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Donations Needed๐Ÿ’™
As we transition into a 'Curiosity Approach' accredited setting in the Foundation Department, we are in search of authentic dressing up items.
Hats
Scarfs
Glasses
Bags
Ties
Waistcoats
Briefcases
Jewellery
Gloves
If you have items and are unsure whether they are suitable, please send pictures to ejohnson@sharjahenglishschool.org

Thanks in advance! We are incredibly grateful for the support of our community! ๐Ÿ’™


F2O'll Fix It!! ๐Ÿงฐ ๐Ÿ› /

Learning in the moment, F2O boys got involved with removing our cupboard doors.

What busy fingers! Fantastic fine motor skills! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿฝ

Using real tools, under 1:1 adult supervision, builds the children's fine motor skills, hand and arm strength and confidence.

Children need to feel trusted, in turn they can begin to trust themselves.

This enables them to begin to believe in themselves and see what they are truly capable of. ๐Ÿ’ซ



Donations Needed๐Ÿ’™
The Foundation Department are working towards becoming an accredited 'Curiosity Approach Setting'.
'Curiosity Approach' settings aim to provide children with a learning environment that is an extension of their home.
Therefore, we are in need of various authentic resources- household items/ furniture/loose parts/ traditional clothing items.
Please, if you are relocating or wish to re-home any of the items below, donations would be greatly appreciated!
wicker baskets
wooden stools
wooden side tables
wooden coffee tables
wooden nest of tables
coasters
plants
small artificial plants
neutral rugs
neutral cushions
tea sets
wooden toys
wooden/steel kitchen utensils
pots and pans
ornaments
vintage telephones
jewellery boxes
unusual boxes/ storage
wooden bread bin
old cameras/ mobile phones
pallets
Loose Part Ideas
Dressing Up Ideas
Thanks in advance!

The Foundation Team๐Ÿ’™




Congratulations to Ahmad Hasan, Y4G, who has his LEGO duck on display in Mirdif City Center's LEGO store. ๐Ÿฆ†
The LEGO company was originally a carpentry when they started in the 1930s. The duck model is a brick edition of the wooden toy from LEGO's initial years.
His model is approximately 50 cm in length, 13 cm in depth and 40 cm in height. The model is built with 1500 basic lego elements.
Ahmad created his own independently, from designing to construction and he completed it within the same day.