One of the children in pre-school has an egg allergy but we didn’t want them to miss out on some baking so we made egg free banana muffins for snack which everyone could enjoy
We spent a week talking about the different jobs people do and what jobs the children might like to do when they grow up.
To engage with the elderly folk in our local community the older children have each been allocated a ‘Pen pal’ with whom they have been exchanging letters and cards throughout the year. There has been much excitement every time a letter drops through the letter box at pre-school for one of the children.
Everyone waits outside the Pre-school until it’s time for the session to start. Each child has their own named peg for their coats. They also have a ‘flower’ with their name on which they ‘plant’ in a numbered pot in the playroom as a means of self-registration A typical morning session is generally given over…
To celebrate Easter all the children made themselves a bunny from a paper cup. These were filled with a small Easter treat to take home
At Christmas the children and their parents were invited to take part in a socially distanced treasure hunt around the local park. The children found their treasure in a grotto in the front garden of the pre-school and all went home with a book and a home-made gingerbread man