Transition to School

Thank you to those who came to the session on moving on to school.

We are glad that you found it useful and thank you for your feedback which will help us plan our programme.

About transition to school…

“Confident in understanding the process.”

“Very confident – looking forward to primary school.”

“Feel Glenwood has well prepared my daughter.”

“Very confident with the process – hoping our son settles quickly.”

What matters to your child…


“Lunchtime, playing, seeing my brother and having a good time.”

“Squashing worries about homework.”

“Who his teacher will be.”

What matters to you…

“Smooth transition. Enjoyable, fun learning experience.”

“That my child is ready and independent enough to enjoy school.”

“School to understand my child’s needs.”

“That he is happy and feeling confident and secure about the move.”


The link to the presentation is below and if you have any further questions, please ask.

Moving On to School


We are having a picnic!

We love to have pretend picnics in the quiet room… so we decided to have a real one! We wrote invitations to invite our friends and we had lots of preparations to do. 

We made bunting to decorate the room.

We planned our menu. Once we decided what we wanted to eat we made shopping lists and will be visiting the shops to purchase what we need.

      We can’t wait to have our picnic!

We’re Going on a Bear Hunt

We love to hear stories and we have been listening to one of our favourites read to us by the author. Michael Rosen is the author of “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” and we can join in with the actions as he reads this story.

We loved this story so much we decided to make props and puppets to retell it. We made a big bear puppet and some long swishy grass.

I wonder what else we will need to make to tell this story?

Chinese New Year

We have enjoyed some Chinese food for snack this week as part of our celebrations for the Chinese New Year.

“I don’t like the noodles but I like the rice.” Naomi.

“It’s good and yummy.” Marnie.

“I don’t like the stir fry. My daddy likes stir fry.” Euan.

“Lovely. I want some more. It’s delicious. I don’t like the corn.” Matthew.


We design and create all sorts of models in the construction area. Recently we have been making enclosures for animals and ourselves!

As we play we use measuring skills.

We work with others and develop our problem solving skills.

We develop our mark making skills as we plan what we are going to construct. 


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