In Pre-Primary Blue, we love to learn through play. It’s a great way for us to learn how to:investigate the world that God has created develop our social and emotional skills build on our confidence think critically solve problems perform experiments to test our theories and hypotheses and much more!
We also think Mrs Brookes makes a terrific bee keeper!Read More
Last week we took delivery of a load of sand to replenish the sandpit in the Early Childhood area.
It was so nice to see the way that the students pitched in to help Mr van der Kooij spread all the sand around. They drew on their vast amounts of sandpit experience to get it in just the right place.
The children have also created a landscaped car track and some mini-worlds, which you can…
In Pre-Primary Red we love to learn and play.
Joseph Chilton Pearce, who wrote a lot about child development, once said, “Play is the only way the highest intelligence of humankind can unfold.”
George Bernard Shaw, who was playwright, said, “We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”
While there is no one definition of play, there are a number of agreed…
The past few months have been a very busy and exciting time in the Early Childhood area at the Wilson Campus. We have seen huge transformations in the development of our indoor and outdoor learning environments.
The children have shown immense excitement at exploring the outdoor area, showing fantastic creativity and mature development of their role-play activities. The grassed area has been a fantastic open space, allowing for expansive running and…