Arthurlie Family Centre

February 8, 2016
by Mrs Liddell

Chinese New Year

The children were involved in celebrating Chinese New Year. They were learning to repeat Kung Hey Fat Choy, which is Chinese for Happy New Year. The children were able to be involved in many activities associated with Chinese New Year … Continue reading

February 3, 2016
by Sheena Rainey

Music and Dance

The children enjoyed their session with Liz Murray.   The session helped them develop fine and gross motor skills, they were using scarves balls and ribbons through dance and music.    liz brought her friends Jim and Jimbo so there were lots of volunteers … Continue reading

February 1, 2016
by Mrs Silvester

Exploring Chinese New Year Resources

  The children have been exploring the Chinese New Year resources in the playroom.  Some children watched a team of performers demonstrating a dragon dance on the smartboard.  They then used a dragon costume and joined others in their own … Continue reading

September 23, 2015
by Sheena Rainey

Woodland Wonders

Enjoying the hammock. Looking for Tinkerbell. Story time Transient Art, Friends having fun at the Woods.   We found this fungi on the way to the woods. Mrs Rainey picked it up using paper to show us.  We had a … Continue reading

September 16, 2015
by Mrs Rodridguez

Grow it, cook it, eat it.

After the children collected the carrots from the garden that had been planted they peeled, washed and chopped some for snack. They thought some tasted like ‘apple juice’ and ‘carrot smoothies’ and afterwards  a couple said ‘I feel like a … Continue reading

September 9, 2015
by Sheena Rainey

Parental participation at Woodland Wonders

We had a great response to our parents in the Woods days.  Both parents and children enjoyed the experience, the weather was kind to us which made such a difference.   All our pre School children have had the opportunity to visit … Continue reading

January 29, 2015
by Sheena Rainey

Woodland Wonders in Winter

The children had a fantastic day in the snow.  Were all exhausted on return to Nursery with red rosy cheeks and a sense of achievement,while working so hard as a team in the snow. 

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