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Another busy couple of weeks in EYFS!

Base 1 have been learning all about Ghana, linking to our class story 'The Ghanaian Goldilocks'. We have made flags, patterns using coloured matchsticks, and practised weaving as we learnt Kente cloth is made by weaving in a loom.

Little wrens have been learning all about bees! They learnt about pollination using wotsits, made bees using play dough, created hives by printing with bubble wrap and created their own bees using oil pastilles.

Please enjoy a few photos from our time in provision!

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