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Reception had the most AMAZING time at Knowsley Safari Park. We saw lots of different animals and were lucky enough to see the tigers and the wolves (which we were told are very good at hiding and do not usually … Continue reading
Most adults can quickly and effortlessly recall as many as 100,000 regularly used words when prompted.
We have now started our new unit of Animals and really looking forward to our trip to Knowsley Safari Park on Wednesday. This week we will be learning about different animals and writing the facts that we learn. Our reading … Continue reading
‘Each time you have a new thought or memory, a new brain connection is made between two or more brain cells.’
For our first week exploring pirates and treasure we have been reading ‘The Pirates Next Door’ written by Jonny Duddle. The children have been looking at what pirates look like and what they wear. Listen to the book by watching … Continue reading
‘Your brain is 73% water. It takes only 2% dehydration to affect your attention, memory and other cognitive skills, so keep hydrated!’
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’