Welcome back everyone!Our first week back has been action packed; full of sun, sea and sand art! Hopefully, the children told you all about our trip to Bournemouth Beach this week. The children were fantastic and have learnt so much already.
Class 1 thoroughly enjoyed stepping back through time at the Russell Coates Museum Yesterday. They learnt about what people wore to the beach in the Victorian Era and how swimming costumes have changed through time. After this, they studied a range of artefacts including parasols, wooden spades, penny licks and postcards. Following this, the children ate their fish and chip lunch and then had a play on the beach.
This year our theme for arts week is ‘Nature’, where we will be creating lots of colourful and creative pieces to display at the Priory. This is a great opportunity for children to experience the arts through a range of fun activities that will involve craft, painting, music, dance and drama. If you would like to get involved or help out during the week, please get in touch with the office.
Theme: Shabbat – Is Shabbat important to Jewish children?
Your child will be learning to:
- Empathise with Jewish children by understanding what they do during Shabbat and why it is important to them.
- Start to talk about and / or explain some of the things that Jewish people do to celebrate Shabbat.
- Understand why Jewish people celebrate Shabbat.