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KG Reopening

School News June 08, 2020
KG Reopening

On Thursday 21st May we welcomed back our youngest children to Wycombe Abbey School, Changzhou.  It was a fantastic day, with lots of smiles as parents waved their children off as they walked in to school.

It was wonderful to see so many happy faces, not only the children but the teachers as well.  The children were reunited with their teachers and friends and a fun filled day was had by all.

The children were greeted by their teachers and school nurses and were seen happily skipping and dancing in to school.

The children had their morning KG checks and learnt a song about washing their hands, where you can see our KG1 children practising the best way to do so.

The day was a huge success and all children went home smiling and sharing the wonderful activities they had been doing.

Now Kindergarten is back in full swing the children have been enjoying the teaching and learning taking place.  With the glorious weather the children have been able to experience our outside areas and undertake nature walks and used the iPad to take pictures of things they spot in the environment.

Our ECA programme is back up and running and the children have been learning new Yoga moves and different dance skills; reading and sharing stories and completing activities based upon these.  They have also been building some wonderful towers and making fantastic creations in construction.

We are still in contact with our children who have not been able to return and class teachers are video calling them and hearing all the wonderful things they have been up too.

Here are some lovely examples of on-line communication between Ms. Len and Hanna in Octopus class and Ms. Raquel and Kevin and mummy in Angelfish Class.

Over the last 3 months the children in Kindergarten have been enjoying some optional learning from their homes, where they have learnt about a variety of things which were carefully planned and prepared by their teachers.  The children enjoyed sharing their learning by sending in photographs and examples of their work to their class teachers.

The children and staff are looking forwards to a fun filled term ahead.