Today, the Bear Cubs have been creating faces using the interactive board, moulding play-dough and cutting and sticking. All of these have enabled them to learn and revise how to say, read and write the different parts of the body.

They have also been painting beautiful watercolour pictures of farm animals and learning to identify sounds to help them spell simple CVC words - Well done Bear Cubs!!


Aujourd’hui le groupe des marmottes a travaillé sur la manière d’exprimer ses goûts. Ces aliments qu’on aime, qu’on aime bien, qu’on adore... et ceux que l’on n’aime pas, voir que l’on déteste!! Les petites marmottes de La Garenne sont bien gourmandes car on a pu remarquer beaucoup de friandises dans la case j’adore!

Pauline, our French teacher for the younger students!

Pauline, our French teacher for the younger students!


The ‘Lions’ have been using their navigational and problem solving skills to follow directions and answer clues in a treasure hunt, entitled ‘The Mummies’ Curse’. They learnt about the Egyptians in their English lessons, through oral discussion, videos, comprehension and listening activities. This is a super example of how languages can be taught through different topics and subjects to increase interest.

The Lions watching a video about Ancient Egypt and answer comprehension style questions along the way!

The Lions watching a video about Ancient Egypt and answer comprehension style questions along the way!

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