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Children’s Learning

A very warm welcome back to all our children and families this week. It has been lovely to see the children returning to their routines in nursery and telling us all their exciting stories of Christmas time and family fun.

This week has seen a great deal of outdoor wet weather play. There has been a great deal of problem solving going on with one group of children who wanted to create a river in the garden. This involved them working together in order to decide how they could do this, discussions and problem solving about how they could make the river flow and also how they could fill it with water. They worked as a group , listening to one an other and sharing their ideas. They were able to work out that by trail and error one end had to be higher than the other end in order for the water to travel. This took them a while but they worked it out and then had great fun filling and transporting water together. It was really great to see new friendships being created and so much co operation working together.

Another lovely learning activity the children have engaged in has been learning to sew. This is so great for the children in developing fine motor skills , imagination and creativity. They have started off by using the small templates and will progress onto actual sewing when they feel confident.

 

Other News

Nursery

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May

2020


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King’s Park Primary School – Transition Information – ELC setting to P1

Information about the Transition for ELC pupils to P1 this year.

Nursery

05

May

2020


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Midlothian Council Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) to P1 Transition Statement

Please see the updated statement from Midlothian Council regarding ELC - P1 Transition

Nursery

27

Apr

2020


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This Week in Early Years.

Please see the update from King's Park Early Years Team regarding this week's Learning Grid.

Nursery

19

Apr

2020


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This Week in King’s Park Early Years

Activities for our Early Years chidlren linked to the story The Tiger Who Came for Tea