Monthly Archives: October 2016

Rainbows Trip to Medicover Hospital

An apple a day, keeps the doctor away… is what children from Rainbows were told when they went to Medicover Hospital as part of their learning about the body.

This trip was a great opportunity for them to find out more about how doctors and nurses help us to keep our body healthy. The children had […]

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Story Teller with George Leca

Children in Early Explorers love horses and are always keen to find out more about these beautiful animals. Thus, they welcomed George Leca, who runs the Horse Eye Programme, to tell them more about these animals. They were really impressed by a story about a mustang called Shy Boy and learnt that horses can teach […]

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Story Teller with Alan Cornish

Alan Cornish, long term friend of Acorns and Head of Primary at International British School of Bucharest read his daughter’s favourite book – Winnie’s Perfect Pets.Early Explorers loved the story of Winnie and her cat Wilbur and joined in with the magic words Abracadabra! Alan also told us news of the children from Acorns who […]

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Early Explorers Visited Equestria

Early Explorers went on a trip to Equestria where our recent story teller George Leca showed them around the stables, they met the horses, found out each one’s name and fed them carrots!  They were told about the equipment used for keeping the horses clean and healthy and asked a lot of questions. It was […]

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Early Explorers Trip to Metropolitan Hospital

To celebrate World Vision Day, Early Explorers went to visit Metropolitan Hospital. After learning in the nursery how important it is to look after their eyes, this trip was a great opportunity to find out how they can do it in simple ways and to have an eye test done, at the end. It was […]

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Multicultural Week

We are all different, but really the same – is the message behind Multicultural Week and this year we focused on discovering how light is celebrated around the world. Guests from different countries came to talk to the children: Liran Dagan explained the meaning of Hannukah.

Vijay Krishnan told them about Diwali, Jebii Neagu showed photos […]

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Count Your Buttons Day

We celebrated Count your Buttons Day for the first time; it was a great opportunity for all our children to count and sort buttons, to talk about colour, their shape and to be creative.

Baby Acorns made spaghetti buttons cupcakes, Rainbows created their own buttons tree by sticking them on as leaves, Shiny Stars had a […]

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World Food Day

Is a tasty, fun and nutritious day in the nursery when children can touch, taste and smell healthy food! The children enjoyed every moment of this day by smelling, tasting, eating healthy food and developing new skills like cooking, painting with fruits and vegetables and cutting them for a special salad.

School Years also had a […]

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World Animal Day

It was a great day when the children had the chance to talk about their favourite animal, to share with others what it likes to eat, about what kind of care they need. It was a fun day when children brought their favourite animal toy from home, and some of them even brought their pets […]

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10 ways in which caring for a pet can benefit your child

Your child will be very happy to have a pet. Although their happiness is most important for you, every decision related to your child must be considered carefully.

Do you think that a pet can be a threat for both your child’s health and his psycho – emotional development? You will be amazed to see in […]

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