Reception

15Mar

Trip to Papercraft

On Wednesday 13th (Reception Flame Tree) and Thursday 14th March (Reception Baobab) went on a trip to Papercraft. It was so much fun taking the bus to get there – we got to chat to our friends, sing songs, and look at the world as we passed by. But even more fun things awaited us when we arrived… At Papercraft we found out about the process of making recycled papers. We saw how used papers are mixed with water, then blended...

04Mar

Reception Class With Uganda National Athletics Team

This morning, Reception class had a chance to interact with Uganda national athletics team. The children participated in different track and field sports like sprints, cross country run (around the field), long jump, shot put, javelin and discus throw.  It was such a great and energy busting moment. #jtg-6670 .item .jtg-social a { color: #ffffff }#jtg-6670 .item .caption { background-color: #ffffff; }#jtg-6670 .item .figc { color: #ffffff; font-size: 14px; }#jtg-6670 .item .figc h2.jtg-title { font-size: 16px; }#jtg-6670 .item {...

07Feb

Chinese New Year in Reception

This week Reception celebrated Chinese New Year with a visit from He Han and Zhixuan’s mums. They came to help us understand what Chinese New Year is all about and help us with a Chinese dragon craft activity – lots of fun! The visit started with He Han’s mum telling us the history of Chinese New Year. It was very interesting to hear about the monster and the fact it was scared of the colour red, now we know that’s why...

01Feb

Open Morning

On Thursday 31st January, it was Open Morning at Ambrosoli – a chance for parents, relatives, and anyone interested to come along to school and see what kind of learning we get up to. In Reception we were very happy to see that the majority of children had a parent come along to spend some time with us, some children even had both their parents come along! The parents who spent time with us in Reception got to see a variety...

30Jan

Reception’s Sponsored Circuit

In Ambrosoli we believe that teaching children to give in charity creates true empathy to those who are less fortunate. They learn that they can make a big difference in the lives of other in need.  When they donate willingly they learn to become responsible and respectable adults and this will give them a bigger sense of purpose. Last Thursday, Reception class had a sponsored circuit to raise money for CORSU charity foundation. The children raced against each other for as...