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Animal Rescuers Topic informations for parents

Our next International Early Years Curriculum (IEYC) unit of learning will be Animal Rescuers through which children will be exploring the theme of ‘Wildlife and habitats around the world’.

 

Each Learning Block will provide new learning experiences.

In Learning Block 1, we’ll be:

Growing our own jungle

Following animal footprints

Making animal masks and costumes

Learning to share with a crocodile!

 

In Learning Block 2, we’ll be:

Going on a safari

Exploring animal patterns

Discovering some African fruit

Teaching a giraffe how to dance

 

In Learning Block 3, we’ll be:

Building an igloo

Finding out why polar bears are white

Helping animals stay afloat

Exploring friendship with the help of a penguin

 

In Learning Block 4, we’ll be:

Making patterns with sand

Looking after a camel

Making desert snakes

Helping animals to feel at home

 

Our learning will help us to develop the IEYC Personal Goals of:

Adaptability

Communication

Cooperation

Enquiry

Morality

Resilience

Respect

Thoughtfulness

 

Our learning will also help to develop the IEYC International Dimension as children will learn about:

The similarities and differences between children’s lives

Learning and playing with others beyond their immediate friendship group

Applying the IEYC Personal Goals in various contexts

 

In an environment that enables them to:

Develop knowledge and an increasing understanding beyond that related to their own nationality and identity

 

As always, we would like to form a ‘learning-link’ partnership with you, in this way we can work together to help your child learn in the best possible way.

Please help by capturing your child’s curiosity; this means keeping your child’s teacher

informed about what he/she is most interested in during this IEYC unit of learning and

finding out what he/she would like to learn more about. This helps us to plan relevant

learning experiences that will appeal to your child’s curiosity. You can do this by writing a note to your child's teacher in their reading diaries or completing a 'Wow moment' which are available from Reception staff.

 

We hope this IEYC unit of learning will help your child learn new knowledge, increase their understanding and develop new skills that they can demonstrate to you.

 

 

We look forward to forming a successful learning-link partnership with you so that we can

support your child’s learning together!

 

To find out more about the IEYC, please visit: www.greatlearning.com/ieyc

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