Science Week

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We kicked off National Science Week today with some fantastic experiments, explorative (and messy) play and lots of fun! I think we have some budding scientists here at Kintore Way.…
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Reading Time!

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Goldilocks and the three bears are waiting for the children this morning! The children absolutely love this classic tale and the environment just immerses them into the story even more.
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A Bear Hunt

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We’re going on a bear hunt! The children loved acting out the story, showing great compassion for the bear at the end. “I think he’s sad” “The bear is crying”…
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Gingerbread Man

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This term we really loved reading the Gingerbread Man. “Horsey, cow, fox, they want to catch him!” “Run, run as fast as you can, you can’t catch me, I’m the…
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Transient Art

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Transient Art – an ideal opportunity to represent and record mathematical ideas! Transient art or loose parts play is the creative experience of placing open- ended resources together on a…
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Investigating worms

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Children were really inquisitive when investigating worms. Outdoor learning plays such an important role in every childs education journey. Here are a few quotes from the children whilst they conducted…
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Windrush 2022

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The children have been learning about HMS Windrush. The children have been really interested in boats. We made a collaborative model of HMS Windrush and one child made their own…
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Queens Jubilee Party

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Thank you to everyone who came to our Jubilee Party. We wanted to create memories of Queen Elizabeth’s #PlatinumJubilee for our young children. We dressed up, danced, sang ‘They’re Changing…
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Working with Colour

Children loved experimenting with watercolours and painted some family portraits. They also made up some stories and acted them out. They also made pictures out of coloured thread. They used…
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