Want to know more about the body’s GPS system ? (proprioception)

Proprioception

Exploring mini beasts and tree climbing – its what the outdoors is for

Exploring Outdoors

The Pyramid of Learning

Are you interested to find out how having secure sensory building blocks in place leads to competent, capable, deep thinking learners? Take a look at the pyramid. Start at the bottom and work up.

Think of your child – do they have gaps in their sensory development? If so movement is most likely to be the key to filling the gaps in the foundations

Pyramid – Sept 2018

Want to know about the Sense of Movement and Skill of Balance

Vestibular development Sept 2018 leaflet

September Newsletter

Autumn 1 newsletter 2018

Welcome to our new arrivals at Windsor

We would like to introduce you to the latest addition to our Windsor family. Here are our two guinea pigs. We hope they will be very happy with us.

We know how important having pets is to everyone’s well-being and they provide so many learning opportunities. When we have had ducklings and chicks we have all shared in and loved the experience but have been sad to say goodbye to them, so we decided to get some pets we could keep. Why not pop in and meet them!

We are taking a vote to name them. Please sign up to vote for your favourite names on reception. We will let you know very soon what they will be called.

Take a look at our review of the year 2017-2018

Review of year 2017-18

The Outdoors at Windsor

Our outdoor environment is so important for the children’s learning – we thought we should show it on the website.

The richness of the variety of natural environment – the trees, shrubs, flowers, natural habitats, the different levels, the range of natural surfaces provide a challenging, engaging, open ended satisfying world to be in.

Windsor – an oasis in Parkfields

Exploring down the Lane

Today was full of discoveries – from the stripy caterpillars, the beetles, the butterflies, the guinea fowl, the chickens, the pony and of course the horse called Misty

The children have loved being explorers and of course – making their own fire with sticks in the fire pit to make hot chocolate

Thanks for leading all our adventures Sharon

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