The world of minibeasts is fascinating and fills the imagination with awe and wonder.
Increasing movement to improve brain function and increase concentration, whilst strengthening balance and motor skills.
Gratitude is the heart’s memory. Thank you very much.
As I write this article, I am very aware this is my last piece of writing as Head of Early Years at SPW.
From the Principal – Christopher Prance
I am excited to announce that the new Head of Early Years at St Peter’s Woodlands Grammar School is Ms Sarah Noell.
National Reconciliation Week was celebrated from the 27 May to the 3 June.
As part of our Unit of Inquiry ‘A Healthy Me’ the children have been learning about making healthy choices with everyday foods.
We’re excited to reveal the plans for our new nature play space.
During Term One the Year 2 children researched the ways people negatively affect water and brainstormed possible solutions for appropriately caring for our waterways.
From the Head of Early Years – Gemma D’Angelo
The journey of a child’s development can be exciting and at times stressful.
The SPW Early Learning Centre is using Seesaw for the first time this year.