they have to speak to their friends and plan what they are going to make. It also develops their imagination and problem solving skills :)
Please can we have any:
wooden curtain circles
interesting bits of logs from your garden
tubes- wooden, cardboard or plastic
leaves, pine cones, rocks and stones, corks or old cds
any glass beads, buttons or bottle tops
bangles and small mirrors that are no longer used or wanted
old wooden crates
Have a lovely half term!
Things to practice with your child if you wish over the half term:
Don't forget to add photos, drawings or notes to the Wow Books about your half term adventures!
Thanks- Mrs Clarke
If yes?! Then please comment! We would love to hear from you! In addition if you have any suggestions for Honeybees Class about what your child is interested in at the moment please let us know so we can plan more activities following their interests : ) Thank you.
PE is Wednesday mornings
Honeybees Park Picnic- TBA
Dear Parents and Carers,
For you information Forest School was due to start on Monday 16th September however the gentlemen leading our sessions has suffered a serious back injury. Therefore Forest School is postponed until the Spring Term while he heals. During this time we will continue to strive in offering the Honeybees a variety of outdoor learning opportunities.
The children have been 'exploring elephants' during the first week of School.
We have been very busy bees already and have been exploring our inside and outside classroom, painting, dressing up, building walls and have started drawing pictures of ourselves too!
We will try and update the website every Friday! Have a lovely weekend!
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