The children were so ex-ice-ted to explore our garden today as Jack Frost had been to visit! The children noticed that Jack Frost had blown all over the garden and everything was covered in a “fluffy” layer of “crunchy” white ice. One of the children noticed that some of our flowers, leaves and conkers were “trapped” in a thick layer of ice. Another child mentioned that they had watched “Ice Age” at the weekend and the conker looked just like the acorn from the film. The children suggested we make our own Ice Age World for our dinosaurs. We had lots of fun making an icy dinosaur world and the children chatted about how much fun our dinosaurs would have playing in the ice.
Today the Monday group had their final Forest School experience. We talked about what our favourite things were over the past couple of months in the forest. The children said:
”Hot chocolate with marshmallows”
”Jumping in the muddy puddles”
”Swinging on the rope swing”
”Looking at the leaves”
It has been such a wonderful experience for the children and for Fiona and I as we have watched how the children have developed greater levels of independence, confidence and resilience.
We all celebrated round the fire with some friends and a hot sausage sandwich – delicious!
If you’re looking for flexible employment that fits round family life,
then work as a Home Care re-ablement worker in East Renfrewshire could be for you.
Home care workers are the heart of our community, supporting residents to remain at home and to live as independently as possible.
If you are caring, empathetic, patient, dedicated and conscientious, then we want to hear from you.
As well as flexible working options to fit around family life, we also offer excellent training, admirable terms and conditions including pension benefits, enhanced hourly rates for unsociable hours and development opportunities.
Please call us on 0141 800 7182 and ask to speak to a Home Care manager,who will be happy to discuss the opportunities we have to offer.We look forward to your call.