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Reading aloud to children helps stimulate brain development, which is why it is so important to read regularly with them.
Your brain keeps on growing until you are about 20 years old. By then the brain has made lots of links which it no longer needs so it is able to shed any unwanted connections and still have billions of brain … Continue reading
The children use the IPC learning process in every unit across the school. It provides a structure to ensure that all children’s learning experiences are engaging and meticulous.
Twice a term we will be sharing an interesting fact about the brain and how it works. Did you know that… ‘There are one hundred billion neurons in the brain’
Our role play area has changed again and is now an igloo! We have been dressing up in warm clothes and thinking about what animals we might see from the igloo. We have also been discussing how people who live … Continue reading
The children wrote a letter to their Mums and Dads. We then walked to the post office to buy stamps to put on the envelopes and then posted them in the post box. It was lots of fun! http://blog.sssj.bolton.sch.uk/reception/wp-content/uploads/sites/20/2016/12/Post_Office_Walk_480p.mp4 Source: … Continue reading
Mums and Dads came into school to learn about Diwali and we made diva pots together. Source: Reception Blog