Last week in EY3 we inquired further into “How the World Works” with a combination of classroom and remote learning. The children continued to be inspired by the natural world, through various art and science focused learning engagements. We have been collecting their wonderings as questions to guide our inquiries going forward. These engagements have provided a wealth of opportunities to develop a range of thinking and communication skills as the children sharpen their observation skills, generate questions, and record their ideas by drawing, writing, and speaking so that they can share with others. The dramatic play centre has also been one of our most popular areas at centre time, currently set up as a veterinary clinic with plenty of invitations for transdisciplinary learning.
EY3 students did some reflecting last week, in preparation for our upcoming parent-teacher conferences. The children are growing as agents of their own learning journeys as they articulate their strengths as learners and community members, as well as their goals going forward. These will be discussed at parent-teacher conferences next week, and we encourage any parents who have not yet signed up to do so as soon as possible.
Bunjie celebrated her birthday at school last week! We wish her a happy birthday, and thank her family for the yummy cupcakes.
Monday March 7th & Wednesday March 9th – Parent-Teacher Conferences with Ms. Risa
Tuesday March 8th & Thursday March 10th – Parent- Teacher Conferences with Ms. Izabella
*Conferences will take place via Zoom, please see the sign-up sheet for the link to join
Wednesday April 6th – Chakri Day; school and office closed
Monday April 11th – Friday April 15th – Songkran Break, no school