Ready, Steady, Go! Early Years topic launch
Ready, Steady, Go! is this term’s new topic, launched at the beginning of January by Early Years teacher, Megan Stack.
Similarly to Primary School, Early Years stage had its own topic launch at the start of the month. Early Years students will be learning about the different ways that we can move around—whether it be different types of transport or movement with our bodies and the effects it has on us.
Students will be enjoying reading stories about transport, movement and journeys to gain more understanding around each area and enjoy exploring these within their structured activities and topic areas. They will be going on adventures to different places, around the School, within their imagination and bringing the adventures to the classroom. Moreover, they will also be investigating how things move by creating their own vehicles.
On the first day of the topic launch, students Natalie and Aurelia engaged in the task involving planning a trip abroad. Aunty Bear wrote a letter to the girls asking them to go and visit her in Switzerland. Each student decided which transport to use to visit her, made a passport, bought a ticket using money and packed a bag of clothes. Everyone enjoyed dressing Bear (and themselves!) in different outfits and deciding which would be the most appropriate for cold weather.
Early Years Provision and Enabling Environments
Thess types of activities are part of an Enabling Environment that Treloar’s staff provide to all the students in order to support them in learning and developing. This includes extensive specialist provisions, facilities and classrooms that stimulate learning. The changing needs of the students mean that staff adapt the environment when necessary.
To find out more about Treloar’s Early Years Provision, go to this page.