The building work is progressing very well and consideration is now being given to the internal features and finishes. Hedgehogs have a clear view of building site from their windows, and can retell each day's events in details!
Many of our children have been investigating houses from the past, and in Rabbits Class there is a map of Eaton Bray, depicting three-dimensional buildings, made from collage materials, and "nets" of shapes.
Squirrels have been investigating Aboriginal Art, from the past, that will contrast with modern Australian art work, next half term. They have designed and made didgeridoos, which will explain the strange music emerging from the room, as well as the reason for the upturned tables. (Table legs make superb props for didgeridoo cylinders!)
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Mother's Day cards and treats are being made throughout the School, and children are proving very adept at keeping secrets! There's a wide range of treats, including cakes, lavender bags and pots of spring bulbs.
HALF TERM: w/c 18th February