20/01 to 24/01

“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller.

Dear Parents,

“What an amazing time we had”- A statement we heard yesterday from every child, teacher, parent volunteer and ‘chechi’. Their way of expressing it was varied but it all summed up to this one statement. The field trip was a success was visible on all their happy faces, we hope to do a few more shortly.

Educational field trips are significant for Pre-schoolers in several ways. A trip offers diverse learning opportunities, allows children to get an authentic experience that is essential to children’s self-confidence. Taking part in these trips play an important role to grow physically, emotionally, and intellectually. Not only that, but field trips also contribute greatly to develop a sense of enjoyment. Therefore, making an educational field trip for Early Years as part of our curriculum is a good idea to enhance their knowledge as well as developing physical and mental health. To be more precise, children can gain a better perspective of the world around them by going on field trips simply because they experience new situations and observe different things through their eyes.

Upcoming Dates to add to your Calendar

Class Photo- 29th January- Please ensure that your child does not miss school on this date. Dress code for the day is:-

Red Top and Blue Bottom

Saturday 1st February- Second Parent Teacher Meeting- Scheduled timing will be shared shortly. Please do let us know if you cannot make it on Saturday we will reschedule your meeting for a convenient date/time.

FEW PICTURES OF THE PAST WEEK

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PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT

Menu for 27th Jan to 31st Jan ‘2020

 MONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAY
LUNCHAppam Egg Curry  Idli Chutney SambharChappathi Potato CurryVeg Biryani RaithaThali Meals
  DESSERTPayassumFruit SaladCut FruitsCut FruitsPayasum
EVENING SNACKSVeg SandwichVadaJam sandwichVeg PakodaVeg Cutlet

Thanks and regards,

Team PK1