WeCAN EIP Newsletters | Issues

Issue: 2019 Term 2

A day of fun in my school!

Monday, 29 April 2019 17:28

It's the first term of the school  year! This term, the children learnt so many things about their school, how they travel to school, and the people they see in school. The term ended with a day of fun and exciting activities right here in school - a place familiar to all of us. Let's take a closer look at what we did!

Let's go on a bear hunt!

Tuesday, 30 April 2019 14:27

“We are going on a bear hunt, we’re going to catch a big one!”

This term we have been reading and doing activities related to the book “We’re going on a bear hunt” by Michael Rosen. All the activities done during the outing were linked to the book. Prior to the outing, we have been learning the different actions that we can do when we ‘go through’ the different landscapes read about in the book. We’ve also done activities such as making bear puppets and masks, sequencing of the events in the book, as well as playing treasure hunt games around the classroom.

My Community

Wednesday, 08 May 2019 14:17

Children learn in a variety of settings, and their early years are fundamental in learning essential skills that will prepare them for life. The theme for this term is Community and the children will learn about the following in a safe and structured environment:

Parents Communication Night

Wednesday, 08 May 2019 14:20

“Hidden curriculum is the set of unwritten rules – assumptions and expectations, that is, that everyone knows without being taught. And everyone means, everyone but people with autism who have difficulty learning implicitly.”  

– Brenda Smith Myles

We are all members of the society that we live in.  In this society, social rules are abound across schools, homes and various communities that we may be a part of. These social rules are further compounded by culture, age, gender, religion and even the languages that we speak. We are all expected to be able to identify these rules through observation, and to follow them. The failure to do so may have negative impact on us.