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Family Fun Day in Early Years

What a fantastic morning at Family Fun day. Everyone participated in the variety of activities available, such as face painting, hook the smiley face, tin can alley, croquet, squeezing fresh...

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This Week in Early Years

This week in Nursery the Swans have had outdoor learning week. They have been exploring the Forest Schools area and completing activities such as clay hedgehogs, leaf wands, planting...

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This week in Early Years

This week in Nursery it has been interactive book week. The Swans have been looking at a variety of authors and illustrations from different books. They have been learning...

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Stave House Training

Last week, staff from South Lee experienced a very educational and enjoyable training session with Ruth Travers from Stave House, an internationally renowned programme introducing children to the world of reading music....

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Last week in Early Years

Last week in the Early Years we were very lucky to have tadpoles in each classroom that we were able to access throughout the day. The children were very keen to observe...

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This Week in Early Years

This week the Cygnets and Fledglings have been planting a variety of different seeds including flowers and vegetables. They have been looking at pictures of different flowers and finding...

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This Week in Early Years

During the two PD days our Early Years staff have all gained their Paediatric First Aid Level 3 qualifications. We hope everyone had a lovely Easter. It’s fantastic to have...

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This Week in Early Years

This week the Early Years have been very busy celebrating Easter. The arrival of the Easter Bunny caused a great deal of excitement! The children worked collaboratively to search...

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This week in Early Years

This week in Nursery the Swans have been talking about the life cycle of a caterpillar to a butterfly. They have been watching the caterpillars in their classrooms grow...

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